It’s not going to be another guide on how to perform a clean installation of your drivers or do the other things that probably 99% of all of the people playing Tarkov have already done to run the game with better framerate so things like disabling game mode or full-screen optimization for the application.Basically, since I cannot stand playing any fps games with a framerate lower than 144 after each break I take from Eft I do some tests in regards of the game performance and how much I can squiz from it based on every Bios, Nvidia, or chipset drivers updates, etc.This is something that I came up with recently, worked for my Ryzen 3900x, and if you do the exact same steps with the other Ryzen CPUs from this series you should be able to archive similar results so try it. The goal was to achieve at least a stable 100+ frames which before with my 3900x CPU was impossible to do.In the following steps, I will try to give you my exact same settings, in case you have any doubts or something seems to be missing or not matching in between the steps that I wrote feel free to ask or share any doubts or issues that you have so we can find a solution.
Here are my PC specs:
First of all, update your bios and chipset drivers!
Here is what we need to do in the bios.
Disable CCD in the bios or by using Ryzen Master if it’s possible ( I have changed it via bios and I’m not sure if you can use Ryzen software to do it)
Use this guide for the PBO adjustments Yt Video (First 15 minutes explains everything)
Another step is to disable simultaneous multithreading (SMT)
Another thing is to disable spread spectrum (This can cause some massive spikes not only in-games but even during daily pc usage)
Every other setting like XMP profile should be set according to the video above.Make sure to have everything configured after you update your bios because some settings if not even all of them can be set to the default values.
Other than this I run the game with full-screen optimization disable in the application properties and use the AMD Ryzen Hp power plan which should be available after installing the chipset drivers as mentioned above.
Here are my only changed Nvidia settings:
Here are my in-game settings for everyone to make sure it runs with exact same values:
These settings allowed me to keep a stable 100+ frames with an average of 120 fps during the raids on Customs. 150+ frames during the Factory raids. But what is the most important part for me it holds a stable framerate during the gunfights which for me was the most annoying thing to deal with.