In this guide we will discuss stuttering issue and how to fix it.
- Usually you use the latest driver because you get 30-50% more power and bugfix for new games.
- Sometimes an old game can have a problem with new drivers, but that’s not the normal case.
- Always use Nvidia “low latency” on “Ultra” (or amd “anti lag” on “on”) with VSync “adaptive”.
- If your FPS falls to 50 fps, it is better with a monitor rate of 60Hz than 120Hz or 144Hz, since a drop from 120/144 to 55 is more noticeable than a drop from 60 to 55.
- Limit your FPS in the driver to 65 FPS if you play with 60 Hz.
- If you get a lot of drops below 60 fps, you can play with 60 Hz and a limit to 35 FPS and VSYNC on “Adaptive Half” so that you can get stable 60 FPS from a doubling of 30 fps to get a monitor rate of 60 Hz.
InGame Setting 60FPS(2x30FPS) / 60Hz:
- Resolution: 1920 x 1080 or 2560 x 1440 (Nativ or NVIDIA DSR)
- Graphics Preset: Custom
- Window Mode: FullScreen
- Fullscreen-Window Mode: Off
- VSYNC: On
- Framerate Limit: Off
- Texture Quality: High
- Shadow Map Size: High
- Tree Quality: High
- Draw Distance: 70-80%
- Ambient Occlusion: On
- NVIDIA HBAO+: On
- NVIDIA Depth of Field: On
- NVIDIA PCSS: On
- Motion Blur: Off or On
- Antialiasing Mode: On
- Film Grain: On
- Chromatic Aberration: On
NVIDIA Graphic Driver Setup 60FPS(2x30FPS) / 60Hz
- Ambient Occlusion / Off
- Anisotropic filtering / 16x
- Antialiasing – FXAA / OFF
- Antialiasing – Mode / Application-controlled
- Antialiasing – Setting / Off – Application-controlled
- Antialiasing – Gamma correction / On
- Antialiasing – Transparency / Off
- Background Application Max Frame Rate / 65 or (35)
- Max Frame Rate / 65 or (35)
- Triple buffering / Off
- Power management mode / Prefer maximum performance
- Sharpening / Off
- Low Latency Mode / Ultra —————————–> = AMD Anti/Low-Lag
- Texture filtering – Anisotropic sample optimization / On
- Texture filtering – Negative LOD bias / Clamp
- Texture filtering – Quality / High performance
- Texture filtering – Trilinear optimization / On
- Threaded optimization / Auto
- Vertical sync / Adaptive or (Adaptive half refresh rate )
I use the 2x30FPS / 60Hz Method with Limit to 35FPS and Vsync “Adaptive half refresh rate” and a NVIDIA Dynamic Super Resolution with 2560×1440!
———–> Best Graphic with best AA and smooth.
Here is a Game with the same Problems, same Setup:
Stutter Fix!! with Ultra Setting for Wildlands & Breakpoint NEW: 05.2021
Link´s to NVIDIA
Dying Light Graphics & Performance Guide – NVIDIA
Dying Light Update:
That’s it for the Dying Light Guide. I hope you guys appreciate it and are Thankful to ovd_masterkey for his wonderful guide. All credits belong to his effort If you find this guide useful, kindly rate it on the Steam Community.
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