What’s going on guys, today we gonna be
show you, how to optimize your AMD Radeon Settings for better gaming performance. And before
we begin, this method is only for the latest AMD drivers, the adrenaline edition, so if
you are running the previous edition of AMD graphics drivers, such as catalyst or crimson.
I recommend you to uninstall those drivers completely from your computer, and get the
latest adrenaline edition drivers for your particular GPU from the official source. So
hope you all installed the latest edition AMD graphics drivers at this point.
So Let’s being, right click on your desktop and choose AMD Radeon Settings.
Which will bring us to the AMD Radeon Settings window. And the first thing you have to do
here is to make sure you are running the latest version of your graphics drivers. And you
can do that by going to the update tab, then click on check for updates. If you found any,
go for it and get it update. Because the latest drivers are always a key to better performance.
Now let’s go ahead and optimize the AMD settings. Click on the gaming tab, then click on Global
settings, and once you are here click on the reset button, now choose graphics settings,
then click on yes, it will reset everything back to default, so if you are previously
messed up any settings here, it will not affect our new optimization process.
So let’s start. First, you gonna need to go to the Anti-aliasing mode, now choose Override
application settings, which reveals Anti-aliasing level settings, so make sure you are selected
2X Level Option from here. Now go to Anisotropic Filtering and turn it on which will bring
us the Antistropic Filtering Level, and again make sure you are selected the least of the
setting, which is the 2X option again. Now go to texture filtering quality, by default, it
is set as standard, but I recommend you to choose performance option.
Now go to Wait for vertical refresh, it’s not something new, but the same old v-sync
or vertical sync. So I recommend you to Choose the option Always off for vertical sync. Now
go to tessellation mode, and as you can see it set to AMD optimized option by default,
at this point the tessellation process will always run at the maximum level, which is
64X but It can definitely have a negative impact
on the performance, especially if you are running games on a low-end card. So I recommend
you change the AMD optimized option to Override application settings, then the Maximum tessellation
level settings will reveal to you, so click on it and choose 32x or lower, but beware
decreasing most of these settings below a certain level may result in a loss in quality.
And that’s all we can do to optimize the AMD settings for better gaming or boost fps
So hope you all experiencing a performance boost in your games by doing this optimization.
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