Forza Motorsport 6: Apex runs smoother with multiple GPUs on the same Windows 10 PC
Windows 10 users that run the latest inside version of the operating system will be able to test out a new beta version of Forza Motorsport 6: Apex for free. However, it is good to know that the game is currently under development, which means that it contains a long list of well-known issues. This is the second update that Forza Motorsport 6: Apex receives in just two weeks, which means that it comes with more improvements to its stability and performance.
The first update that Forza Motorsport 6: Apex received for Windows 10 was released with fixes for a lot of issues regarding the game’s stability and performance reported by the players.
This new update that was released yesterday focuses more on drivers and support for multiple GPUs on a computer. According to its changelog, the new update contains a fix for the issue that prevented the game from detecting multiple GPUs. In other words, if you have more than one GPU on your computer, once you update the game, you will notice that it will run smoother than before without any FPS issues.
Gamers with powerful computers will be able to take advantage of the full power of their devices in order to run Forza Motorsport 6: Apex at high detail without having to worry about lag or any other issue that would make the game crash.
In order to improve its graphical performance, the Windows development team has recently announced that it will allow the ability to unlock frame rates for all Univeral Windows Apps (UWP). The developers of Forza Motorsport 6: Apex have already announced that they will include this feature in its next update, in order to allow users to push their computers to the limit.
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