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.
- 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.
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