Best Settings for Pubg Lite PC for Max Performance and Gameplay
PUBG PC lite is a new low graphics version of PUBG PC meant for low-end systems. But even though it is made for low-end systems, many people are not able to get FPS they want for PUBG lite. So what can we do to increase the FPS OF PUBG PC Lite? So be at noobs2pro decided to find the best settings to help to fix the lag in pubg pc lite and get the FPS you need to get those chicken dinners. Here are the best settings for PUBG PC.
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|1920×1080 (max resolution)
|144 or same as the monitor refresh rate
|Overall Graphics Quality
|Medium or High
|Low or Medium
|High – Ultra
First and most important tip: Install the game on an SSD. No other alternative for professional gamers. You can buy them at a very cheap cost on amazon.
1)PUBG Lite In-game settings
Launch PUBG PC and open the settings by clicking on the options icon on the top right(Looks like a gear).
Now open the Graphics tab in pubg pc lite. I will show you how to set every setting to fix lag in pubg pc lite. Do note that after adjusting the graphics system, we need to do a restart of the game so that the settings are correctly applied.
- Display Mode: Full Screen.
Fullscreen is the best option to go when it comes to performance and FPS. Borders are a distraction. You can focus better and get easy kills with fullscreen.
- Resolution Settings: use your native resolution.
Using your default monitor resolution is the best choice for performance and quality balance unless your PC is too old to run at the default resolution. But if you need to reduce it below 720p, Then it is better not to play the game at all. Not to be rude, but players will spot you, but you won’t be able to spot them — a terrible disadvantage for gaming and PUBG PC lite.
- Max FPS Limit: Unlimited or Display Based depending on your system.
If you have a better display and a decent graphics card, then limit the fps to your screens refresh rate. (60,120,144,244) etc
Note: unlocking the frame rate might cause overheating problems if your system has heating issues if you are using a laptop.
PUBG PC LITE Advanced settings
- Dynamic Resolution: Disable
A Dynamic Resolution is an option that keeps adjusting your resolution so that you get the best balance between resolution and FPS. The problem, however, is with an online game dynamic resolution causes lag. You will get sudden frame drops when the dynamic resolution makes adjustments.
- Render Scale: 100 or 90.
Do not change this setting unless it’s a last resort. Going below 100 will cause blurry textures and will mess up your gaming. You’ll die in sniper battles obviously. But it does give an fps boost. Do not go below 90.
- FPP Camera FOV: 103 or (default)
This is a personal preference, but all the pro players I asked prefer to maximize the FOV.
A wider field of view (FOV) increases what you can see from the player’s viewpoint. It is best for both TPP AND FPP PUBG players. However, lower values will improve your performance. Test and see what you comfortable with. Otherwise, leave it at default.
2) Advanced Graphics settings
- Overall Graphics Quality: CUSTOM
We will review each setting and specify each according to our needs and gaming setup.
So let’s begin:
- Antialiasing: Very Low or low
This setting has a Huge impact on FPS unless you have good graphics go with very low. For those who don’t know what it refers below:
Note: Very Low: no Antialiasing, Low: FXAA, Medium and high: TAA.
- Post-Processing: Low or Medium
Minimal visual changes Keep it at low or medium and get the best fps for PUBG pc lite.
- Shadows: Very Low.
It has the 2nd biggest impact fps after textures. Always very low. You need the extra performance for textures. To save graphics resources as much as you can always go with very low shadows.
- Textures: Medium/High.
The texture quality setting in most essential PUBG PC lite setting. Make sure you use the best quality you can for your pc. If you a 4GB graphics card or higher, go with high and ultra settings. This will help you spot players and get easy kills. Especially while sniping. If you have a 2gb graphics card go with medium settings
- Effects: Very Low.
This option affects the flash of enemy guns. Sniper players should put it to high. But it will cause a considerable fps hit So be warned.
If you are sniper keep it at high otherwise, go with very low. You will get better FPS and smoother gameplay. For most players, I recommend using very low.
- Foliage: Very Low.
Always very low. It doesn’t matter if you have an RTX 2080TI. Keep it very low. No other setting can help you spot hidden players around the MAP as this setting can. So keep it as low as possible. You also get a good FPS boost so definitely worth it.
- View Distance: Medium or Low
It hardly affects your fps unless you put it to high. I suggest keeping it to medium instead of very low. I personally felt that the game lags with Very Low. Go with medium
- Lighting: Enabled
I personally recommend always keeping this on. With this option off you do get an FPS boost, but the game looks bad, and the colours are quite bland. Unless you are using an Intel graphics card, I suggest keeping this option on.
- V-Sync: Off
Disable this as it creates lag and limits fps. Use it only if you have an RTX 2080TI. But then, why are you here.
Once you are done with choosing your settings, click Apply to save the changes you just made.
3)PUBG Gameplay settings
Inventory screen character render: Off
Disable this option. It will boost the FPS by around 30%. I do not know why developers implemented it in such a power-hungry way. But this feature does more harm than good. turn it off to fix the lag in pubg pc lite
2) Graphics card settings
Always update your graphics card drivers.
Update all the drivers. Also, make sure that you update direct x to the latest version. Use Driver Booster for updating all other drivers.
If its NVIDIA, Visit this site and download Geforce Experience
if its AMD, Visit this site and download Radeon™ Graphics Drivers
1) NVIDIA Graphics cards for PUBG lite:
You need to use the below settings for Nvidia cards to get the best performance.
Nvidia control Panel > Manage 3D Settings > Program Settings >
- Anisotropic filtering: Application-controlled
- Antialiasing – FXAA: Off
- Antialiasing – Gamma correction: On
- Antialiasing – mode: Application-controlled
- Antialiasing – Transparency: Off
- Maximum pre-rendered frames: 1
- Multi-Frame Sampled AA (MFAA): Off
- Multi-display/mixed-GPU acceleration: Single display performance mode
- Optimize for Compute Performance: Off
- Power management mode: Prefer maximum performance
- Preferred Refresh rate: Highest available
- Shader Cache: On
- Texture filtering – Anisotropic sample optimization: On
- Texture filtering – Negative LOD bias: Allow
- Texture filtering – Quality: High Performance
- Texture filtering – Trilinear optimization: On
- Tripple buffering: Off
- Threaded optimization: On
- Vertical Sync: Off
- Virtual Reality pre-rendered frames: 1
Now for Nvidia Experience turn the following features off for some extra performance boost.
- General > In-Game Overlay: Off
- Shield > Gamestream: Off
2)AMD Graphics card settings for PUBG pc lite
You need to use the below settings for AMD cards to get the best performance.
AMD Radeon Settings > Gaming > Select PUBG lite
- Antialiasing Mode: Use application settings
- Antialiasing Method: Multisampling
- Morphological Filtering: Off
- Anisotropic Filtering Mode: Use Application settings
- Texture Filtering Quality: Performance
- Surface Format Optimization: On
- Wait for Vertical Refresh: Always off
- OpenGL Triple Buffering: Off
- Shader Cache: On
- Tessellation Mode: Override application settings
- Maximum Tessellation Level: Off
- AMD FreeSync: AMD optimized
- Frame Rate Target Control: Disabled
For more tips on optimizing, windows 10 read: How to make your pc faster
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Hopefully, you can now get a better FPS and fix the lag in PUBG PC lite with these new settings. Than before. Thanks for reading. I hope you liked it. Share and support fellow gamers.
See you in-game.