5 Simple Tips to Boost Your Device FPS

Boost Your FPS

Unlike game consoles where developers customize their game for a specific set of hardware, PCs come in all sizes and sizes. Some graphics rely on the chip, which is integrated into the main CPU, while others have fastest PCI Express graphics cards.
Your setup does not matter, here are some general suggestions that you have to get out of the additional FPS (frames per second). Of course, if you have recently bought the latest shooter, MMO, or racer and found that after trying all these moves it is completely impossible, then you may need to invest in better hardware.

So today I will show you some tips and tricks that can help you to improve your game FPS.
so let's get started.

1. Reduce Your Resolution

The resolution you run has the biggest impact on gaming performance. When you play the same game on high resolutions, see the following chart how low FPS:
Reduce Your Resolution
Reduce Your Resolution

The decrease in performance is broadly linear, and it is similar to the number of your hardware driving pixels. Thus, if you are not extending enough to 2560 × 1440, then drop to 1920 × 1080. The number of pixels is reduced by approximately 44%, but the performance will increase by about 40%. From 1920 × 1080 to 1600 × 900 pixel count is down 30%, but you will increase the framerate by 20%. Reducing resolutions can make your game much thicker and pixeled, but it can be an important sacrifice to play games on acceptable framesets.

2. Update your graphics card drivers

This is a very simple one, and most people will already have this foundation involved. Old driver is running - software using your video card - your fps can cause huge losses, although many people fail to update their drivers in the latest versions.
To update your drivers, you first have to find out which video card you have. On Windows, open Device Manager and view your display adapter. For OS X, click on the apple in the upper left corner, then click on "About this mac" and then "More info". After this, for "graphics" you will get the video card that you have. For Linux / GNU, you can either use your distro stores to get it and then go to the tab labeled "Graphic" and your Video Card located next to the OpenGL renderer download or CPU-G Can go.
Update your graphics card drivers
Update your graphics card drivers

Once you know your GP, download the latest driver from the company's website, whether it is Intel, NVIDIA, or AMD. Do not use card manufacturer sites like ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte, or Sapphire. Simply select the driver you need, select the appropriate operating system, download the driver and follow the instructions provided.
Happily, most modern graphics cards will automatically update your drivers if you have automatic updates turned on. But just in case, I give you some links to the latest graphics drivers of each GPU Creator:

3. Change the game's Graphics settings

In-game some settings, such as draw distance and shadow quality can affect your FPS. If you are not getting that performance, try reducing some video settings. Some settings have more impact on performance than others, so try to find a good guide or article that has benchmarked different settings.
other than this, AMD’s Gaming Evolved and NVIDIA’s GeForce Experience will automatically customize your game's Graphics settings based on your hardware.
Graphics settings
Graphics settings

Adjusting anti-aliasing may be especially helpful for sub-paragraph performance improvements. Anti-aliasing underscores around the boundaries of objects to smooth pixels, which can take many hardware power
In your game settings, first, try to disable anti-aliasing completely and then gradually change it to the point that it works when you are satisfied with your FPS.

4. Overclock your hardware

It is not something that gives advice to all of us unless you know what you are doing and you feel that you have the risk of breaking your entire video card, CPU, RAM, or actually the CAN.
The first thing you should overclock is your video card. Most graphics card drivers also have the ability to overclock your graphics card, so I recommend you this method, however, if your drivers do not have Overclock option, then you can overclock your graphics card to third -Power software can find
Overclock your hardware
Overclock your hardware

You can overclock the CPU and RAM too. It's very easy if you can only find overclocking settings in your PC's BIOS. However, overclocking the graphics card will provide you highest FPS boost.

5. Use PC optimization software

Many programs run in the background of your PC and can use memory and CPU power. There are many PC optimization features that can ruin game performance to clean up these uncontrolled processes. 
PC optimization software
PC optimization

There are some built-in optimization tools in Windows, but there are many other people like Razor Game Booster which can work hard for you.

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