In this quick guide, we’ll show you the best settings to run Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy smoothly on low or high-end PC.
So let’s start with the Game Mode, make sure that this feature is turned ON
Xbox Game Bar - OFF
Under the capture, make sure that the Background Recording and the Recorded Audio is turned OFF.
Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling - ON
Next, make sure that your graphics driver is up-to-date.
Under the power option, make sure that you're playing balance or high performance.
Now, let’s open the game settings - go to the Display.
Make sure that you are playing this game at Full Screen.
Refresh Rate - use proper refresh rate for your monitor.
Vsync - ON
Dynamic Resolution - OFF
Resolution Scale - 100
AMD Fidelity FX CAS Sharpening - if you like sharpening you can definitely go with something like 40%.
Nvidia DLSS - QUALITY
Anisotropic Texture Filtering – if you are playing the Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy on high end PC then you can go with 16x. For low-end PC users you can go with 4x and if you're playing on an integrated GPU go with 2x.
Level of Detail - MEDIUM
Shadow Quality - LOW
Texture Quality - if you have 3GB or more of Vram go with HIGH and if you have less than 3GB go with LOW.
Ray-Traced Reflections - OFF
Ray-Traced Transparent Reflections - OFF
Make sure that Screen Space Reflections / Motion Blur / Radial blur / Chromatic Aberration / Lens Flare and Depth of Field are all turned OFF.