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Apex Legends is one of the latest and popular battle royale game. The game’s company released it for all the gaming platforms, PlayStation 4, Xbox and PC. However, PC users encountering some performance issue. If you’re also experiencing Apex Legends with low FPS on your PC, here are the ways how to deal with it.

Four-way to fix Low FPS problem in Apex Legends

Meet the minimum or recommended system requirements

Before you make any changes to your game or system, make sure that your computer is even capable of operating Apex Legends. Check the below-given minimum and recommended system requirements. Typically, the minimum system requirements are just for playing the game, for better experiencing the gaming you must meet the recommended requirements.

Minimum system requirements:

•    Processor: Intel Core i3 3.8GHz or AMD FX-4350 4.2 GHz Quad-core CPU

•    Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64 bit)

•    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GT 640 or Radeon HD 7700

•    RAM: 6GB

•    ROM: 30 GB should be available

Recommended system requirements:

•    Processor: Intel Core i5 or equivalent

•    Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64 bit)

•    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9 290

•    RAM: 8GB

•    ROM: 30 GB should be available

Play Apex Legends with recommended system requirements to run the game smoothly.

Choose high-performance Graphics specifications

Try to play the game with high-performance graphics settings. You can modify graphics specifications right from your Windows settings. To check or change graphics settings, use these steps.

1.    Locate the search bar. It may be at the bottom of the desktop or in the start menu depends on your Windows version.

2.    Type ‘graphics settings.’

3.    Open ‘Graphics settings’ from the best match or search results.

4.    On the Graphics settings window, click the dropdown bar just below to the ‘Choose an app to set preference’ heading.

5.    Select ‘Classic app.’

6.    Then, find and select ‘Apex Legends.’ If you don’t see the Apex Legends there, click the ‘Browse’ button and choose your game.

7.    Now, click the ‘Options’ button. You’ll see graphics specifications options on the screen.

8.    Select ‘High performance’ from the options.

9.    And click ‘Save.’

Try to play your game once again. This will helps you to deal with the Apex Legends FPS issue you’re facing.

Select the right Graphics Card

Usually, Apex Legends selects the in-built Intel graphics card instead of your  NVIDIA, EVGA, AMD, or other and start using it. To view and choose your dedicated graphics card for playing Apex Legends, you need to access the graphics card’s control panel in your computer. Once you reached there select your game as your program. Here is the process for accessing NVIDIA’s control panel.

1.    Start your PC and make sure you’re on the desktop.

2.    Now, right-click anywhere on the desktop except icons.

3.    Click on ‘NVIDIA Control Panel.’ Clicking on it will open the NVIDIA Control Panel window.

4.    Under “Select a Task” menu at the left side, click on ‘Manage 3D Settings’. Manage 3D Settings window opens at the right side.

5.    Open the ‘Program Settings’ tab.

6.    Click on the ‘Select a program to customize’ field.

7.    Add ‘Apex Legend’ to it.

8.    Now, click the second field ‘Select the preferred graphics processor for this program.’

9.    Select ‘High-performance NVIDIA processor.’

10.    Click ‘Apply’ to save.

Once you select the right graphics card, close the graphics card’s control panel and try playing your game.

Check the settings in Apex Legends

You can adjust in-game settings to deal with the Apex Legends low FPS problem. Here are some recommended settings, but if you want you can tweak them as per your need.

1.    Launch ‘Apex Legends.’

2.    Click the ‘Gear’ icon at the bottom to navigate to the settings page.

3.    Then click the ‘Video’ tab.

4.    Now, use these recommended settings to increase FPS.

•    Select ‘Full Screen’ mode.

•    Select the resolution of which your monitor is.

•    Disable V-Sync.

•    Select ‘TSAA’ for Anti-aliasing.

•    Choose ‘High’ for Texture Streaming Budget.

•    Select ‘Anisotropic 4X’ for Texture Filtering.

•    Decrease (Low) the Ambient Occlusion Quality.

•    Also select ‘Low’ for Sun Shadow Coverage, Sun Shadow Detail, Spot Shadow Detail, and Impact Marks.

•    Disable the Volumetric Lighting and Dynamic Spot Shadows.

•    Select ‘Medium’ for Model Detail, Effects Detail, and Ragdolls.

Done! Doing these settings will increase FPS, now you can play Apex Legends smoothly on your PC.

Source By : Apex Legends , Quicken Support

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