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I recently purchased a monitor with Gsync and 144hz and was wondering if Oblivion has the same problem as Skyrim when the framerate goes over 60 fps. Does anyone know? 

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I recently purchased a monitor with Gsync and 144hz and was wondering if Oblivion has the same problem as Skyrim when the framerate goes over 60 fps. Does anyone know? 

It's the physics engine that is locked at 60 fps across all Bethesda games.

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I recently purchased a monitor with Gsync and 144hz and was wondering if Oblivion has the same problem as Skyrim when the framerate goes over 60 fps. Does anyone know? 

It's the physics engine that is locked at 60 fps across all Bethesda games.

That means Yes, in case it wasn't clear.

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