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Total War: Three Kingdoms – Guide to Boost Your FPS

Total War: Three Kingdoms – Guide to Boost Your FPS

1) Best Graphics Settings for Total War: Three Kingdoms

You should go to Options > Graphics > Advanced

Texture quality: Low

Shadow detail: Low

VFX detail: Low

Tree detail: Low

Unit detail: Low

Screen space reflections: Off

Anti-aliasing: FXAA

Texture filtering: Anisotropic 8x

Grass detail: Low

Terrain detail: Low

Building detail: High

Unit size: Large

Depth of field: High

Post Effects: Romance

SSAO: Off

Unlimited video memory: Off

Screen space shadows: Off

Vignette: On

Proximity fading: On

V-sync: Off

Sharpening: On


2) Update Your Graphics Drivers

You should keep your computer’s graphics drivers updated.

Those with Nvidia video cards can download and install the latest video card drivers here.

Those with AMD video cards can download and install the latest video card drivers here.


3) NVIDIA Control Panel Settings

  • Open NVIDIA Control Panel
  • Click the Manage 3D settings
  • Click the Program Settings
  • Click the Add
  • Select the Total War: Three Kingdoms from the list
  • After, make the following settings
    Power management mode: Prefer maximum performance
    Texture filtering – Quality: High Performance
    Threaded optimisation: On

4) Power Options

  • Right-click the Windows icon on the bottom left.
  • Click the Power Options
  • Click the Additional power settings to the right of the window that opens.
  • Select the High performance on the Preferred plans tab.
  • After, click on the Change plan settings link to the right of the High performance.
  • Tap on the Change advanced power settings
  • Find Processor power management in the incoming list, click the + icon to its left.
  • Set Minimum processor state and Maximum processor state to 100%
  • Click on the OK

5) Full-screen Optimisations

  • Go to the folder where the game is installed.
  • Right-click on TWTK.exe
  • Tap the Properties
  • Tick Disable full-screen optimisations on the Compatibility tab.
  • Click on the OK

6) Game Mode

  • To turn off Windows 10 game mode, click the Start icon to bring up the Start menu and open Settings.
  • Click the Gaming
  • On the Game Bar tab, set the “Record game clips, screenshots and broadcast using Game bar” option here to Off.
  • On the Captures tab, set the “Record in the background while I’m playing a game” option here to Off.
  • On the Game Mode tab, set the “Game Mode” option here to Off.

7) Windows Performance Options

  • Type performance in the search section of Windows, click to Adjust the appearance and performance of Windows from the results.
  • Select the Adjust for best performance from the options in the Performance Options window that opens.
  • Click OK

8) Cleaning Temporary Files

  • Simultaneously press the Windows logo and R keys.
  • Type %temp%
  • Press Enter key.
  • Delete everything in the Temp folder that opens. You can skip undeleted.
  • Again, Simultaneously press the Windows logo and R keys.
  • Type temp
  • Press Enter key.
  • Delete everything in the folder that opens.
  • Again, Simultaneously press the Windows logo and R keys.
  • Type prefetch
  • Press Enter key.
  • Delete everything in the Prefetch folder that opens.

Finally, empty the Recycle Bin


9) Increase The Priority

You need to adjust this setting every time you enter the game.

  • Launch game
  • Simultaneously press the ALT and TAB keys to minimize the game.
  • Open the Task Manager
  • Click on Details Tab
  • Find TWTK.exe in the list.
  • Right-click on the TWTK.exe and Set priority to High

Last Updated on 9 January, 2020 2:55 pm EST

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