NVIDIA CONTROL PANEL SETTINGS | 5 BEST NVIDIA CONTROL PANEL OPTIMISATIONS

This guide will guide you through the best NVIDIA settings/NVIDIA control panel optimizations, that would surely make your PC/Laptop at least 2 times faster as compared to default settings. There are total 6 steps which would take you about hardly 15 minutes to apply and then you can work/play at a faster speed for an eternal time, just kidding, you may need to check for new settings when new drivers are rolled out (2-3 months) or a major windows update is installed but if you have already applied these settings, you would need to only alter 2-3 settings which cost about 2 minutes.

NVIDIA control panel settings

1. Create a restore point

For creating a restore point:

  1. Go to the bottom left-hand side windows icon and click on it.
  2. When the panel opens, type in 'restore', without Apostrophe and click on 'create a restore point'.
  3. When the dialogue box opens, select 'C drive' and click on configure.
  4. When the new dialogue box appears, click on 'Turn on system protection' and set the 'max usage' to around 5%.
  5. Then, click on 'create' and choose a name that you can remember easily and then click on create.
  6. Wait for the system to complete and then click on close.

2. UPDATING DRIVERS

  1. The first step in optimizing your machine is always updating to the latest drivers for your machine. you can download them from here.
  2. Download and install the latest AMD Drivers.
  3. Restart your machine
  4. First step is done, congrats XD.

NOW SERIOUS STEPS

3. BEST NVIDIA CONTROL PANEL SETTINGS/OPTIMIZATION

  1. Right click on desktop and open NVIDIA Control Panel.

A. ADJUST IMAGE SETTINGS WITH PREVIEW

  • In adjust image settings with preview, select Use the advance 3D image settings.
  • Click Apply.

B. 3D SETTINGS

  1. Navigate to Manage 3D settings
    • Image Sharpening: Sharpen 0.50
    • Ambient Occlusion: Performance
    • Anisotropic Filtering: Application Controlled
    • Antialiasing -FXAA: OFF
    • Antialiasing Gamma correction: On
    • Antialiasing Mode: Application Controlled
    • Antialiasing Transparency: OFF
    • CUDA -GPUs: ALL
    • DSR - Factors: OFF
    • Low Latency Mode: On, if still fps>80-85 then Ultra
    • Max Frame Rate: OFF
    • Monitor Technology: Fixed Refresh
    • Multi-Frame Sampled A4: Off
    • OpenGL Rendering GPU: Switch to your graphic card
    • Power Management Mode: Prefer Maximum Performance
    • Prefered Refresh Rate: Highest Available
    • Shader Cache: On
    • Texture Filtering-Anisotropic Sample: On
    • Texture Filtering - Negative LOD bias: Allow
    • Texture Filtering - Quality: High Performance
    • Texture Filtering - Trilinear Optimisation: On
    • Threaded Optimisation: Auto
    • Triple Buffering: Off
    • Vertical Sync: Off
    • Virtual Reality pre-rendered frames: 1
  2. Click Apply

C. CONFIGURE SURROUND, PhysX

  • In this window look for PhysX settings and under processor select your graphic card.
  • Click Apply

D. CHANGE RESOLUTION

  • Choose the highest available Resolution and Refresh rate.
  • Then scroll down and click on Use Nvidia colour settings.
    • Under Output dynamic range choose Full.
  • Click Apply.

THAT'S ALL FOR THIS GUIDE.

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