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Hi, The frames per second with Call of duty 4 ( already altered my CoD4 config and set it to maxfps=999 ) ( and many other games ) seem to be capped at 60 fps. Does anyone know of a way to turn the fps limit off ?

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I'd set the resolution higher and you will gain more from that than high FPS on low resolution. Don't think vista has a limiter, though.
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Disable Vsync. In CoD4 it should be called "sync every frame". I'd recommend leaving it on to avoid image tearing though.
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