AMD specific tweaks for PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS?

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Catalyst Drivers Section' started by SlackerITGuy, Jul 20, 2017.

  1. SlackerITGuy

    SlackerITGuy Master Guru

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    Every PUBG performance tweak guide I see there's a section with NVIDIA specific tweaks that allegedly improve performance quite a bit (Threaded Optimization, etc).

    Are there any AMD specific tweaks out there that help improve the performance of the game?

    Thanks!
     
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    I have not seen 1 mate, getting another 8gb ram and overclocking cpu as well as getting the game onto an SSD drive is a game changer
     
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    Put textures at medium, low textures seems to run worse.
     
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    Pre-polaris might see an increase in FPS by limiting tessellation to 8x or 4x though I haven't tried that on UE4 games.
     

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  6. LocoDiceGR

    LocoDiceGR Master Guru

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    The game is EARLY ACCESS, if you find any ''tweaks'' in the next update there will be no more tweaks...
     
  7. styka

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    I used to have stuttering, but disabling tesselation manually on the Radeon Settings improved performance a lot.
     
  8. Only Intruder

    Only Intruder Master Guru

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    It's UE4, it's gonna run like **** on AMD cards anyway - Ive noticed UE4 games tend not to utilise AMD GPUs very effectively.

    When I used to play Fractured Space, my Friend with a 770 could play the game on Ultra settings and maintain ~80fps yet, when I had a 285 (which is about the same in power, if not more so) couldn't get more than 60fps on ultra, and generally had to play on medium/high and on my Fury, I'd only get upto 90fps on Ultra.

    All I can really suggest is limit any pixel effect, so shadows and post processing. Textures shouldn't make much difference on AMD cards.
     
  9. shankly1985

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    PUBG is very demanding on vram atm so if you have less than 8GB vram don't use ultra graphics.
    Mix between high and medium

    Unreal 4 games do use the GPU to great effect my 290 is always at 100% playing PUBG and squad.

    It's the AMD CPU's that have been an issue not the GPUs don't mix them up.
     
  10. SlackerITGuy

    SlackerITGuy Master Guru

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    I don't know if its an AMD issue or not but, the game itself has a pretty good avg/peak frame rate, but the thing that bothers me is the random frame stalling/skipping. It happens too frequently to let it pass.
     

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    They have improved the performance.
     
  12. OnnA

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    For Fiji 4GB
    -useallavailablecores -malloc=system -force-driver-type-warp -sm6 -dx11mt -pthreads 12 -maxvram=4300
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    -useallavailablecores -malloc=system -force-driver-type-warp -sm5.1 -dx11mt -pthreads 16 -maxvram=4072

    -pthreads 16 for ZEN 8/16 if 4/8 then -pthreads 8
     
  13. Romulus_ut3

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    What OnnA said, with manually dialing the Tessellation Factor to 6X from AMD Radeon Settings should help you make some gains.
     
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    A lil confused as to what I should use OnnA, I have a ryzen 1700x and rx580 8gb with 16 gb of ram. What do you recommend? Also why do you have sm6 and sm5.1
     
  15. OnnA

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    for your system:

    -useallavailablecores -malloc=system -force-driver-type-warp -sm5.1 -dx11mt -pthreads 12 -maxvram=8192
    or little lower Q:
    -useallavailablecores -malloc=system -force-driver-type-warp -sm4.1 -dx11mt -pthreads 12 -maxvram=8192

    Try, test and share :D
     

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    ok cool, thanks onna!
    I think you mean pthreads 16 though?
     
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    what about my system? FX8320E, 12GB RAM and R7 265 2GB
     
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    -useallavailablecores -malloc=system -force-driver-type-warp -sm5.1 -dx11mt -pthreads 8 -maxvram=1024
    99% sure
     
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  19. OnnA

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    Here:
    -useallavailablecores -malloc=system -force-driver-type-warp -sm4.1 -dx11mt -pthreads 8 -maxvram=2100

    Also:
    2GB = -maxvram=2100
    3GB = -maxvram=3200
    4GB = -maxvram=4200

    -maxvram is a good and handy command, it directs API towards specific VRAM usage !
    -force-driver-type-warp is a great command also, because it directs Game to use Windows Warp specs.

    It prevents for generates Low at 0.1 and 0.01 <30FPS sometimes in some benchmarks.... (FO4 is a good example)
     
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    Hi guys, glad to see some AMD support for PUBG :)

    Any idea what my optimal launchoptions would be? i5-6500 | Sapphire R9 Fury 4gb (11247-03-40G) and 16GB RAM. Also playing on 1440p / 144hz monitor (Asus mg279q).
    Much appreciated!
     

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