Best Graphics Settings to fix Low FPS and Stuttering in Tekken 8

Tekken 8 stuttering – Tekken 8 is a fighting game that was developed by none other than Bandai Namco. It is available for PS5, Windows, and Xbox Consoles, and it is their 8th installment in the Tekken Series. The game features eye-popping graphics paired with a smooth one-on-one 2D Fighting Experience.

However, a lot of gamers have been complaining about the performance issues in the game. So this article is all about the best Graphics settings you can use to fix low FPS and stutter in Tekken 8. The suggested settings will help you get 60+ FPS in Tekken.

Best Graphics Settings to fix Low FPS and Stutter in Tekken 8

These are the best Graphics Settings that you can use to fix Low FPS and Stutter in Tekken 8.

Best Graphics Settings to fix Low FPS and Stutter in Tekken 8

Screen Mode Full Screen Always use the Full-Screen mode because I have often seen Windowed Mode or even Borderless Windowed Mode eat up a lot of RAM, causing Lag and Stutter because of Task Priorities in Windows. As you open up the game in full screen, most of the hardware gets allocated to running the game, whereas on a Windowed mode, you still have your other background applications running as it usually do and eat up a lot of your resources, thus causing performance issues.
Resolution 2560×1440 Always Select the Resolution of your Monitor, as lowering it can cause blurriness paired with performance and scalability issues as well.
V-Sync Off Always keep this Feature off, be it for any game that you play. V-Sync is a resource-hungry feature but offers a lot less difference than the performance it takes away.
Variable Rate Shading Off It is turned off by default; worrying about it is unnecessary.
Rendering Quality Preset Custom Always use the Custom Option so that you can tweak each of the image settings in Tekken 8.
Rendering Scale  100 This is blurred and turned off by default. However, this should always be 100, as lowering it causes blurriness, and increasing it causes performance issues. (i.e. 100% means the actual monitor resolution that you are currently running)
Upscaling AMD FSR 2 Quality I am running an RTX 3060Ti, so I am using the AMD FSR 2 Quality mode to upscale the visuals. But if you are running on a lower-tier GPU, then the AMD FSR 2 Performance mode will fetch you a combination of good visuals and performance.
Anti-Aliasing  Low Anti-aliasing should always be kept low, as it’s a major FPS killer. Although Medium will be excellent for beefier systems, I prefer keeping it low as it boosts the FPS. I don’t find much of a difference in graphics when switching to a medium, as Tekken 8 is already a fast-paced fighter game.
Shadow Quality Medium Another FPS Killer is the Shadow Quality; I kept it medium because my RTX 3060Ti can pull it off without a hitch. But if you are running a lower-end GPU, keeping it Low will be a better idea.
Texture Quality High For Texture Quality, I kept it high and would recommend you keep it high to enjoy the visuals of the game. Tekken 8undoubtedly looks really good, so pushing a bit on the texture won’t hurt. However, Medium Settings would also do.
Effect Quality  High Effects Quality needs to be kept high. It doesn’t affect performance as such but makes a massive difference when it comes to visuals. Go for ultra if your system can handle it.
Post Processing Quality High Post Processing Quality is another setting that again doesn’t affect the performance but makes the game go from looking okay to really good. So, for Post Processing as well, both High and Ultra would work perfectly for you.
Background Quality Medium Background Quality is not something that you will be interested in while fighting against your opponent. So, it’s best to keep it at medium or even low if you want to squeeze out more performance from your current GPU. I have kept it medium but tested it on high as well, and it didn’t make much of a difference.
Measure/Display FPS Off This is totally a personal preference, but if you want to get your in-game FPS Counter, you can turn this switch on!

Tekken 8 System Requirements

Here are the minimum and recommended requirements that you will need to run Tekken 8 Smoothly. We are adding this here to ensure you have the hardware capable of running this.

Tekken 8 Minimum Requirements

Operating System Windows 10 64Bit
Processor Intel Core i5-6600K/AMD Ryzen 5 1600
Memory 8GB
Graphics GTX 1050Ti or AMD Radeon R9 380X
DirectX Version v12
Network Internet Broadband required
Storage 100GB
Sound Card DirectX Compatible

Tekken 8 Recommended Requirements

Operating System Windows 11 64Bit
Processor Intel Core i7-7700K/AMD Ryzen 5 2600
Memory 16GB
Graphics RTX 2070 or AMD Radeon RX 5700XT
DirectX Version v12
Network Internet Broadband required
Storage 100GB
Sound Card DirectX Compatible

So that was all about the best graphics settings you can use in Tekken 8 to get a stable 60FPS irrespective of the Game environment.

For more Tekken 8 Guides, keep an eye on Frondtech. Good Luck!

That’s all, folks!

Last Updated on January 27, 2024

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