For Apex Legends players, this guide provides help for people who want have possible FPS in game especially in combat. Let’s check it out.
First of all
you should have system requirement if you’re unsure whether your rig can run Apex Legends in the first place!
- OS: 64-bit Windows 10
- CPU: Intel Core i3-6300 3.8GHz / AMD FX-4350 4.2 GHz Quad-Core Processor
- RAM: 6GB
- GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GT 640 / Radeon HD 7700
- GPU RAM: 1 GB
- HARD DRIVE: Minimum 30 GB of free space
- Display Mode – Set this to Full Screen.
- Aspect Ratio – Set this to your native monitor resolution. It’s likely to be 16:9, 1080p.
- Resolution – Set this to your native monitor resolution.
- Field of View – This is personal preference. If you want to see more in general then set this to max, but if you want things a little closer, then tone it down somewhat. See what works best for you by tweaking it in-game.
- Color Blind Mode – Personal preference.
- V-Sync – Disable this to uncap your framerate.
- Adaptive Resolution FPS Target – Set this to 0.
- Adaptive Supersampling – This will be greyed out.
- Anti-Aliasing – Switch this off for maximum FPS. Keep it on for a slightly sharper looking experience which won’t tank your FPS.
- Texture Streaming Budget – This is effectively “Texture Resolution” and this depends on the power of your graphics card and the VRAM it comes equipped with. For pure FPS, we’d recommend switching this to a lower setting and not going any higher than Medium.
- Texture Filtering – This affects the sharpness of texture details which can hit FPS quite hard if you crank this up. We’d recommend keeping this at “Anisotropic 2X”.
- Ambient Occlusion Quality – Affects the quality of shadows and the like. This can heavily affect performance so set this to low. For powerful rigs, you can pop this on medium.
- Sun Shadow Coverage – Set this to low.
- Sun Shadow Detail – Set this to low.
- Spot Shadow Detail – Set this to low.
- Volumetric Lighting – Disable this as it can tank performance.
- Dynamic Spot Shadows – You get the gist, disable this.
- Model Detail – Set this to low or medium as it determines detail for objects and characters in the game world.
- Effects Detail – Determines the detail of explosions, ability effects and the like. Set this to low or medium too.
- Impact Marks – This controls how many bullet impact marks you’ll see in the game world. Set this to low or medium.
- Ragdolls – Affects the “flail” of a dead body. Set this to low or medium.
That’s all we are sharing today in Apex Legends Best Settings for FPS Boost Guide, if there are anything you want to add please feel free to leave a comment below and we’ll see you soon.
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