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Game settings can be the difference between a good game và a great game. They can take you from a solid play to an excellent play. But there’s always a trade-off with settings. Great image chất lượng takes a lot out of your system.

When playing competitively, you need to lớn find the balance between a nice-looking game và a fast-running game. So which settings will give you this balance? Where’s the line? Well, let’s explore that together.

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Minimum requirements

Before we get into your settings, let’s have a look at your system. In order khổng lồ run competitive PUBG in all its glory, you’ll need a minimum of the following requirements. But if you’re serious about your game, you should always go higher. Spend a little more here and there, up your system, and see the difference it makes!

Here are the official requirements for the game:

CPU: Intel core i5-4430/ AMD FX-6300


OS: 64-Bit Windows 7/8.1/10

GOY: Nvidia GeForce GTX 960 2GB / AMD Radeon R7 370 2GB

Free Disk Space: 30 GB

More RAM, a better graphics card, maybe a better CPU? You’ll thank us later. But for those of us without PUBG cài đặt spending money, we rely on our settings to lớn give us that sweet performance boost. So let’s look into what it is we need to bởi to enhance our play!


The following are the best settings for PUBG PC. We’ve scoured the mạng internet looking for tips and tricks & compiled our findings khổng lồ save the next weary PUBG competitor a few minutes. Now, what works for others may not always work for you. All our systems are beautiful và unique, so it might take throwing a few games trying stuff out before you find the optimum position for your system and preferences. Hopefully, we’ll cover everything enough that you’ll feel equipped with everything you need khổng lồ customize freely!

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You’re going khổng lồ want lớn set this khổng lồ the maximum your monitor will allow. A higher resolution lowers your chances of missing those small details that can make or break a game. Plus, it looks rad. But in the event that your thiết đặt is a little less high-end, & you’re desperately looking for that edge on your performance, try a slightly lower resolution, see if it makes a difference. Trialing stuff out is super important for finding your perfect settings, and this is an easy one lớn figure out.

Lobby FPS Cap and In-Game FPS Cap

Your ‘Lobby FPS Cap’ can be set khổng lồ 30 or 60 to lớn reduce the load on your GPU. This is all well and good, see if it helps, but it won’t make a difference to your in-game performance. But maybe you’re feeling like being kind khổng lồ your GPU after everything it’s done for you. No? You’re going to lớn set it lớn unlimited? Yeah, I get that.

Now, for your ‘In-Game FPS Cap’, you’re going lớn want to lớn set this to lớn what your monitor can output. This is usually 60, 144, or 240hz. Little side lưu ý as we’re talking settings. If you have a 144hz monitor, you should kiểm tra to see you can’t overclock this lớn 165. It’s usually in the monitor’s menu. Check it out while you’re there!


Render scale

Now, what this means is what percentage of your chosen resolution you want the trò chơi to output. For example, if you chose a 1440p resolution và set this khổng lồ 100, your game will đầu ra at a resolution of 1440p. If you mix your render scale at 70, it would give you 70% of the 1440p, which is closer khổng lồ 1080p. Lowering your render scale will decrease the load on your system and increase your FPS as a trade-off for image quality. This is a good idea if you’re looking for a sweet performance boost và don’t care too much about having a pretty-looking game. But remember being able khổng lồ see what’s happening is always good. A really fast pile of crap is still a pile of crap.

This is the game we play, fast game, pretty game.

Conversely, if you have a NASA strength system & want lớn experience PUBG in all its glory, you can pump your render scale up lớn 120%. This will reduce your FPS & increase your image quality. For competitive play, we’re going to lớn recommend you don't vày this. Is the flex worth it? Well, maybe, but you should probably use your awesome system for other things.

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At 120%, you thua trận around 15% of your FPS, at 70% render scale, you’ll gain an average of 30% FPS. Neat. But your image quality pays the price. This is a great setting lớn play around with. It depends a lot on your system và your preference. With me, for example, it’s a wonder PUBG even runs on my poor excuse for a system. So that 70% render scale is a lifesaver. Have a look and find your perfect setting!

Camera FOV (field of view)

The lower your FOV, the narrower your vision gets & the bigger objects appear. The higher your FOV, the wider your FOV but the smaller objects appear. Kind of like a fisheye lens. Fiddling around with this can have a huge impact on your game. Most obviously, either direction increases your chances of missing enemies. Either because they’re outside your peripheral vision on a lower FOV, or because they’re too small on a larger FOV. Another thing khổng lồ consider is that a larger FOV puts a larger strain on your system as it has lớn render more. However, the difference in performance is negligible. So, at the kết thúc of the day, it depends on how you play & what you like. But, as always, try it at its lowest và see if the tiny performance boost is worth it for that lost FOV.


This setting blurs the edges of your pixels, giving you a smoother image. Changing this from very low to lớn ultra, only results in around a 3% FPS drop. Which might be worth it. Not only does it look better, but it also stops those distracting pixels when you’re really in the zone. If ultra isn’t working for you and things look a little too smooth, try high or medium settings out. It could make all the difference to your play. But, if you’re really focused on maximizing your FPS, leave this bad boy on low. I’m just saying you should give it a chance.


This setting dictates additional shaders, shadows, and lighting. Overall, it will give you a really nice looking game with objects having more depth and your overall image looking really, really awesome. It’s most noticeable inside buildings where things can not only look better but a bit brighter, so if you’re going to lớn toggle it have a look both indoors and outdoors. Having this on high will give you an 11% drop in FPS. So maybe leave those sweet images to the players who can afford it. 



The shadows setting decides the intensity, depth, và even realism of shadows. Want your trò chơi to look great? It’s going to cost you. Rad shadows, as with other image settings, will give your performance a big hit. When going from ultra to lớn very low, the difference is a staggering 13% in FPS. Shadows can also hide details in your character, weapons, và surroundings. Most pro players will usually crank their brightness up for the extra visibility regardless so this performance hit will be a miss from us và we recommend you bởi vì the same. Unless you’re trying lớn get the perfect PUBG screenshot for your desktop image. Then, well, I have more concerns about you than I bởi your FPS. 


Of all the things to lớn impact your visuals, textures will probably play the largest role. Taking your trò chơi from Minecraft lớn omg-I-can-see-the-individual-blades-of-grass will only hit your FPS by about 6%. So this is a pretty solid trade-off. Not only does your trò chơi look heaps better, but those textures & details can help your play. But again, it’s up lớn you, maybe that 6% is what you need, I get that.


Low FPS? It’s probably your effects setting. This badboy gobbles your frame rate like no other yet arguably has the smallest noticeable change. Effects is the epitome of ‘nice khổng lồ have’, adding reflections, lighting effects on your weapon, water shine, even adding a little something extra khổng lồ your bullets. The màn chơi of detail in the game is incredible, but a little unwelcome (sorry Mr. PlayerUnknown). You could argue the difference is even more dramatic as it can be harder to see enemies in the billowing smoke or with those distracting fire embers.


On average, having effects on ultra vs very low had a 20% hit on FPS. That’s a big trade off for some pretty bullets. The biggest hit was around water, fire, và - of course - the dreaded PUBG smoke. Setting effects lớn low will give you a performance boost but that smoke will still destroy your performance. There’s, unfortunately, no setting for booting anyone who throws a smoke grenade. Yet.


This setting will not, contrary to lớn what we all hoped, reduce the amount of grass or trees. Or, at least, that much. I’d hoped reducing it would let me see folks in the grass better, or at least give me a huge performance boost for the reduction in grass. Unfortunately, only a few really far away trees were purged. This was still great, you can probably see that little bit better at a distance if you have it on low and it won’t harm your FPS. It’s well worth cranking this lớn low.

View distance

This one was difficult. In that, I didn’t see much of a difference at all. There wasn’t a huge difference in FPS & having this on ultra vs low didn’t help tremendously in seeing far-out things. So maybe leave this on low for the performance boost, or pump it to lớn ultra just in case you see something in the far-out distance. Depends on your play style.

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Sharpen is anti-aliasing’s evil twin. Not that either is good or bad but… you get what I mean. Anti-aliasing blurs, ‘sharpen’ well, sharpens. Things look a little better when sharpen is on medium or ultra và the FPS difference is negligible at best. Play around with it, see what you think.


We hope this guide would be useful khổng lồ figure out the best settings for your và your gaming equipment! Play around with these settings và let us know what you think. Once you've found what works for you, make sure khổng lồ join us in a Weekly Brawl or Tournament, so you can turn your hard work into rewards. Join G-Loot now to lớn track your PUBG stats và start reaping your rewards!