Doom Eternal – Best Graphics or Video Settings

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Doom Eternal – Best Graphics or Video Settings

In order to eliminate performance issues like lag, stutters and freezes in games you should always tweak the in-game graphics settings.

It is always recommended to run a game on a medium end gaming rig if you want to find out the best combination of graphics settings for the game. There is no point in running benchmarks on gaming rigs with high or enthusiast level graphics cards. Because lets be honest, every single game will run smoothly on a RTX 2080 Super or a RX 5700 XT.

Though the system requirements of Doom Eternal are really high, we still went ahead and ran it on a very basic and mediocre gaming PC. Here are the full specifications of our rig:

  • CPU : Intel i3 9100F
  • GPU : Zotac GTX 1650
  • RAM : 16GB DDR4 2400mhz
  • HDD : 1 TB 7200 rpm
  • Monitor Resolution : 1920×1080
  • OS : Windows 10 Professional 64-bit

The graphics or video settings we decided to go with:

Go to Settings and then Video. Apply the settings shown below.

[Note: Doom Eternal runs on the Vulkan API and there is no option to switch to DirectX or OpenGL like Doom 2016]

Display settings:

Window ModeFullscreen
Vertical SyncOff
Enable HDROff

Video settings:

Field of View95
Motion BlurMedium
Performance MetricsOff

Accessibility settings:

Colorblind Rendering ModeOff

Advanced settings:

Overall QualityCustom
Texture Pool SizeMedium
Shadow QualityLow
Reflections QualityMedium
Motion Blur QualityLow
Directional OcclusionLow
Lights QualityMedium
Particles QualityMedium
Decal QualityMedium
Water QualityHigh
Volumetrics QualityMedium
Texture Filtering QualityUltra
Geometric QualityMedium
Chromatic AberrationOff
Sharpening15
Film Grain0
Resolution Scaling ModeOff
Resolution Scale100
Resolution Scaling Target FPS60
Depth of FieldOn
Depth of Field Anti-aliasingOn

With the settings given above we easily managed to get close to 60 FPS. At times the frame rates even went more than 60+. It is true that you will notice some fps drops when there are too many enemies on your screen and there is a lot on in front of you. Overall I was quite satisfied with the performance.

Update

How to disable anti-aliasing

If you think that your game is looking blurry then you can turn off the in-game anti-aliasing. Here is how to do it:

 

  • Press the tilde or swung dash (⁓) key on your keyboard
  • The console should come up on your screen
  • Now type this : r_antialiasing 0
  • Press Enter

 


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