7 Days to Die How to Fix Your FPS

Customizing your graphic card

  • First, go to Your Graphic Card Control Panel (NVIDIA).
  • Select “Manage 3D Settings” and select “Program Settings”, press “Add” and choose “7 Days to Die”.
  • On the “Select the Preferred Graphics Processor for This Program”, choose “High-performance NVIDIA Processor”.
  • Change the “Maximum Pre-rendered Frames” to “4”.
  • Change the “Power Management Mode” to “Prefer Maximum Performance”.
  • Change the “Threaded Optimization” to “On”.
  • Change the “Vertical Sync” to “On”.
  • Hit Apply

Customizing your game

  • In the game menu, select Options, and then select “Video”.
  • Turn off Your V-Sync, “Reflection Quality”, and “Motion Blur”.
  • Turn off “Reflected Shadows”, “SSAO”, “Depth Of Field”, and “Sun Shafts”.
  • You can keep “Texture Quality” to “Full” and “Water Quality” to “High” if You want to.
  • Change Your “UMA Texture Quality” and “Terrain Quality” to “Medium”.
  • Change Your “View Distance” to “Low”, “Field of View” to “70”, and “LOD Distance” to “50%”.
  • Keep “Gamma” at “65-75%”, but change the “Water Particles” to “25%”

Final Notes

This will help weaker system and high refresh rates get higher frames. you can turn on and off what you wish just this is the most optimized way to have the most frames while allow the game to look decent in quality.

@Eldast @SevenSpades @LukeGallant

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