This guide will show you the optimum settings for absolute best visual quality at max settings
Window Mode: Fullscreen if only gaming, Windowed Borderless if multitasking (alt+tabbing).
Screen Resolution: Default/same as your monitor.
Anti-Aliasing: TAA. Other settings either blur edges too much or add distracting amounts of motion blur.
Motion Blur: Off. Why would anyone want vaseline vision?
Chromatic Aberration: Off. Textures become slightly blurred when set to on.
Adaptive FX Quality: Off. AFAIK when set to on it will lower effects quality to improve FPS.
FOV: What ever feels right to you.
VSync: Turn off if you lag, leave on if no lag felt. It will prevent visual tearing when turned on, but can also increase latency.
Limit FPS: Off. Unless temps are too high, in which case set it just above your monitor’s refresh rate.
Quality/Custom Quality: Epic for all. No need to explain this one.
HDR: On if available.
Brightness/Contrast/Saturation: Default, or whatever looks best on your monitor.
Graphics API: DirectX 12 if available.
Sharpening: FidelityFX if available. It will make textures sharper/clearer.
Resolution Scale: 100. Anything lower will make the game become pixelated.
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