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Escape from Tarkov: How to get more FPS - The best settings for a graphics boost


Escape from Tarkov: How to get more FPS - The best settings for a graphics boost

In the extraction shooter Escape from Tarkov, fast reaction times are the difference between victory and defeat. A high frame rate is also important so that you can react quickly to opponents. We'll show you the best settings for a graphics boost with more FPS.

In fast-paced battles, which are particularly common in shooters, your own reaction time is often important. If you are too slow, you will lie on the ground and the opponent will stand triumphantly over you.

But the graphics performance of your system can also determine whether you can finish a round victoriously.

With our recommendations for the graphics options in Escape from Tarkov, you can get more FPS from your graphics card and be one step ahead of your opponents, even on new maps.

All graphics settings for more FPS at a glance

With the following settings you get a graphics boost for higher frame rates in the realistic hardcore shooter Escape from Tarkov. In keeping with this, the developers have also made a change to the game that players of the extraction shooter had to wait a long time for.

Where do you find the options? You can access the game options via the main menu → click on the gear symbol at the bottom right → all options will be displayed here → now select the Graphics tab:

  • Screen resolution: Select the resolution of your monitor here
  • Screen mode: Borderless
  • Page ratio: 16×9
  • Vsync: Disabled
  • General graphics quality: individual
  • Texture Quality: Medium
  • Shadow Quality: Low
  • Object LOD quality: 2.5
  • Total visibility: 400-1000
  • Antialiasing: TAA high (for even more FPS only TAA) [can only be selected if DLSS is deactivated]
  • Resampling: 1x Off [can only be selected if DLSS is deactivated]
  • NVIDIA DLSS: Off (currently still bugged)
  • AMD FSR 1.0: Off (currently still bugged)
  • AMD FSR 2.2: Off (currently still bugged)
  • HBAO: Off
  • SSR: Off
  • Anisotropic filtering: per texture
  • Nvidia Reflex Low Latency: on
  • Sharpness: 0.2 – 0.5
  • Lobby FPS Limit: 60
  • Game FPS limit: Depends on the refresh rate of your monitor
  • High Quality Color: Disabled
  • Z-Blur: Disabled
  • Chromatic aberrations: Disabled
  • Noise: Disabled
  • Grass Shadow: Disabled
  • Mip Streaming: Disabled
  • Lower texture resolution in Streets of Tarkov: Disabled

Important game options and one final tip

Here are other settings you should adjust in the options. You can find these on the Game tab in the Options window:

  • Automatic RAM cleaner: On (Activate only temporarily, do not use permanently)
  • Use only physical cores: On
  • Field of view: 70-75
  • Head movement: 0.2

How to display FPS in game? The quickest and easiest way to display the FPS in the game is to use Escape from Tarkov itself. To do this you have to do the following:

  • In game, press ' to open the command line.
  • Now enter “fps 1” and press Enter
  • The FPS should now be displayed in the game

Should the graphics driver be up to date? Yes absolutely. Nvidia and AMD usually deliver updated graphics card drivers on a regular basis. In addition to the usual bug fixes, these also bring quality and, above all, performance optimizations for current titles. It is therefore advisable to regularly update your graphics driver.