120Hz games are now available PS5 Players using compatible displays. Playing the game at 120 Hz makes the gameplay smoother and the controls more responsive. Many competitive gamers like it for games like Call of Duty, Apex Legends, Fortnite, and Destiny 2. However, it’s not always clear if the game is running at 120 Hz. FPS or 60 FPS. Thankfully, there is a way to check the refresh rate output by the PS5. Here’s how to check if your PS5 is running at 120Hz:
Is PS5 operating at 120Hz?
To find out if the PS5 is running at 120Hz, the user can:
- First, enable the 120Hz output.
- To do this[設定]>[画面とビデオ]>[ビデオ出力]>[120Hz出力を有効にする]of[自動]Change to.
- Set “Performance Mode” as the priority of the game.
- [設定]>[保存日]When[ゲーム/アプリの設定]Go to[ゲームプリセット]>[パフォーマンスモード]or[解像度モード]of[パフォーマンスモード]Change to.
- Next, launch a 120Hz compatible game.
- Free-to-play options include Call of Duty: Warzone, Apex Legends, and Fortnite.
- Go to game settings and enable 120Hz mode.
- 120 Hz mode is often[ビデオ]or[グラフィックス]Available on the Settings tab.
- Make sure your PS5 is running at 120Hz.
- [設定]>[画面とビデオ]>[ビデオ出力]>[ビデオ出力情報]Go to to see the PS5’s current output resolution and refresh rate. next,[解像度]Read the line,[120Hz]Look for.
- Some TVs also show the current frame rate of the content you are watching. For the display method, refer to the TV manual.
If you’re having trouble getting your PS5 to work at 120Hz, make sure you’re using a compatible display. HDMI 2.1 is required for 4K 120Hz support, but some HDMI 2.0 devices will also display 120Hz content, but at a lower resolution.
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