[notice type=”support” title=”STEP BY STEP” tag=”h4″]STEP BY STEP[/notice]
Lower the resolution. This will help your game move at a more productive speed.
Turn off or reduce advanced visual features of your game. Some of these that might significantly improve performance are shutting down DirectX 10 features.
Reduce, or eliminate, the games anti-aliasing level. Yeah, the edges will be jagged, but your CPU will love you for it!
Reduce the level of anisotropic filtering. What this does is reduce the quality of textures in the game that are viewed at an oblique level.
If you can, try switching from high dynamic range lighting to bloom lighting.
Try updating your DirectX software as new updates can increase the performance of your graphics card.
[notice type=”support” title=”VIDEO” tag=”h4″]VIDEO[/notice]
[video_skin style=”1″ title=”Watch this video…” tag=”h2″ player=”youtube” video_id=”Amf57gkTGCU” controls=”yes” width=”520″ height=”500″]