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How to improve FPS in game

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Just add to shourtcut -world=empty -nosplash

example: "G:\Steam\steamapps\common\Arma 3\arma3.exe" -world=empty -nosplash

this change gives me 10-15 extra fps.

CPU i5 760

GPU GTX 470

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how this can improve FPS?

-NoSplash and -World=Empty improve only for first start the game, but in the game i don't think will help much.

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"-world=empty" Game starts without stratis loaded, FPS may be better in the menu? Won't make a difference ingame.

"-nosplash" Game starts without splash screens. This won't make a difference either.

I've played with and without these and there is no difference to me. Perhaps you can show some screenshots with it disabled and enabled?

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for some more helpful ideas:

Here are some options to improve FPS:

Turn shadows off- Yes it is a nice feature but as with any game shadows can effect FPS drastically.

Render distance- There are a number of places to adjust the render distance in the game. The 'nearer' the distance, the less 'input lag'.

Resolution - This is the single greatest thing that effected my FPS. I was on 1680x1050x32 at 16:9. I simply changed it to 16:10 and had ZERO lag/ increased frames. My computer screen is pretty massive but the change was huge.

Hope this helps some

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How to improve FPS:

0. add -cpucount=x to you shortcut target line, where x is the physical core count on your CPU, and -exthreads=x

1. Reduce or disable antialiasing

2. Insert other settings you're going to toy with anyway here

As you can see here -world=empty will only disallow stratis from being loaded into memory at launch and will do nothing to change FPS performance once you're actually playing on the island.

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How to improve FPS:

0. add -cpucount=x to you shortcut target line, where x is the physical core count on your CPU, and -exthreads=x

1. Reduce or disable antialiasing

2. Insert other settings you're going to toy with anyway here

As you can see here -world=empty will only disallow stratis from being loaded into memory at launch and will do nothing to change FPS performance once you're actually playing on the island.

So even if I had CPU with two cores, -cpucount=2 parameter would improve fps?

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So even if I had CPU with two cores, -cpucount=2 parameter would improve fps?

No, the game would most likely detect that you have 2 cores anyway.

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