If you are having a gaming PC build then it goes slow down with the path of AMD graphics card. Indeed it might need to be set the setting or any portion of the settings is missed. If you are familiar with the settings of AMD, for most you might be known. AMD version whether Radeon or Rayzon are quite professional. Because individually you can set the settings for the games while setting you to decide what graphics are working perfectly with the game. However, the settings will help your gaming era to have good performance and speed. In case, I am using the AMD Radeon graphic card it works great for me with all its features. The best option in AMD is that you set particularly the Gaming and Display section individually.
Mostly the gamer-focused to set there gaming balance performance speed with graphics quality. Most of the computers don’t have a graphics card like AMD, NVIDIA indeed you can do that setting through the graphic of your own computer. Which is already installed on your computer, but for that, you need to install the drivers properly that it should work for you. If you are a serious gaming player, you know how to set the settings for a better performance of a game. In case, you need a specific setting to perform that. Most of the games automatically cover the games to detect graphic settings. While opening the game you will face the performance and speed. But that is working by default, indeed you need to perform the setting by yourself. However, in this guide, I will show you how to optimize AMD Radeon for gaming with the best setting ever.
Firstly, you need to download and install the AMD drivers on your computer. When it installed be sure that it is working properly. And the helper tools option appeared while you are right-clicking. Once it works then you have to perform the settings for performance, speed, quality through the below guide.
How to Optimize AMD Radeon for Gaming
Step 1. When the driver installed successfully, then go ahead to set the settings for a game. Right-click and select the AMD Radeon settings.
Step 2. When the AMD window settings open, be sure that you are using the latest update. Or you can simply update by checking for the new updates, once the update downloaded go ahead and install it.
Step 3. When the AMD graphic updates successfully, now click on “Gaming” from the top menu bar. Then below down click on “Games”, once the list of games opened. Now, individually you can set the settings for every game. For example, I will set the setting of Fortnite.
Step 4. When the Fortnite setting window opened click “Global Graphics”. Select the “Graphics Profile” “eSports”, Enable the “Radeon Anti-Log”, And enable the “Radeon image sharpening” then increase the sharpness up to 80%. Navigate to the “Global Display” select the “Radeon FreeSync” “AMD optimized”. And leave the other settings by default.
Step 5. Once the Global graphics and Global Display settings performed. Scroll down to “Advanced” settings, select “Anti-Aliasing” to “Override application settings”, “Anti-Aliasing level” should be “2X”. And “Anti-Aliasing Method” “Multisampling”. Enable the “Anisotropic Filtering” and “Anisotropic Filtering Level” should be “2X”. Select the “Texture Filtering Quality” into “Performance”. Enable the “Surface Formant Optimization”, select the “Tessellation Mode” into “Override application settings”, select the “Maximum Tessellation Level” into “8X”. And leave the other settings by default.
Step 6. Now select the “Performance” tab and click on “Tuning” on the right-handed click on “Add game profile”.
Step 7. Once the list of games opened, as I had selected Fortnite again here I will select that. Once selected click on the “Add” option.
Step 8. When the game added, go ahead and enable the “CPU Tuning” then increase the “Frequency” up to “2”. Enable “VRAM Tuning” increase the frequency up to “1550”, enable “FAN Tuning” also enable “Advanced Control” and increase the “Min Fan Speed” up to “2500”. Now enable the “Power Tuning” and increase the “Power Limit” up to “50”. At last when the setting performed click on “Apply Changes” on the top.
Step 9. Once all settings are done properly click on the “Performance” tab, and you will see all the changes.
That’s all about how to optimize AMD for Gaming, I hope you have gotten all things related to the settings. And if you think again something is missing feel free to share with us below in the comment section. Or if you liked the article share with your friends on social networks.