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Battlefield 1 Optimization

Turn the resolution to 800x600 and then lower the settings to the minimal. Check out the tweaks by low spec gamer. 

 

 

 

Enjoy the 1000+ fps. It does make a difference. I mean your brain can never tell the difference between 1000+ or a 10000000000x10^10000000 fps even if the gap is big but your mind will be grateful to know your computer is outputting that many frames in one second. 

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I've recently upgraded to a MSI NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB VENTUS OC Graphics Card from a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti. As you would expect, I'm getting exceptional performance in all games I have apart from Battlefield 1 (2016). I'm only getting 60-70 FPS. This is ultra settings so I downgraded to high settings, still the same problem. I'm using driver 441.87 which is the latest driver. Any solutions? Thanks.

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Turn the resolution to 800x600 and then lower the settings to the minimal. Check out the tweaks by low spec gamer. 

 

 

 

Enjoy the 1000+ fps. It does make a difference. I mean your brain can never tell the difference between 1000+ or a 10000000000x10^10000000 fps even if the gap is big but your mind will be grateful to know your computer is outputting that many frames in one second. 


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Try turning off DX12 mode. I'm not sure if this is still the case but it used to perform badly for Nvidia GPUs. 

 

I would also lower ambient occlusion and anti-aliasing settings and go from there


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