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How to Boost FPS (Best Settings)
If you want to boost your FPS but still have the game look good, try these settings:
- Window Mode: Fullscreen (Fullscreen output control has higher performance on older GPUs)
- Motion Blur: Off
- Resolution: Native
- Framerate Limit Lock: Unlocked
- Image Sharpening: (Personal Preference)
- Shadow Quality: Low
- Resolution Scale: 100 (The lower it is the more fps is gained but blurriness increases)
- Texture Quality: High (Usually doesn’t suffer a performance impact on modern GPUs)
- Chromatic Aberration: Off (Personal Preference, adds blurriness)
- Anti-Aliasing Quality: Off on older GPUs
- Ambient Occlusion: Off
- Screen Space Reflections: Off
- Vsync: (Personal Preference, Reduces screen tearing but increases input lag)
NVIDIA Control Panel
Manage 3D Settings:
- Image Sharpening : Off
- Low Latency Mode : Off
- Power Management : Prefer Maximum Performance
- Texture filtering – Quality : Performance
- Threaded Optimization : On
- Set Max Pre-Rendered Frames value to 1
AMD Control Panel
- Disable Radeon Anti-Lag, Boost, Anisotropic Filtering and Frame Rate Target Control.
- Disable Image Sharpening, Morphological Filtering, Maximum Tessellation Level and Radeon Chill.
- Set Tessellation Mode and Shader Cache to “AMD Optimized” and Anti-Aliasing Mode and Anti-aliasing Method to “Use Application settings” and “Multi-sampling”.
- Set Texture Filtering Quality to “Performance” and GPU Workload “Graphics”.
- Enable Surface Format Optimization.
Network Port Forwarding
- Steam – TCP: 27015, 27036 // UDP: 27015, 27031-27036
- Xbox One / Series X – TCP: 3074 // UDP: 88, 500, 3074, 3544, 4500
- Playstation 4&5 – TCP: 3478-3480 // UDP: 3074, 3478-3479