Games like Nine to Five are fast-paced and generally require high FPS. A lot of problems can occur when you play the game while lagging, and you might end up losing every time. Fortunately, there are ways to boost your FPS, and we will talk about them in this article.
How to Boost FPS in Nine to Five
Like every other game, you can constantly adjust your settings to suit your computer’s needs. You shouldn’t overlook a low FPS as it can heavily affect your gameplay.
No matter how skilled a player you are, there is nothing you can do once your game lags. This is why it’s essential to take countermeasures beforehand. We will teach you ways to boost your FPS and allow smoother gameplay.
Adjusting Graphic Settings
To boost your FPS, the first thing you need to do is to go to the game’s Settings. Under the “Graphics” tab, set the following:
- Resolution: 1920 x 1000
- Window Mode: Fullscreen
- Resolution Scale: 100
- Vertical Sync: Off
- Max FPS: Off
- Gamma: 0
- Brightness: 50
- Contrast: 40
- Field of View: 90
- Relative Aim FOC: Off
- Temporal Upsampling: Off
- View Distance: Low
- Hierarchical LOD System: Off
- Shadows: Low
- Textures: Low
- Combat Companion Picture-in-Picture View: Always Off
- Lens Flare: Off
- Bloom: Off
- Motion Blur: Off
- Foliage: Low
- Effects: Low
- Post-processing: Low
- Anti-alias method: Off
Apply changes and exit the game. Head to Steam’s Library and right-click Nine to Five to go to Properties. Do the following:
- Under Local Files, select Browse
- Head to Nine to Five folder and select Binaries
- In the Win64 Folder, scroll down until you find NineToFiveClient-Win64-Shipping
- Right-click and press Show More Options to go to Properties
- Under the Compatibility tab, check the box beside Disable Fullscreen Optimizations
- Change High DPI settings and check Override high DPI scaling behavior.
- Apply and close all tabs.
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