Splitgate – Best Video or graphics settings – Tested On GTX 1050 ti

It is always recommended that before jumping into any game, take some time and play with the graphics settings of the game to figure out a combination that suits your system the best. It will help towards getting good performance and won’t hinder your overall experience.

We all know that graphics settings play a very important role in multiplayer or competitive games. If your game lags for even a second because of wrong graphics settings then you might end up losing your fight. Splitgate is a fast paced PvP arena shooter. Which means you have to constantly stay on your toes and remain completely focused, even a single frame skip can cost you the round. That is why we decided to find out the best graphics settings combination for Splitgate and test it on our medium end gaming PC.

Splitgate – Best Video or graphics settings – Tested On GTX 1050 ti

Best Graphics or video settings for Splitgate

In order to find out the best combination of settings for a game, it is always recommended to run that game on a mediocre or medium end gaming PC. Running benchmarks on high end systems won’t make any sense for operations like these. Splitgate didn’t have any recommended system requirements listed anywhere on their official page so we went ahead and ran it on a very basic and mediocre gaming PC. Here are the full specifications of our rig:

  • CPU : Intel i3 8100
  • GPU : MSI GTX 1050 ti 4GB
  • RAM : 16GB DDR4 2400mhz
  • HDD : 1 TB 7200 rpm
  • SSD : 128 GB

The graphics or video settings that we are using:

Go to Settings > Video

Display Mode : Fullscreen

Resolution Scale : 100.0

FOV : 85

V-sync : Off

View Distance : Medium

Post Process : High

Shadows : Medium

Textures : High

Effects : Medium

Anti-Aliasing : Low

Frame Rate Limite : 144.0

Go to Settings > Gameplay

Record Replays : Off

We managed to get a stable 80+ fps on the above given settings. Here are some screenshots of how Splitgate looks and performs with the given settings applied:

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The settings mentioned above will give you a great balance between appealing visuals and playable frame rates.

You are good to go!

 

 

 

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