Never thought I would ask this but how can I limit a game's framerate to 30 fps? I am using a Nvidia GTX 770. The game in question is Final Fantasy XIII on Steam. The game runs awful. On average I get 59 fps, but there are terrible lagspikes to 30 fps. Durante, a modder well known for his resolution fixes for Dark Souls and this game, desribes the problem on PC Gamer. So instead of a stuttering gameplay which drives me insane I thought I'd try the cinematic gameplay experience so many game developers praise nowadays. I have tried to limit the framerate in the Nvidia system properties tool, but the only option I could find was "Adaptive Vsync - half refresh rate". This option never works for me, the game will drop down to 15 fps or less. The screen is a Dell U27H11 so it runs at 60fps. Is there any other option or some convenient tool that can limit my refresh rate to 30?