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Performance tweaks for the Low End PC
Hi there, as you might know, this is the kind of post that is dedicated for the people with low end pc's
Back Up your files before editing it or replacing it, as if you don't, you might have to download the game again and that is a pain in the ♥♥♥, so, be carefull with those ini files.
About The Specs
First off, i'll introduce to my pc specs, the potato masher which i made the experiment with.
It is a laptop HP pavilion G7 series AMD A8 4500m APU Cuad Core 1.9 Ghz with turbo up to 2.8 Ghz (But in Task mannager never goes more than 2.3 Ghz on turbo clock speed) AMD Radeon HD 7640g Ram 4 Gig ddr3 at 1066 Mhz
The Key Parameter
Well, as crappy as this laptop is, and with the config i'll upload, the games runs at 56 fps, but fluctuates between 51 to 59 fps depending of the stage.
The file that needs to be tweaked is BaseSystemSettings.ini, that is on your Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator directory, under Engine, then config folder
NOTE: It seems that depending of some factors, the engine folder could not rear the ini file to make the changes take effect, so i recomend to put the ini file in the engine\config folder and also in this other folder, just in case.
As known in the other guide on Xrd Sigh by DevaL, many effects play an important role in gaining FPS, but the ace in the hole is one key value, that one is...
This parameter, when changed to false will boost performance up to 10 fps, so, keep this in mind, the downside.....no shadows below characters, also no Bloom for some reason (even if you leave it Bloom=True in the config file section.....but as you might have a low end PC, it will be a minimal set back.
Play with the rest
There are other parametters that you can play with, some like resolution, bloom, ambient occlusion, in fact, many of this setting can be turn to false in orther to gain minimal fps increments, but is up to you, to decide which ones will make a decent benefit for you.
Those are in my ini file alreaddy set to false so, no worries to play with those.
There is one parameter called DynamicLights, if you set that to False, The Stage floor will disapear (thanks to Shadowlet for the tip)
A note here: after saving the file, it is best to do right click and propieties to the file and set it as read only file, as if you have the game in 2 compurers, the ini will be overwriten the next time you play the game in your potato masher....
Keep in mind that in the game, you can go to option, Display Settings and set the first option (Image quality settings) to "performance", the game will look more pixelated but it will help to squeeze 1 to 5 more FPS.