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    Default Gain 3% -5% of FPS with your Nvidia GPU using this simple trick

    The PC Master Race who dropped into the popular community Reddit sharing a little trick which all users based on an Nvidia GeForce with GeForce Experience software installed, will increase the number of frames per second while gaming. This user discovered that disabling the "Nvidia Streaming" Windows service (which starts automatically and starts each time the computer is turned on) is able to increase the frame rate by 3-5 percent. How to do it:
    1. Press the Windows + R key,
    2. type "msconfig" and accept.
    3. Go to the "Services" tab, look for the "NVIDIA Streamer Service" service,
    4. uncheck the "tick" on your left and apply.
    5. Restart the computer and magically, you can play with greater FPS.

    Another way to do it:

    1. Open a command prompt. (Run a command prompt as Administrator in Windows vista/7/8)
    2. Copy bold red command line and Paste.
    sc stop "NvStreamSvc"
    sc config "NvStreamSvc" start= disabled


    How to delete this service.
    sc delete "NvStreamSvc"


    Done.!
    Close the command prompt.

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    Default Re: Gain 3% -5% of FPS with your Nvidia GPU using this simple trick

    im running the nvidia driver helper service, but not the "NvStreamSvc"
    i actually think i have never seen this newly mentioned "stream svc" before?
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    Default Re: Gain 3% -5% of FPS with your Nvidia GPU using this simple trick

    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    im running the nvidia driver helper service, but not the "NvStreamSvc"
    i actually think i have never seen this newly mentioned "stream svc" before?
    I'm also check my laptop configuration and there is no this service running, but I have an Nvida Quadro, I think that's only applied for Gforce GPUs and Nvidia Experience software installed (not sure), I can't access my PC for now (PC is in Peru and I'm in Chille), to verify that. Lets wait and see if any other forum user could verify this trick.

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    Default Re: Gain 3% -5% of FPS with your Nvidia GPU using this simple trick

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    The PC Master Race who dropped into the popular community Reddit sharing a little trick which all users based on an Nvidia GeForce with GeForce Experience software installed, will increase the number of frames per second while gaming. This user discovered that disabling the "Nvidia Streaming" Windows service (which starts automatically and starts each time the computer is turned on) is able to increase the frame rate by 3-5 percent. How to do it:
    1. Press the Windows + R key,
    2. type "msconfig" and accept.
    3. Go to the "Services" tab, look for the "NVIDIA Streamer Service" service,
    4. uncheck the "tick" on your left and apply.
    5. Restart the computer and magically, you can play with greater FPS.

    Another way to do it:

    1. Open a command prompt. (Run a command prompt as Administrator in Windows vista/7/8)
    2. Copy bold red command line and Paste.
    sc stop "NvStreamSvc"
    sc config "NvStreamSvc" start= disabled


    How to delete this service.
    sc delete "NvStreamSvc"


    Done.!
    Close the command prompt.
    i saw that Nvidia Streaming Service in my "Services" what does it actually do? Does it have something to do with Shadow Play?
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    Default Re: Gain 3% -5% of FPS with your Nvidia GPU using this simple trick

    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    i saw that Nvidia Streaming Service in my "Services" what does it actually do? Does it have something to do with Shadow Play?
    I don't think "nvstreamsvc.exe" has anything to do with Shadow Play, the best answer found on internet:
    This file is the main executable for the NVIDIA Streamer Service. As described here GeForce Experience Beneficial or Major Security Flaw? this service is used for creating HAVOC with any integrated firewall. This service was included for the NEW Nvidia Shield Handheld Devices to work in unison with PC. Also this service checks for internet connection every 0.2 of a second as well as checking for SHIELD devices itself. If not necessary, this service should be disabled in Services (even if you set this service to manual it still creates havoc and auto-starts).
    What is nvstreamsvc.exe ? | System Explorer

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    Default Re: Gain 3% -5% of FPS with your Nvidia GPU using this simple trick

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    I don't think "nvstreamsvc.exe" has anything to do with Shadow Play, the best answer found on internet:
    What is nvstreamsvc.exe ? | System Explorer
    waiting to see someone try this first. dont wanna mess up anything.
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