Dead Space Remake Best Graphics Settings to fix Stuttering

Dead Space Remake Stuttering – This guide will show you the best Graphics Settings to fix Stuttering, and FPS Drops in Dead Space Remake 2023. These Graphics settings will help you balance out the performance without losing quality and the visuals in the game.

Dead Space Remake Graphics Settings to fix Stuttering

According to the December 2022 Steam Hardware Survey, GTX 1650 is the most used GPU, followed by GTX 1060. Although bitcoin mining is not prevalent anymore and the prices of the GPUs have gone down, the only RTX GPU we are seeing in the top three is the RTX 2060. Which is, in my opinion, still a low-end GPU. If you are one of those running one of those older GPUs, this article will guide you about the best settings to fix significant performance issues and bugs, catered towards gamers with low-medium-end gaming rigs in Dead Space Remake. Let’s check out the settings:

  • Full Screen Mode: Full Screen [Full Screen offers the best performance]
  • Full Screen Resolution: 1920×1080 [All the settings recommended here are optimized for 1080p]
  • Refresh Rate: Native Refresh Rate of your Monitor
  • Vertical Sync: Off
  • Motion Blur: 0 [Setting this to 0 fixed the stuttering for a lot of users for some reason]
  • Film Grain: Off
  • Dynamic Resolution Scale: Off
  • Anti Aliasing: AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution 2.0
  • FSR 2.0 Mode: Quality
  • Graphics Quality: Custom
  • Light Quality: Medium
  • Shadow Quality: Medium
  • Reflection Quality: Medium
  • Volumetric Resolution: Low
  • Ambient Occlusion: SSAO
  • Depth of Field Quality: Low

Dead Space Remake Best Graphics Settings

Apply these settings and restart the game. Make sure that the game completes the Shader Caching process before you start playing it.

How to fix the Stuttering, FPS Drops in Dead Space Remake

Downloading the latest drivers can help reduce the stutter

  • Download the latest NVIDIA drivers that provide optimal support for Dead Space Remake. The version is 528.24. Download and install it manually from here or via GeForce Experience.
  • AMD users can download the Adrenalin 22.11.2 Optional version from here. Just fill in the details, and download links should show up.

Nvidia Control Panel can help

Here are some tweaks you can apply in the Nvidia Control Panel settings to fix stuttering and FPS drops in Dead Space Remake.

  1. Go to your Nvidia Control Panel
  2. Click on “Adjust image settings with preview” located on the left side under 3D settings
  3. Select “Use my preference emphasizing”, and set it to “Performance.
  4. Restart Dead Space again

Make sure your Laptop is using the right Graphics Processor [For Gaming Laptops]

Your gaming laptop might be running two video cards. Make sure the game uses your dedicated graphics card instead of the integrated one.

If you are using an Nvidia GPU, here is what you need to do:

  1. In Nvidia Control Panel
  2. Go to Manage 3D settings
  3. Select Global Settings
  4. Then, under “Preferred graphics processor,” select High-performance NVIDIA processor

Disable Nvidia Instant Replay or Windows Background Recording

Turn off all the features like Nvidia Instant replay and Windows Background Recording. The Xbox Game Bar and Game Mode should be disabled as well.

How to turn off Nvidia Instant Replay:

  1. Press Alt+Z [You have Nvidia in-game overlay enabled if you are using instant replay]
  2. Click on the Instant Replay block
  3. Toggle it off from there

How to turn off Background Recording:

  1. Go to your Windows 10/ Windows 11 settings menu
  2. Select Gaming
  3. Select Captures from the left
  4. Turn off Background Recording for the menu

If you think this guide has helped you, then let us know in the comment section below. Also, if you are facing other problems with the game, then try checking out our other guides on Dead Space Remake. Who knows, you might end up finding a fix.

That’s all, folks!

Last Updated on January 31, 2023

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