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V Rising: How to Boost FPS Guide

V Rising is a multiplayer survival game where you’re a Dracula, chopping down trees and building a castle when you’re not dodging daylight and hunting peasants.




In V Rising, you play the game as a vampire who has just awoken from years of slumber. As you’re pretty weak upon waking up, you’ll have to hunt for blood and regain your strength while doing your best to stay alive. 

How to Boost FPS Guide- V Rising

We would be looking at how to boost your FPS {Frames per second} and optimize your gaming PC. But, first, you have to work on your computer and game settings.

Computer Setting 

Game mode: search for Game Mode in your Windows Search Bar (bottom left corner by default). Open the Game Mode Bar and make sure that it’s on. Also, make sure to disable the Xbox game bar. This has been known to cause many issues for many people, and it doesn’t add to performances. Xbox Game Bar is one top of the Game Mode Bar. While here, turn off the background recording if you won’t need it.

Hardware-Accelerated GPU Scheduling

if you have an Nvidia Card with something later than 1000 series {or more recent}, search the graphic setting in the search bar and switch on the hardware accelerating GPU Scheduling. It should be done for all games because it causes good change.  After this, you need to restart your PC.

Latest Game Driver

This is essential. Whatever Graphics Card you might be using, make sure that it is updated constantly. This helps with the overall performance and stability of some new upcoming games. There might be an update meant just for V Rising(so be on the lookout).

Energy Profile

This is significant for Laptop users. You check your battery settings and then see the Energy Profile. Make sure that you choose high performance as it will put all the RAM, CPU, and GPU usage towards your game. Never use Power Saver. 

Intelligence Standby List Cleaner

This is mainly for old machines. You can see your Total System Memory at the top. Just divide this by 2, and write it in the Free Memory. It will help a bit and reduce the stuttering in older PCs.

Image Scaling

You can do this directly through Geforce Experience. Just look for the Image Scaling option and choose 85 %(if you go lower than this, you will suffer greatly on the visuals).

If it’s not here, open the Nvidia control panel and look for Manage 3D Settings. You will see it listed on the right, and you can do it manually this way.

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