FPS Settings

Game, Support / Saturday, March 9th, 2019

Frame per second or FPS for short is one of the key points to winning any game that you play. This applies to all genres, all games, and all devices. If you face with someone that has a high FPS and you end up with 30-40 range during combat, it is highly likely that the enemy player you’re facing with will take you down. It is also very crucial for the performance of your device as well. If you try to run Fortnite on ultra graphics while your graphics card is barely supporting medium, there is no point of doing that just to get better graphics over FPS. 

There are many ways to improve FPS on PC as it allows you to adjust your graphics card for a better gaming experience. If you own an Nvidia graphics card we must say you’re lucky because the control panel that already comes with your driver has a lot of twists and tweaks where you can make the right adjustments to improve your FPS in Fortnite Battle Royale. Before we get down to Nvidia settings, you need to make sure that the graphics are set to minimum in-game. After setting everything to the lowest setting possible follow the steps below.


  • Rick click Desktop and open up Nvidia Control Panel
  • Navigate to Manage 3D Settings option in the menu left.
  • Click on Program Settings and find Fortnite, if you can’t just click Add and done.
  • Now, from the list below, we need to make some adjustments. The settings we are about to make will only apply to Fortnite but you can do the same to pretty much any other game if you are having troubles in frame rates. 
  • Set Maximum pre-rendered frames to 1
  • Set your Power Management Mode to Prefer Maximum Performance
  • Set Preferred Refresh Rate to Highest Available
  • Set Texture filtering – Quality to Performance
  • Disable Vertical Sync( This is a must if you miss it this guide might not work well.
  • Enable Threaded Optimization

Once you are done with these you can slightly increase the overall quality of the game to get better visuals but make sure that once you get a slight drop in FPS while playing you should stop optimizing the in-game graphics settings and let it be the way it is.