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    Witcher 3 on GTX860M

    just wanted to know what you guys are getting as far as framerates for the game. I have a xbox one as well and im debating on getting for either of the 2. If it runs halfway decent on my 860m im deff going to get it on pc.

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    I dont know ,But my GTX 960 running most of new generation games in 55-60FPS like Dragon age inquisition .

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    After a little bit of research:

    So for those who want to do this at 1080p, you can, but the graphics settings will have to be turned down to achieve the constant 30FPS mark. So we will be doing this at 900p. Don't worry though, you will BARELY notice the change AND you will still be playing the game on HIGH settings.

    The Guide Starts here. (You can tweak some settings if you don't like them)

    So the first thing you want to do of course is to hop over into your Graphics settings and go to


    MotionBlur: ON
    Blur: ON
    Anti-Aliasing: ON
    Bloom: ON
    Sharpening: Doens't matter (I keep mine on LOW because that looks best to me)
    Ambient Occlusion: SSAO or OFF, SSAO looks better compared to OFF and HBAO+ takes away about 5FPS
    Depth of Field: OFF (Hate it in my opinion but leaving it off saves valuable FPS)
    Chromatic Abberation: ON (Notice no impact or visual difference)
    Vignetting: ON (Doesn't hurt anything and is kind of pleasant)
    Light Shafts: ON

    VSync: ON
    Maximum Frames Per Second: 30
    Resolution: 1600x900
    Display Mode: Full Screen
    Number of Background Characters: LOW (You will never see an insane amount so keeping this on LOW saves FPS)
    Shadow Quality: HIGH
    Terrain Quality: HIGH
    Water Quality: HIGH OR ULTRA
    Grass Density: HIGH
    Texture Quality: HIGH
    Foliage Visibility Range: MEDIUM
    Detail Level: HIGH
    Hardware Cursor (Mouse Acceleration): OFF

    Now you should have no problem running the Witcher 3 and can enjoy the Story without any hiccups. Let me know if this helped you guys out.


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