That’s quite an interesting issue!
One question, are you using an FPS unlocker??
You might have adjusted to it, so Studio feels slow.
It also might something to do with the settings of your monitor.
I know that I can set up my monitor, to save battery or playing a game.
Finally check settings of Studio or something. Maybe there is something with FPS, I doupt tho.
I do use an FPS unlocker. I have my studio FPS in the lower left side of studio, and it clearly says 30.
Another weird thing is, is that studio usually runs at 75 on my main monitor, which is fine, but as soon as i open any other window, like the toolbox or the animation editor, it goes down to 30.
This still only happens on my main monitor, on my second it doesn’t.
It’s not the most powerful monitor. It’s a 2560x1440 and has 75hz. I’ve tried a bunch of things to try and fix the issue, but none seem to work. I’ve tried turning off g-sync, lowering the refresh rate, lowering the resolution, but nothing worked.
I just realized that in the past I had issues with low FPS on my studio…
Hmm, maybe it’s a visuallity.
You know that once UI is being opened Studio squashes the window of the game.
I think this might even be a reason! By squashing the window Studio aswell might be squashing it’s FPS because it thinks that the window got smaller.
Your second monitor might be sending signals to Studio that the window was made smaller so Studio won’t squash it.
These are all speculations, but it makes a little bit of sence to me tbh.