ELDEN RING FPS BOOST GUIDE
Do you have low FPS in Elden Ring? There are a bunch of methods we can talk you through if you want to know how to fix Elden Ring performance issues. Hopefully you come out of this troubleshooting guide with a healthy FPS boost!
ELDEN RING FPS BOOST GUIDE
Update: Elden Ring is now out and the recipient of a day-one patch, which in part aims to address the stuttering issue described in the performance section below. Sadly, players are still reporting problems, including some that I dodged - like invisible enemies. Oh dear! There are a few possible fixes you can try, though, and I'll keep this guide updated should more official improvements arrive. The original text continues below:
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Elden Ring has been released and eager players have been battling their way through the vast variety of grotesque and enchanting enemies along their path through the story. With a vast number of stats to upgrade and classes to choose from, many players will be taking their time with deciding what strategies will work for them. Notably, however, playing on PC has seen a few stuttering issues and frame drop for some players, in turn, this guide article will take you through the process of what the best Elden Ring max FPS settings are to increase the performance of your experience.
Taking a look at our breakdown of the Elden Ring best settings will ensure your game runs as smooth as butter during your journey, allowing you to play your best when dealing with the tough enemies. Elden Ring's PC port wasn't the greatest at launch and even nearly a year on it still has some issues, however there are lots of settings to tinker with to make the game perform well. So, read on for our Elden Ring best settings guide.
SSAO: This is a shadowing technique used on 3D objects to make them more realistic, and lowering this will give you a performance boost while having little effect on the visual quality of the game.
Thanks to Azhar for his great guide, all credit to his effort. you can also read the original guide from Steam Community. enjoy the game.Related Posts:ELDEN RING: How to Fix Game Stuttering
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You see, most laptops feature high-power components squeezed inside a tiny chassis with limited amounts of airflow. Overclocking the GPU would lead to an increase in heat (more operations = higher temperature) so you would hit thermal limits. During gameplay sessions, your laptop might turn off and reboot. However, even with limited overclocking ability, you can achieve some boost on laptops. Take the Surface Book, for example: Before the overclock, the framerate in Far Cry Primal dropped to 44 FPS...
Ensuring that Elden Ring is making as much use of your hardware as possible will boost frame rates and help (but not completely alleviate) the stutter issue. NVIDIA users can follow the top part of this section, everyone else can skip to the second. 041b061a72