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ReShade Installation Step 1. Download and execute latest Reshade from the following link: https://reshade.me/#download Step 2. Select the game executable (EscapeFromTarkov.exe). Your executable file directory can be found in the Settings section of your launcher. My ReShade Installation Directory is \Battlestate Games \BsgLauncher\EFT. NOTE: It is highly recommended for your files to be in the "BsgLauncher\EFT" folder, and NOT your document's folder. Step 3. Select the "OpenGL" or "Direct3D 10+" radial. NOTE: If installing the Direct3D 10+, and ReShade does not launch with the game or causes a crash, rename the file "dxgi.dll" to "d3d11.dll" and the file "dxgi.ini" to "d3d11.ini". Step 4. Install all the effects when prompted. This will create a "reshade-shaders" folder in your ReShade installation directory (the folder that contains your ExcapeFromTarkov.exe). Step 5. Download a preset and insert it into your installation directory. See the link for an example preset. Example Preset: https://sfx.thelazy.net/games/preset/8101/ For a list of presets, go here: https://sfx.thelazy.net/games/game/1739/ Step 6. Launch the game and follow the prompt. Gamminator If you wish to adjust your gamma on your monitor on the fly with customized shortcuts without going to your Nvidia control panel, download Gamminator from: https://sourceforge.net/projects/gamminator/files/latest/download Graphics Control Panel If you do not want to bother installing Gamminator, but still want to see at night, for NVidia GPUs, go into your NVidia Control Panel and adjust Brightness and Contrast. If you want your game to look better, increase your Digital Vibrance. While in NVidia Control Panel, navigate to the Escape From Tarkov profile and select "Prefer Maximum Performance" under "Power Management Mode". Side Notes Remember: Escape From Tarkov is heavily reliant on CPU and RAM. The faster your CPU and RAM, the better your performance. GPU strain isn't as heavy as other games. ReShade causes minimal (if not negligible) impact on FPS. Personally, I do not experience any FPS difference. Graphics settings will vary from person to person. Common practices are the following: Turn VSync OFF Disable SSAO and Contact SSAO (it makes shadows darker, but it makes it harder to see players hiding in shadows) Uncheck the Z-Blur and Noise. They are filters that just make it harder to see (motion blur and semi-transparent static effect). Increase your FOV to a maximum. It's located under "Game" tab in your game settings. This will create a fish-eye effect but will enable you to see more out of your peripheral. The "Game" tab in settings is also where you can change your name. Once a member of UWS, prefix your name with "UWS-" as shown.
This is my second build, First liquid cooled so I went for flexible tubing, might try my hand at hard tubing on the next one. Not letting me attach the rear of the case to show wire management, but there is a lot of room for everything you could ever want to throw into this case.
Hey I was just curious if anyone was a wiz at figuring out a good graphic setting to help me boost my fps a little, but not hurt the graphic quality like a nitrogen bomb going off. I play around with the settings and getting it to run at 60 fps makes the game look like a rolled up ball of S*** basically for me. I don't have a custom built computer, it is a HP Envy Gaming Laptop. I will share what my spec's are and I think I got the right ones from my system. I don't want insane fps and crystal clear graphics just something better than the 22-25 I normally run. As far as my laptop handling it I mod games for fun, Skyrim, Fallout, ect., and I get near photo realistic while keeping fps at around 40-42. But Battlefield is stumping me a little. Any tips or help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks for your time My specs: HP Envy m7 Notebook Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6500 CPU @ 2.50 GHz 2.59 GHz Memory: 8GB DDR3 SDRAM (2 DIMM) Installed RAM: 16.0 GB (15.9 GB usable) GeForce 940MX 1920x1080, 60Hz I think that is all, unsure, it's what I use in Nexus.
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