Best Baldur's Gate 3 graphics settings Nvidia, AMD low high PC

In this guide, will be covering the best Baldur's Gate 3 (BG3) in-game graphics settings, the best Nvidia and AMD GPU settings to increase FPS in BG3 on low-end or high-end PC. Here we’ll show you the absolute best settings you can apply to your system alongside other tips tricks and optimizations you can set on BG3 to get the best performance possible regardless of your system specs whether you're running on an older system, brand new system, high-end or low-end PC, running Windows 10 or Windows 11. Regardless of your system specs this guide is going to help you with the best gameplay experience possible for your machine.

How to optimize your Nvidia GPU, graphics for Baldur's Gate 3 on any computer?

In this Nvidia GPU optimization guide, we’ll show you the best settings to apply and configure for your Nvidia control panel to get most of your graphics card, your PC will perform much faster, your GPU will be more optimal and you will get much better fps.

- First, it is really important that you always keep your Nvidia graphics card drivers up to date.

- Next go to Nvidia Control Panel (you can download it from Microsoft store or Nvidia's official website) 

- Click Adjust image settings with preview and make sure to Use the advanced 3D image settings. Then click on Take me there and it will take you to the Manage 3D settings.

- Image Scaling - On (keep it to somewhere between 50% to 60%, basically if you play your game on a lower resolution and you upscale it you will still get a quality gameplay but with much better fps) 

- Ambit Occlusion and everything related to Ambient Occlusion and Anisotropic Filtering I would recommend you to turn them off but with an exception of the Gamma Correction. You always want to need it On. This will take care of your in-game colors and 3D images. 

- Background Application Max Frame Rate - On (leave it to somewhere between 20 to 30 FPS). This will limit the application appears running in the background so your games will get a lot of FPS boost.

- Cuda - GPUs - Select your main GPU and keep it All 

- DSR - Factors - Off  

- Low Latency Mode - Ultra (this will reduce the input latency)

- Max Frame Rate - Off

- Multi-Frame Sampled AA (MFAA) - Off

- OpenGL GDI compatibility - Auto 

- OpenGL rendering GPU - Make sure that it is your primary GPU 

- Power Management Mode - Prefer maximum performance 

- Preferred refresh rate - Highest available 

- Shadow Cache Size - Driver Default but if you want to you can limit it to 5 GB or 10 GB 

- Texture Filtering - Anisotropic sample - Off

- Texture Filtering - Negative LOD bias - Allow 

- Texture Filtering - Quality - High Performance

- Texture Filtering - Trialinear optimization - On 

- Threaded optimization - On

- Triple buffering - Off 

- Vertical Sync - Off

- Virtual Reality pre-rendered frame - 1 

- Virtual Reality - Variable Rate - Off

- Vulkan / OpenGL present method - Auto 

- Next, Click Configures Surround, PhysX - Make sure to select your GPU


Now, Go to the Display - Adjust desktop colors settings 

- Digital vibrance: 70% 

Go to the Video 

- Adjust Video Color Settings - 60%

- In the Advanced settings make sure that it is set to Full 

How to optimize your Radeon GPU, graphics for Baldur's Gate 3 on any computer? 

- First, make sure that your Windows OS is up-to-date (recommended OS: Windows 11) 

- De-animate your Windows (by default Windows has a lot of animations and they really slow the Windows down. If you have a really low-end PC and for that you need to search for adjust the appearance and performance of Windows using your search bar and performance option will open. Now, click on it, just for the best performance select show thumbnails instead of icons as well as smooth edges rainfalls. This will improve your performance right away. After that you will find the advanced section over there and for the processor schedule link you need to make sure that it is set to programs instead of background Services. Once it is done simply click on apply and close performance options. 

Best Graphics Settings, Baldur's Gate 3, BG3,  Nvidia, AMD, Low-End, High-End PC

- Next, download the AMD Radeon software. What you need to do is click on the download now button and you have to select your Radeon graphics. If you don’t already know your graphics card you can simply download the Windows drivers which will Auto detect the driver and update it to the latest version or you can simply search for your driver manually and download and update your GPU drivers. Once you downloaded and update your drivers to the latest version for your GPU you need to follow the best settings. So once you're on your desktop what you need to do is right click and click on the AMD software. Once you are there make sure to go over to the settings and follow the same graphics settings.

- Set your graphics profile to gaming 

- Super Resolution - Disabled 

- Anti-Lag - On

- Image Scaling - On (set it to somewhere between 70 or 80) 

- Vertical Refresh - Off

- Anti-Aliasing - Use application settings 

- Anti-Aliasing Method - Multi-sampling 

- Texture - Performance 

- Surface Format Optimization - Enabled 

- Tessellation and Maximum Tessellation level - 2X

- Then override system settings and clear the Shader cache 

- Then go to the display settings and make sure that Freesync Premium is enabled

- Custom Color - Enabled 

- Saturation - 150 or 160 (this will increase the color efficiency of your games)

- Color Deficiency Correction - Disabled 

- Display Color Enhancement - Disabled

- Go to the Hotkey section and make sure to disable it

- Go to Record & Stream and then make sure that Record Desktop is turned Off

- Instant Replay - Off (This will give you the best FPS possible whenever you're playing the game.

Go to Preferences 

- In-game Overlay - Off

- Web Browser - Off

- System Tray Menu - On 

- Advertisements - Off

- Toes Notifications - Off 

- Always On Top - Off

- Animations & Effects - Off 

- Go to the performance section and then into the Tuning section - there you will find your installed GPU now, what you need to do is Enabled the AMD SmartAccess Memory and that should be helping you guys a lot. 

Best Baldur's Gate 3 In-game graphics settings for low or high-end PC

- Display Adaptor - Make sure that your display using your proper GPU

- Resolution - Native

- Refresh Rate - Use maximum refresh rate 

- Display Mode - Fullscreen

- VSync - On

- Model Quality - Medium

- Detail Distance - High

- Instance Distance - Medium

- Texture Quality - Ultra (depends on the amount of Vram)

- Texture Filtering - Anisotropic x16

- Animation Level of Detail - Medium 

- Dynamic Crowds - Off

- Shadow Quality - Medium

- Cloud Quality - Medium

- Fog Quality - Medium 

- Nvidia DLSS - Quality 

- AMD FSR 1.0 - Off   

- Anti-Aliasing - None

- Ambient Occlusion - Checked

- Depth of Field - None 

- God Rays - Un-Checked

- Bloom - Un-Checked

- Subsurface Scattering - Un-Checked

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