AMD Radeon Settings allows the users to adjust image quality and the level of detail in games. Because higher visual quality can impact performance, so achieving an optimal gaming experience need balancing visual quality and performance. For most users, the default driver settings offer the best mix of visual quality and performance, measured in FPS (Frames per second).
FORTNITE AMD SETTINGS OPTIMIZATION
If you have an AMD graphics card, so you are able to follow these steps to optimize Fortnite (and any other game) for your system.
- Open AMD Radeon Software
- Click on the Gaming tab
- Click on Global Settings
- Set Anti-aliasing Mode to Use application settings
- Set Anti-aliasing Method to Multisampling
- Set Morphological Filtering to Off
- Set Anisotropic Filtering Mode to Override application settings
- Set Anisotropic Filtering Level to 2x
- Set Texture Filtering Quality to Performance
- Set Surface Format Optimization to Off
- Please always off Wait for Vertical Refresh
- You have to set off Shader Cache
- You have to set Tessellation Mode to Override application settings
- Set the Maximum Tessellation Level to Off
You are able to set the other settings to whatever you want. You are going to notice a small but noticeable FPS boost.
ACCESSING RADEON SETTINGS GAMING OPTIONS
To access these options open AMD Radeon Settings, so you are able to right click on your desktop and select AMD Radeon Settings. Please, click on the Gaming Tab and then you are able to click on Global Settings. For note: Any changes made in global settings will apply to all 3D applications upon launch. If you want to make customized settings for specific 3D applications, so you are able to make individual application profiles.
You have to know that Anti-Aliasing (AA) improves image quality by reducing jagged edges from textures. Applying AA is able to make an image look smoother and softer, at the expense of lowering FPS. For example, the image on the left has AA applied. Then, the image on the right has no AA applied, even has more jagged edges. There are three options of selecting Anti-Aliasing Mode enables:
- Multisampling Anti-Aliasing (MSAA) improves image quality by reducing aliasing at the edge of textures. But, it cannot remove aliasing on transparent textures such as fences.
- Adaptive Anti-Aliasing (AAA) improves image quality by reducing aliasing at the edge of textures and from transparent textures.
- Sparse Grid Supersampling Anti-Aliasing (SSAA) improves image quality by taking more samples than MSAA and AAA, reducing aliasing from all textures. For your information, SSAA has the highest impact on FPS of all AA settings within Radeon Settings.
Morphological Filtering is a Shader based, post process Anti-Aliasing technique which can be used in combination with the three AA modes. Morphological Filtering is able to have a lower impact on FPS than other AA modes available within Radeon™ Settings. But, in some situations, it may introduce a subtle blur to the image. Morphological Filtering is able to be applied using Override or EnhanceApplication Settings and need that the application is running in exclusive full screen mode.