The Finals FPS Boost: How to Have a Better Experience

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The Finals FPS Boost: How to Have a Better Experience

Do you want a The Finals FPS boost? This is the right place for you! As in any self-respecting shooter, the FPS issue is always central and very delicate. Can you imagine playing The Finals (or any other shooter such as the recent Ready or Not) with few FPS or with continuous drops? No? Well, neither do we. For this reason, it is important that you know how to set all the settings in such a way as to have a The Finals FPS boost that will allow you to make your experience definitely better (and so maybe you will no longer blame your computer if you lose against friends and strangers!). If you are here, it is because the issue is close to your heart, so let's not waste any more time and get straight to the heart of the matter by showing you some things you can do to get a The Finals FPS boost.

Everything You Need to Knoa About The Finals FPS Boost

The first thing to know is that making sure your graphics drivers are always up-to-date is the most important thing. Consequently, the first step to take is to go to your GPU company's website and check that you have installed the latest driver updates available. If so, you're ready to move forward and make your experience in The Finals as smooth as possible; otherwise, install the updates first and then continue.

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Best In-game Settings

The next thing to do is to adjust the in-game settings in order to get the most out of them. In fact, this single step can already give you enormous advantages in terms of FPS and, therefore, gameplay fluidity and everything that comes from it. Below, here are the recommended settings:

  • Resolution Scale: 70
  • Field of View: 100
  • Motion Blur: Disabled
  • NVIDIA RTX Global Illumination: Static
  • View Distance: Medium
  • Anti-Aliasing: High
  • Shadows: Low
  • Post-Processing: Low
  • Texture: Epic
  • Effects: Medium
  • Foliage: Low
  • Global Illumination Resolution: Low

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NVIDIA and AMD GPUs Settings

If you want to take things even further, you will have to act directly on your GPU settings. Depending on the model you have, the procedure to follow will be slightly different, but don't worry: below we explain step by step what you need to do if you own NVIDIA or AMD GPUs.


  • Go to the NVIDIA Control Panel > Manage 3D settings
  • Choose Program Settings > The Finals
  • Optimize for Performance
    • Low Latency Mode: Set to Ultra for quick response
    • OpenGL Rendering GPU: Choose your graphics card
    • Power Management Mode: Set to Maximum Performance
    • Texture Filtering – Quality: Change to High Performance
  • Click “Apply” to save changes


  • Right-click on the desktop and choose AMD Radeon Software
  • Adjusting Game Settings > Gaming  > The Finals
    • Set Texture Filtering Quality to Performance
    • Enable Radeon Boost and Radeon Anti-Lag
    • Modify anti-aliasing and tessellation settings for better performance
  • Click “Apply” to save changes
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Change the Windows Power Options

Finally, if you want a greater The Finals FPS boost, you can also go and tinker with your Windows Power Options. Since Windows is tuned to run in a balanced way to save power, you may want to change this to get the most out of the game FPS-wise. To do this, you will need to follow some simple steps, nothing as difficult as it may seem.

  • Type “Control Panel” in the Windows search bar to open it
  • Hardware and Sound > Power Options > Click on “Show additional plans” > Choose “High Performance” > Click “Apply” to save changes

The Finals FPS Boost

The Finals FPS Boost: How to Have a Better Experience
Diana D'Estefano
Diana has been a huge fan of video games since she was a child. She started her "career" with Nintendo and then moved on to other platforms as well. Although she is a big fan of horror games, she plays almost all genres fearlessly. She writes news, reviews, guides, and features about both AAA and indie games.