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The AMD Radeon software offers various display settings that you can configure to get a comparatively better gaming performance. Here are the changes you need to make in the Display tab of the Radeon software.


As the name suggests, the Preference tab is all about personal preference and will be different for different users. But to get the best gaming performance, we recommend applying the following settings:

The AMD Radeon software is a great utility to optimize your computer's gaming performance. While it has plenty of features, you must not worry about most of them as they work best on their default settings.

And there you have it, folks. This was our dedicated and definitive guide to using the best AMD settings in the Radeon control panel. Every tweak made above is focused on getting you the best performance possible without compromising visuals. So, I hope it helps you squeeze that extra bit of performance out of your AMD GPU.

Apex Legends is one of the most popular battle royales out there but it is also very hardware intensive and getting the best performance can be difficult. Here are the best Apex Legends settings to get the best possible performance without sacrificing quality. In addition to in-game settings you need to set launch commands and also tweak your Nvidia/AMD settings to get a noticeable bump in performance.

Elden Ring is an early hit for 2022, at least on consoles. The game just passed the Mostly Positive mark on Steam after being review bombed on release day for poor performance. The PC port, as is typical of From Software, has some problems. To get the most out of it, we ran a range of Elden Ring benchmarks to find the best settings.

You don't need to spend a lot to get the best processor for gaming. Intel's Core i5-13600K is the current bang-for-the-buck king, but don't discount AMD's Ryzen 7 5800X3D, or at the very high-end, the ultrapowerful Intel 13900K and AMD 7950X. They're all top contenders when it comes to best gaming CPUs.

Whatever your needs and budgets, though, we have options from AMD and Intel that will be great performers. With them, you can get around CPU bottlenecks and find the best processor for your next gaming PC.

There are really three main sections that we will be looking at for the Escape From Tarkov best settings. The first is a couple of options in the main game settings menu, and then the entirety of the graphics and postfx tabs.

Now finally onto the postfx settings, and this is where you will see the most user input. There isn't really a 'best' postfx configuration, as it is all down to what works best for you, but this particular combination is a good way of improving how the game looks.

This resolution has been the de facto standard for gaming for some time now, and it will stay that way until cheap 1440p monitors become much more common, or 4K-capable graphics cards become reasonably affordable. So, purchasing a video card that can run games at a smooth clip at 1080p is a solid investment, one that should keep you happy for at least a few years, if not longer. Here are our top picks for 1080p-play cards in 2023, followed by a deeper dive guide to how to shop.

Since 1080p is such a popular resolution, a boatload of video cards are competing for the top spot in the category. The field of 1080p graphics cards is more granular as 2023 kicks off than it's ever been, with nearly a dozen different card classes (defined by their different core graphics processors) to choose from. But that's where we come in. We'll walk you through the features you need to pay attention to when shopping for a 1080p-ideal video card, and outline the best cards we've tested for gaming at this resolution, given your budget.

This is a moving target, but it's safe to say you can expect to drop between $100 and $300 on a 1080p-appropriate video card here in 2023, depending on whether you want to run games at the very highest settings or closer to medium ones. If you're interested in enabling anti-aliasing (AA), which smooths jagged lines from the edges of in-game objects, you'll need to spend toward the higher end of the range, especially if you want to crank up the AA settings as high as possible. (AA tends to be demanding.)

Note that our 1080p-card advice so far is based on the assumption that you'll be using a standard monitor with a refresh rate of 60Hz. If you mean to use (or soon upgrade to) a display panel with a higher refresh rate, such as one of the deluxe 120Hz, 144Hz, 240Hz, or even 360Hz panels now on the monitor market, you'll likely need a higher-end card than these to get the full benefit of those displays. (See our picks for the best gaming monitors.) Frame rates higher than 60 frames per second (fps) will show up readily on these panels, and you'll want to look at gaming test results for an idea of the sustained frame rates you will likely get with any given card.

See our deep-dive reviews below of individual cards for a good idea of the kind of frame rates you can expect in games that you might play. We test with demanding new titles and some staple older offerings. Also, for a look at our picks for the best overall video cards, see our roundup of the best graphics cards; for play at 4K (3,840 by 2,160 pixels), check out the best graphics cards for 4K gaming; and if you have a small-form-factor desktop, check out the best graphics cards for compact PCs. (Interested in a fully built gaming system? Also check out our picks for the best gaming laptops and the best gaming desktops, as well as our authoritative guide to the best PC games.)

*This operation interface will be applicable to 2023 new series gaming laptop and desktop. For previous [Audio] operation interface, please refer to Two-Way AI Noise Cancelation Setup Guide.

On top of that, BIOS also allows you to change the hardware settings according to the requirements. And if you are using your system for gaming, you can adjust BIOS configurations such that it uses every bit of hardware resource, maximizing your gaming performance.

Gaming on PC is fun. The best part about it is not even the gaming itself but the control you have over the interface, drivers, and everything else that makes your gaming sessions a worthwhile experience.

You can fix these problems by tweaking your RAM or SSD BIOS settings, or just optimizing your PC BIOS for better performance and gaming. BIOS is short for Basic Input Output System. It is not quite the engine of your computer, but it comes really close. It is the first code to kick in whenever you boot up your computer. Thus, once you have a good handle on it, you can determine how your PC runs every time you turn it on.

Any dedicated gamer knows that fixing speed and accuracy is the key to enjoying video games on a PC. The basic Windows computer is factory configured so that it offers the best mix of speed and performance at default settings. Even so, the user can go the extra mile and tweak BIOS to eke out further performance gains.

There is no one-size-fits-all rule to improve gaming performance via BIOS. For example, the best Asus BIOS settings for gaming might be different from the MSI BIOS settings for gaming or even the ASRock BIOS TPM settings. This is because the motherboards were made by different people. Even so, the effects are similar.

Sometimes, the reason your gaming sessions are made up of slow, glitchy graphics is that the SSD BIOS settings are not properly configured. This could happen for any number of reasons including improper SSD drive placement or outdated drivers.

To conclude on using the BIOS settings on Windows PCs for better performance or gaming, note that each of the highlighted methods puts pressure on your PC. Any one of them might increase power drain or even crash your motherboard. As a result, you need to be careful when attempting to tweak your CPU base clock or even the RAM BIOS Settings for a better gaming experience.

While prices are dropping, a prebuilt gaming PC can be a solid alternative. The companies that provide prebuilt systems are able to purchase their components at much more reasonable prices by buying them in bulk. You can check out our recommendations for the best budget prebuilt gaming PC at each price range in the sections below.

Ultimately, this is one of the best budget gaming PCs available. It can easily handle 1080P gaming, it will serve well for 1440P gaming, and it can even run games on a 4K monitor on mediumish settings.

With an Intel Core i5-12400F CPU and an NVIDIA GTX 1660 Super GPU, this is one of the best budget gaming PC builds for $700. It is even capable of functioning as an entry-level 4K gaming system (it can run non-demanding games on a 4K monitor).

Thanks to an Intel Core i3-10100F processor, an RX 6500 XT graphics card, and 8GB of DDR4 RAM, the cheap $500 gaming PC build listed below can max out pretty much any game on a budget 1080p monitor, as well as play non-demanding games at 1440p on medium-to-high settings.

So, if you are severely strapped for cash now, but you want something that will let you play your favorite games on lower-to-medium settings and will also let you upgrade to a high-end system later on down the road, then this is probably one of the best budget gaming PCs you can build for the price.

Equipping the best PC settings for Fortnite while you're playing on your computer can significantly enhance your experience. Of course, different machines can handle different levels of settings so it's really all about finding the best settings for you.

Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 is here and with it comes a new selection of Battle Pass skins! Take a look at the upcoming Eren Jaeger skin too!Don't forget to complete the new challenges, including winning arcade games, knocking back players with the Kinetic Blade, shooting targets while on a Grind Rail and restoring health or shields on a Grind Rail. Meanwhile, learn what the best weapons are, new map changes, how to get XP fast, use the best PC settings, earn the Victory Umbrella and earn a Victory Crown. 041b061a72


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