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  1. Posts : 277
    Windows 10 Home 64 bit
       #1

    help boost fps on a low spec pc


    Out of Lock pages in memory or increase a process working set would help boost fps on a low spec pc?

    I stumbled upon increase scheduling priority and lockpagesinmemory in an article I found and it seems to do okay but when I run cinebench 15 my fps is 103fps but when I use increase a process working set my fps is 109 and I also read in a server book that increase a process working set enhances performance?

    What do you think about it brink?
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  2. Posts : 632
    Linux Lite
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    what game are you playing?
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  3. Posts : 4,871
    Windows 11 Pro 64-bit
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    The resolution that you play at has the biggest effect on gaming performance. If you are not getting an adequate framerate at 25601440, then drop to 19201080. The number of pixels is reduced by about 44%, but the performance will improve by about 40%. Going from 19201080 to 1600900 is a 30% drop in pixel count, but will give you about a 20% boost in framerate. Lowering the resolution will make your game look more pixelated, but that might be a necessary sacrifice in order to run the game at an acceptable framerate. Lowering the resolution should give you more frames per second, but don't adjust the resolution here. Instead, load your chosen game and look for the graphics settings. Here you can change the resolution and many other settings.

    Update your graphics card driver.

    Just about everything in the game settings, such as shadow quality and draw distance, can affect your FPS. If you’re not getting the performance you’d like, try lower some of the video settings.

    Also, NVIDIA’s GeForce Experience and AMD’s Gaming Evolved clients will automatically optimize your game’s video settings based on your hardware.

    Adjusting anti-aliasing can be particularly helpful for improving sub-par performance. Anti-aliasing smooths out lines around borders of objects to make them less pixelated, which can take a lot of hardware power. In your games settings, first try disabling anti-aliasing altogether and then slowly turning it up to the point that it works while still leaving you satisfied with your FPS.

    The same sentiment goes for most other graphics settings, including draw distance and shadows. Lighting effects, including shadows, tend to be real performance drains, so if you can live with basic effects, you can make the difference between a game being unplayable and playable.

    This isn't something we recommend for everyone, but if you know what you're doing and understand that there's a risk of breaking your graphics card, CPU, and RAM, you can run them faster. This should give you a few extra fps.

    Your first port of call should be the graphics card, since this has the most direct impact on fps. You may find an option to overclock the GPU in the driver itself (launch the interface from the relevant icon in the Windows Notification area). Alternatively, you might need to track down third-party software.

    Overclocking the CPU and RAM is easier, as you should find the settings in your PC's BIOS. Simply reboot, press Delete (or whichever key takes you to the BIOS) and look for the performance settings.

    The Game Mode feature, which prioritizes your computer's resources on whatever game you're playing, delegating background tasks to specific CPU cores for an overall performance boost.
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  4. Posts : 277
    Windows 10 Home 64 bit
    Thread Starter
       #4

    I play a variety of games from gta v,hitman,roblox, contol etc.
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  5. Posts : 277
    Windows 10 Home 64 bit
    Thread Starter
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    Increase scheduling priority with the account username and win32priorityseparation value of 26 I noticed my computer is more responsive and cinebench 15 I noticed my score for cpu and opengl went up.
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  6. NTN
    Posts : 976
    W10 19045.2546
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    smirk24 said:
    Increase scheduling priority with the account username and win32priorityseparation value of 26 I noticed my computer is more responsive and cinebench 15 I noticed my score for cpu and opengl went up.
    My win32priorityseparation is on 26 too....so the programs have priority before the background.
    Attachment 384019

    Or does other values do/add something else..?
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  7. Posts : 277
    Windows 10 Home 64 bit
    Thread Starter
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    Win32priorityseparation value 26 and SeIncreaseBasePriorityPrivilege

    Change User Rights Assignment Security Policy Settings in Windows 10

    - - - Updated - - -

    Follow the instructions of the link above

    ntrights +r SeIncreaseBasePriorityPrivilege -u "put the name of the user account here"
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  8. NTN
    Posts : 976
    W10 19045.2546
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    smirk24 said:
    Win32priorityseparation value 26 and SeIncreaseBasePriorityPrivilege

    Change User Rights Assignment Security Policy Settings in Windows 10

    - - - Updated - - -

    Follow the instructions of the link above

    ntrights +r SeIncreaseBasePriorityPrivilege -u "put the name of the user account here"
    Attachment 384020

    And now my Ferrari will also be able to fly backwards around the moon if it wants to....maybe?
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  9. Posts : 277
    Windows 10 Home 64 bit
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    NTN said:
    Attachment 384020

    And now my Ferrari will also be able to fly backwards around the moon if it wants to....maybe?
    No you'll need the go faster sticker for that
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  10. NTN
    Posts : 976
    W10 19045.2546
       #10

    smirk24 said:
    No you'll need the go faster sticker for that
    It also works in W11...on my VOLVO laptop.
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