How to gain FPS?
Tips to Boost FPS
Warning: Only do it if you have the proper knowledge, at your own risk!
I always make a habit of tweaking game settings in notepad, for smoother game performance. I don’t know if it will help you (do it if you want). If you are going to perform step 01, do it carefully.
The way: Go to the Disc where the Steam is > Steam > Steamapps > Common > Shatterline > Open the file “system_windows_pc” (without quotes) with Notepad.
Now that you’ve found the file “system_windows_pc” (without quotes):
Upon entering this file, you will find a part written like this:
- –r_width = resolution of the game
- –r_height = resolution of the game
- sys_maxFPS = Number FPS
Okay! The settings should look exactly like this:
--r_width = 1024
--r_height = 768
- After doing so, save the file and exit.
- Before running the game, lower your monitor resolution to 1024×768.
- Inside the game, go to settings and put “Borderless Window”.
- When entering the game, the screen will be a bit cut off, but it will not interfere with the game (at least not mine).
- Well, if you don’t like it, just change the resolution to one of the normal ones and apply it within the game.
- Whether it works for you, I don’t know. But try it on your own free will. I did it without fear because of knowing how to solve it back, in case there are errors.
This one is simpler and doesn’t need to be in doubt, as it is a change within the game itself.
- Go into game settings and change Shading to Low.
- Still inside the game settings… apply “AMD FSR 1.0” (Choose “Ultra Quality”).
- Still inside the game… if you want to remove those misaligned lines, activate FXAA (FXAA is optional).
This is already more than enough to run lighter.
- If you have a video card (obviously you do) and know how to use the panel, you already know that leaving the settings to use fewer game resources already helps a lot.
Tip #4 (Plus) – Optional
- Follow these directories: Steam > Steamapps > Common > Shatterline > Bin.
- When opening the Bin folder, look for the Shatterline game executable and right-click on it.
- When you right-click on it, go to “Properties”.
- Go to “Compatibility”.
- Check the box that says “Disable fullscreen optimizations”.
- Still in “Compatibility”, go to Change high DPI settings.
- Check the box that says “Override high DPI scaling behavior. Scaling performed by:” and choose “Application”.
- After applying, you can leave the windows.
C’est fait! / È fatta! / It’s done!
Thank you for your attention!
- Inside the file “system_windows_pc” (without quotes)…
- I’ve adjusted the settings again and I’m between 91 and 127 (FPS).
It’s not for copying and pasting, just changing the values. That’s why I mention that modify if you have due knowledge. It is at your own risk!
Below I am putting the values of my settings as they currently are (the items below you will find when looking inside the file):
--r_width = 1024
--r_height = 768
--r_fullscreen = 0
sys_maxFPS = 0
r_ShadersAsyncCompiling = 1
r_ShadersAsyncActivation = 1
r_ShadersAsyncMaxThreads = 1
r_ShadersRemoteCompiler = 1
r_ShadersAllowCompilation = 1
— Spec level: 0 = auto, 1 = low, 2 = medium, 3 = high, 4 = very high. Autodetection not yet implemented for this platform.
r_GraphicsQuality = 1 --r_ShadersGL4=0 r_shadersImport = 2