A simple guide to turn your game into hot trash using nvidia inspector.
But despite this, you are still willing to turn your game into a hot mess by playing with some settings, and I am here to provide you with ample information to turn your 24fps into a 60fps game
This does involve turning your game graphics into the absolute worst.
(There are other games that can do this with a more horrible effect to graphics quality. But if there’s a will, there’s a way.)
Also, I do not know if this is legal to use due to having PvP elements in the game, so if I get asked to remove this, I will not hesitate.
Without further ado, let’s get to work.
Step 1: Get Nvidia Inspector
It basically goes in depth with your graphics settings, giving you more options to turn off uneeded graphics
download here : https://nvidia-inspector.en.lo4d.com/
So to those with different graphics drivers, I would like to apologize that I cannot help you beyond this point.
Step 2: Finding the Destiny 2 Profile
– Head over to profiles and type out “destiny 2” it should pop out in the dropbox
Step 3: Editing Values
Now that you’ve got your profile, you’ll probably be overwhelmed with the amount of options that you can edit.
But don’t be fooled, some edits can probably ruin the compatibility of your game, causing it to not run at all (Thankfully, there is an option to reset your edits with a click of an icon, but I ain’t here to tell you that.)
So now, with the edits: (Some values you should probably ctrl + c)
I’ll put them in most important > optional
Antialiasing – Transparency Supersampling : AA_MODE_REPLAY_MODE_ALL
Texture Filtering – LOD Bias (DX) : 0x00000020 [The more this value is increased, the more garbage your game would be]
Texture Filtering – Driver Controlled LOD Bias : On [LOD Bias won’t work without this on]
Texture Filtering – Quality : High Performance
Multi-display/Mixed-GPU acceleration : Single Display Performance Mode
Power manage mode : Prefer Maximum Performance
Texture Filtering – Anisotropic Filter Optimization : On
Texture Filtering – Anisotropic Sample Optimization : On
Threaded Optimization : On
Anisotropic Filtering Setting : Off [Point]
1st Image: No Nvidia Inspector edit, Settings all LOW, Resolution 1366 x 768
2nd Image : Nvidia Inspector edit (LOD Bias: 0x00000020), Settings all LOW, Resolution 1366 x 768
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