DEATHLOOP – How to Fix FPS Issues

A guide on how I got rid of stutters/poor fps in Deathloop. Fixing stutter/fps issues.

How to Fix Poor FPS

This is what has worked for me and I hope it works for you. I am using an AMD 5600 and RTX 2080 super. I have v-sync turned on in Nvidia control panel and off in-game, with no max fps in the control panel and the highest available in-game. (I used to have so many stutters it made me nauseous but this fixed it)

TURN DOWN TEXTURES, Even though it said I could run with Very High Textures and it was within my VRAM limit when I turned the textures down to High it stopped my micro shutters/hitching.!! (I think this is the most important thing that has affected my experience so far)

Turn off raytracing.

Have v-sync off in-game and force it through the Nvidia control panel (or whatever the AMD equivalent is).

I have seen reports that above 60 fps causes mouse input issues, but for me, I have been playing around 100 fps for a couple of hours and had no issue.

by MJK

How to

  • Go to NVIDIA panel
  • Manage 3D settings:
FeatureSetting

Shader Cache
Texture filtering – Anisotropic sample opti…
Texture filtering – Negative LOD bias
Texture filtering – Quality
Texture filtering -Trilinear optimization
Threaded opbmization
Triple buffering
Vertical sync
Virtual Reality pre-rendered frames
Anti-aliasing -Transparency
Background Application Max Frame Rate
CUDA – GPUs
Low Latency Mode
Max Frame Rate
Monitor Technology
Multi-Frame Sampled AA (MFAA)
OpenGL rendering GPU
Power management mode

Use global setting (On)
Use global setting (On)
Use global setting (Allow)
Use global setting (High performance)
Use global setting (On)
Use global setting (Auto)
Use global setting (Off)
Vertical Sync On
Use global setting (1)
global setting (Off)
global setting (Off)
global setting (All)
global setting (Ultra)
global setting (G-SYNC Compabble)
global setting (Off)
global setting (Auto-select)
global setting (Prefer maximum perfor…


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