STAR WARS Jedi: Survivor – Unofficial FPS Fix (Nvidia)

FPS Fix for Nvidia Players

First Install Nvidia Profile inspector.

Choose STAR WARS: Jedi Survivor as your game, scroll down until you find rBAR and enable it, then simply hit apply and close NPI.

In GameUserSettings.ini (appdata/local/swgame/…):

  • Setting antialiasing to 0 (low)
  • Sett resolution quality to 100
  • Change any screen height/width variables to display resolution (1080p in my case)
  • Change any fullscreen variables to 1
  • Set desired screen height to True

Make GameUserSettings.ini as read only because the game seems to want to change resolution quality to 50%

In Nvidia Control Panel:

  • Set antialiasing settings to override, 8x, and super sampling.

Once in-game:

  • Setting FSR to quality
  • Turn off ray tracing


I went from an average of 30 – 50 FPS to 60 – 90 FPS

In a lot of areas I still dip to around 30, but it’s a lot better than everything being around 30 – 40 FPS

My Specs:

  • RTX 2060 Super
  • i5-9600k @5.0 Ghz
  • 32GB RAM 3200 Mhz
Created by FuriousNutSlaps

1 Comment

  1. Use these instead.
    Set in the game first FSR to quality, close the game.
    Then set these in the gameusersettings to this and make it readme only, have 50 fps in the main open area with rtx 2070 @1080p.

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