Low FPS

Discussion in 'F1 2016 - The Game' started by stop, Aug 20, 2016.

  1. stop

    stop

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    I'm running it on max settings, is there any setting I can turn down without having too much of a visual effect that will increase the FPS?

    Also is there any better recording software than Nvidia Shadowplay as it is so glitchy, it keeps crashing.
     
  2. raulongo

    raulongo

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    You may lower mirror detail, crowd and hair.
     
  3. IK JDV

    IK JDV

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    Download NvidiaInspector, open nvidiaProfileInspector.exe and choose F1 2016 from the drop-down menu.

    Under 2 - Sync and Refresh, Change Vertical Sync to Force on
    & Vertical Sync Tear Control to Adaptive.

    Apply changes.

    This should prevent the FPS from dropping excessively during cut-scenes / flashback. Make sure you have the latest Nvidia drivers installed before doing this.

    Hope it helps!
     
  4. Graham Laing

    Graham Laing
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    Shadows tend to hit frame rates a bit in most games, and anti-aliasing can be a big killer too.

    Tweaking a bit and then benchmarking is the way to go I think.
     
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