Apex Legends – (UPDATED) Competitive Configuration For Stable Low Latency (2024)

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For more Information read this guide, but if it looks very long for you then you can watch the video. it is a 37 minutes long as you would get better understanding for tips without explanations:

https://youtu.be/ggOL8vpwNlA

Special note: This game may gain a lot of performance from memory overclocking depending on the CPU. it can make the game massively better! so if you are on locked Intel processor you can shrink your memory timings if you can’t change the clock speeds. also overclocking your Intel CPU totally worth it if your gaming rig supports overclocking.

Head over here for more details about memory OC:
https://github.com/integralfx/MemTestHelper/blob/master/DDR4%20OC%20Guide.md#overclocking
Most experienced guy have written this guide.

You may use Inspectre.exe found in the link bellow to disable meltdown and spectre security if you are on an old CPU. The program itself is able to tell you that if the security batch is taking over performance or not so that you can decide at your own risk whether you should disable it or not (DO IT AT YOUR OWN RISK, I DON’T TAKE RESPONSIBILITY IF HACKERS RIPPED OFF YOUR PC):
https://www.grc.com/files/InSpectre.exe

I posted a guide previously about Apex Legends configuration to get most out of your PC and your game experience, but unfortunately either people found it boring and a bit strange or even hilarious! for them as it does not agree with other guides you would find anywhere.

Many people are not interested in watching videos and prefer to read that’s why posting a video as a whole guide was a mistake I made so I decided to rewrite it with pictures and include all possible details that I preferred not to include in the video to make it shorter so the reader can read full details about why we didn’t agree with other misleading guides about game configurations.

The guide is suitable for every user from the low end to the high end.
You can skip paragraphs to tips immediately as you are not going to read the whole guide anyway because it gives tips for different systems and you are going to pick yours only.

For notebook users I didn’t address thermal issues that you may have causing your frame rates to drop.

You can also use MSI Afterburner as a reliable OC tool to your GPU.

Don’t get yourself into using autoexec files and Nvidia Inspector or any other texture remaking tool. these are all considered cheats. developers managed to disable almost all of them. if anyone is showing an autoexec file in his guide then he is probably don’t know what he is doing and never knew that none of these commands do anything.

Don’t get yourself into disabling overlay of steam thinking that it is going to help make the game run with higher frame rates. it is important to understand that your CPU is not like a peace of can whenever you fill it with something it gets overloaded. the story is more complicated than that so disabling your useful software may not enhance your frame rates by a fraction of a frame.

Don’t use commands to uncap frame rates (those who does don’t know what they are doing and they are unable to tell how the good experience could be). other command lines like -high or -forcenovsync and others are useless and they are more likely to cause issues. At least in 2 situations on different systems we found -high command causing issues in game frame times.

Don’t disable full screen optimization: those who does still don’t understand that there was a bug some where in the history!… that caused stutters in other than Apex game for some users and they fixed it with disabling full screen optimization and the input lag difference that they claim to reduce is next to none. for general users this can only make your game performance worse. FSO is meant to give you snappier control over your system while gaming without any performance fine. The same story for Windows 10 Game Mode… you should not disable any useful stuff in your windows made to give you good experience thinking that it is a problem because someone did a fancy Youtube video about it.

There are also a lot of misleading tips that makes your game much worse around the web like those who recommend setting your frame rate cap in Nvidia control panel instead of ingame engine limiter thinking that it is going to give lower latency while the fact is that any 3rd party frame rate cap other than any game engine limiter itself can only give the same or worse latency. there is no case that 3rd party limiters could be better than in game engine frame rate limit. much much more of misleading tips that we don’t have anymore time to mention….

Don’t use Gsync, Freesync, V-sync, Fast sync, Adaptive sync or any other sync option trying to get smooth experience (we will use scanline sync and that only in one specific situation when your FPS is higher than your monitor refresh rate). these technologies never existed for competitive games even if you have lower than 75 FPS. The smooth experience is going to be achieved once you found your stable frame rate limit. scan line sync that we also used in the video is going to achieve no or less tearing experience above of that in case your frame rates are above your monitor refresh rate while barely effecting your latency

Is it possible to reach Master or Predator on low frame rate count as 60 FPS? answer is Yes!. it is possible as long as you are serious and want to follow my guide. I know a predator playing on a PS4 60 FPS against PC players with almost 93 ms ping and he is a predator not even a master. as you can see these latency and Frame rates are not perfect. Although idk about latency of PS4 at 60 FPS (never measured that), but theoretically it can’t be much different than 60 FPS on PC so you got the idea.

Sincerely Good Luck! ranking up in the game with current ridiculous server issues 😜.

Introduction

Apex Legends is one of the games that are built on an outdated source engine a reason why the game have a lot of frame rate variation across the game so you may have high frame rates in the game but at the same time experience is not smooth because of frame to frame time variation. having a lot of frame rate variation is going to effect your learning ability to adapt with different situations making it harder for you to aim properly and track your targets. this brought us here with this guide trying to achieve the best experience from low latency to stable frame times and finally smoother less tearing experience.

Nvidia Reflex feature is meant to lower and reduce latency variation, but unfortunately even that feature alone is not enough because of the massive frame rate variations.

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Basically in this guide we have gone through everything that we found useful and ignored everything from other guides that appeared to be useless at least in our experiments.

Windows 10 Version and Settings

First of all we want to make sure we are on Windows 10 2004 or later OS version. this is not going to help Apex Legends only but generally every other game with the newer Hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling and other bug fixes to improve your windows experience.

Back in 2017 and 2018 Windows 10 had a lot of problems caused by new added and updated features that not all of us are Interested in using them causing less frame time stability in certain games, but this story is not on Windows only. basically any game or software update brings it’s down side and sometimes the downside is so bad making the older versions even better.

Generally speaking updates to your software or your game is meant to be an improvement and any issue that could be brought with it would be fixed in later updates so we can’t say that: don’t update your Windows 10 or use unofficial lite version that lakes the ability to get enhancements and bug fixes of future updates.

To check your Windows version and enable Hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling:
1- Go to Windows Settings >> System >> About >> Windows Specifications >> Version

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It should be 20H2. if it is something else then go head and update your Operating system before you proceed to the rest of the guide

2- Go to: Windows Settings >> System >> Display >> Graphics settings
Enable Hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling and restart your system

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Clean Up System Background Services

Now we want to clean system background services and start up applications that “may” effect our game frame rates.

As we said earlier it is important to understand that your CPU is not like a peace of can whenever you fill it with something it gets overloaded. the story is more complicated than that and there is a different room for everything a reason why disabling your useful software may not enhance your frame rates by a fraction of a frame. you should not just disable anything you need, you are not going to disable your steam overlay. also you can’t close your streaming or recording software even if they effect your game performance.

1- To do that: Press Win + R >> type: msconfig and click OK >> Go to Services tap >> Check Hide all Microsoft services box and disable every service you don’t need or you don’t know about

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2- Go to: Startup tap >> Open task manager and disable every startup software that you don’t use every time you start your PC

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TCP Optimization

This could be a critical part of the guide depending on your type of internet connection and your ISP settings. it may not do a thing for some people as it may eliminate many people frustrations with online games. this section used to be hard because in the past users had to edit system manually using command lines and Registry Editor. luckily that is not the case anymore when TCP optimizer tool has been released.

1- Head to this link to download the tool:
https://www.speedguide.net/files/TCPOptimizer.exe

2- Run the tool as Administrator and set your connection “download” speed in the slider up then set choose settings in the bottom to Custom and finally set all settings as shown exactly in the image bellow (don’t change MTU to 0)

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3- Now go to Advanced settings tap and change only these settings inside the red border exactly as shown

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4- Now go to MTU/Latency tap and check your largest MTU then copy the MTU value and paste it in General Settings then click on apply

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5- The tool will ask you to make a registry backup so you may back it up or not doesn’t matter then restart your system.

Nvidia Control Panel Settings

In this section we are going to set proper settings to insure better gaming performance by disabling certain settings on the driver level so that we can make sure they don’t appear in the game when we disable them later from game settings:

1- Right click on your desktop and open Nvidia Control Panel >> Go to Adjust image settings with preview >> click on Use the advanced 3D image settings >> click apply >> click on take me there

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2- we want to enable GPU scaling globally.

GPU scaling is stretching rendered frame on the GPU to match your monitor native resolution before pushing it out to the monitor. it can be useful if your monitor have a bad built in scaling making the stretched image blooming and lose a lot of details when you change your resolution bellow your native resolution. this option is also used with Image sharpening that’s why they are together in settings. note that these considered as post processing effects so they don’t effect latency like some fools claim, however they can effect your maximum frame rates in games which means they effect your minimum latency not your average or maximum latency which we care about. in other words GPU scaling can only be useful so we are setting it to ON

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3- Now go to Program Settings tap and choose Apex Legends then set these settings exactly as shown

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If you are on AMD GPU then disable Enhanced Sync, Radeon Anti-Lag and Radeon Boost. Also if you are on older than GTX 900 series from Nvidia then set Low Latency mode to Off or On (don’t set it to Ultra)

Nvidia Ultra Low Latency (NULL) and AMD Radeon Anti-Lag are the same thing. these 2 tweaks aims to resolve the problem of higher latency when the graphic card is maxed out (98-100% GPU usage). When your CPU works ahead of your GPU pushing frames fast to render queue the GPU will start buffering increasing the input lag significantly so these 2 tweaks from both Nvidia and AMD reduce that delay by removing the render queue completely so every frame the CPU prepare would be pushed out to the GPU immediately. this scenario create a CPU extra load in order to lower the input latency. this of course comes with it’s own downsides. First this can lead to more frame rate variation which is something we don’t like to happen. The second problem is when you get into CPU or memory bottleneck while your GPU is not maxed out (less than 98% usage) increasing the input lag further rather than reducing it.

The reason why we set it to Ultra here is that we have Nvidia Reflex technology on Nvidia cards that are from GTX 900 series or newer. Nvidia Reflex is AMAZING feature overriding all input lag variation issues and it does that by even lowering the input lag.

Nvidia Ultra Low Latency have something to do with Variable Refresh Rate technologies (G-sync and FreeSync) lowering the additional input lag they introduce so if you happen to have a monitor that supports VRR then you may get lucky getting it to work correctly with Apex Legends on the frame rate cap that we will find out later without having to enable V-sync which does not play nice with apex legends increasing latency.

4- You may set Low Latency mode to On or even Off trying to get G-sync working correctly and if you couldn’t get that to work without V-sync enabled then leave it off.

Anyway the higher the monitor refresh rate is the less tearing experience is and the lower latency is beside having a static FPS count that insure smoother experience.

The thing is that most steam users are using the GTX 1060 and more than 42%! of users are on 4 cores/threads and these general specs create a dual bottleneck scenario in Apex legends so most of the time the game would be CPU bottlenecked and other times it would be in GPU bottleneck situation so if we have low latency modes enabled then you can guess how bad the experience would be from the more varied frame rates to more varied input lags and weird none smooth experience.

Preparing Custom Resolution

From what we have seen previously about input lag and different scenarios that causes input lag to increase or change regardless frame rate count you probably noticed that frame rates is not the only determining factor that effect your input lag and game smoothness. there are also other important factors that we need consider to get the good experience we aim for. so you need a decent frame rate count yes, but focusing on frame rate count only can miss lead you to worse experience sometimes
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it is important to note that your input lag does not negatively scale linearly with higher frame rates so for example if you have a 90 FPS instead of 100 FPS it does not mean your input lag is 11% higher. that’s completely fake. higher FPS means less input latency always, but that does not tell anything by how much less and why. the higher FPS you get the less input lag advantage you would achieve.

For example: going from 50 FPS to 60 FPS (20% more FPS) in a certain game may lower your input lag by 15% but by going from 100 FPS to 120 FPS (another 20% more FPS) in the same game may lower your input lag by 5% (on the same monitor).

In this guide we are going to create a scenario where both the (CPU + Memory speed) and the GPU barely hit max usage without reaching it using a frame rate limit. this will insure having no latency issues beside highest stable frame rate count possible and so lowest stable latency while squeezing out every bit of your system performance.

to achieve that scenario we have to find out the frame rate count that the CPU can maintain so for that we need to eliminate other variable which is the GPU and to do that we have to create a very low custom resolution that can insure the situation as (CPU + Memory) bottleneck 100% of the time.

1- Go to Nvidia Control Panel again >> Change resolution >gt;> Customize >> Create Custom Resolution

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2- To find out your custom resolution take 66 as a custom multiplier and multiply it by your monitor ratio. the outcome should be lower than 700,000 pixel so for example if you have a 16:9 monitor then multiply the 66 with 16 outcomes 1056 and the 66 with 9 outcomes 594 and if you have a 16:10 monitor ratio then do the same thing: 66 by 10 outcomes 660 and 66 by 16 outcomes 1056

6. x 16 = 1056
6. x 09 = 594
Resolution is: 1056 x 594
105. x 594 = 627,264 pixel

6. x 16 = 1056
6. x 10 = 660
Resolution is 1056 x 660
105. x 660 = 696,960 Pixel

Whatever your monitor ratio find the resolution that does not exceed 700,000 pixel using couple numbers only
3- Test the resolution and if it is applicable save it, apply and close the control panel.

In Game Settings

Before we open the game and config settings we are going to delete settings files and make the game regenerate them. this trick may fix some of those weird issues that you may have reinstalled the game and changed your platform from Steam to Origin or from Origin to steam to solve them without success.

1- Go to: (C:\Users\[Username]\Saved Games) and delete Respawn folder
2. Open the Game and go to settings >> Video: set texture streaming budget to match your GPU vRAM
3. Make sure Nvidia Reflex is set to Enabled (don’t set it to + Boost)
4. Set every other setting to Low, OFF or Disabled
5. You may increase your field of view from 90 to 100 or 110 (regardless the performance this could be important to your gameplay. mine is set to 110 and I am not playing on 1080p either!)
6. Close the Game

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We didn’t set Nvidia Reflex to + Boost because that will stress your graphic card for no gains razing thermals and may reduce your GPU lifespan for nothing. we don’t want any of this to happen,. there is absolutely no gains from + Boost (less than 1 ms)

Audio Configuration + Setting Custom Resolution

How many times you find an enemy beside you kickin your a*s without even noticing and you could swear you heard nothing or you was unable to tell where is the enemy moving. that’s because of improper Audio settings + game ♥♥♥♥ bugs of weird netcode..

This tip is only if you have a headphone:
We are going to enable spatial sound + make sure game is using 8 channels (7.1)

1- Right click on speaker icon in the task bar and in spatial sound enable Windows sonic for Headphones

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2- Now Go to: C:\Users\[Username]\Saved Games\Respawn\Apex\local\settings.cfg
Open it with notepad scroll down and find the line:

sound_num_speakers “2”

You need to set this to 8 if it is not already set to 8 then save and close

3- Now in the same folder Open Videoconfig.txt file and set the custom resolution as shown
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I have to note here that changing your lod or CSM ragdols or whatever to lower values is not going to enhance your frame rates by any means and can only degrade your view without any benefit.

Performance on different values in these settings does not scale linearly so 0.6 lod is the low settings and 1.0 is the high settings.
when you set in game Model details to low you will get higher frame rates for sure so from 1.0 to 0.6 there is a performance gain to mention, but going lower than that is not gonna do a thing so don’t think that you are doing it correctly by lowering that to 0.35 as some people suggests because that is not gonna bring 1% improvement to your frame rates and if you got above 1% then you probably playing on bellow 50 FPS on average and this is so bad because you are using much higher resolution than what your GPU can handle. this won’t happen if you follow my guide so don’t do it. keep that ♥♥♥♥ at 0.6

here is an explaining small graph 📉 to show the relation between performance and Model Detail settings (other options follow the same shape) so relation will look like this
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developers have set 0.6 as low and they know what they are doing. there is always a trade off between performance and details so it seems that optimal values are between 0.6 and 1.0
I hope that this clear things.

Finding Perfect FPS Cap

Now the journey for finding perfect frame rate cap starts here:

1- Install MSI Afterburner: https://www.msi.com/Landing/afterburner

2- Run MSI Afterburner and go to settings >> Benchmark tap. set your benchmark key bindings here as you can also view your benchmark results in txt file if you click on view, click on OK

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3- Open RTSS from tray icon on the taskbar then set Show On-Screen Display to ON, set Detection Level to Low and final set Show own statistics to ON

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4- Startup the game and go to Olympus map then drop into Autumn Estate area (This area appeared to be nearly the most demanding site across Olympus map which is more demanding generally than King Canyon. once you land on the ground near other 1000 squads you can start your benchmarking key after that a line of data will appear above contains a time record and frame rate stats. (if you are a streamer or you usually record your gameplay then you should benchmark while recording or streaming always)

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5- Survive at least for 40 seconds to get enough data then take a note of your average FPS then close the game

6- Open Game Launch options and add the line: +fps_max [Average FPS]
set your previous average FPS here

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7- Run the game again and do the same thing. after landing start benchmarking and once you done take another note of your new average frame rate (it must be lower)

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8- Repeat the same thing add this average FPS as a frame rate cap in game launch options then run the game and do the same thing over and over again

9- Once you find that your new average frame rate is about one or less frame than your FPS limit then you have reached your specific frame rate cap (it should not be lower than 60 FPS or you can’t play Apex Legends) and it is time to change your resolution back again to native babe from ingame settings (no more ♥♥♥♥ resolution)

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10- Drop again in Autumn Estate area and start benchmarking

11- Here there are different possible situation so follow what suit yours in the upcoming sections.

You Got Same Avg FPS from Custom To Native Resolution

This means there is some headroom in your GPU performance that we can still make use off:

Note that!: If your avg frame rates droped more than 1 frame bellow your frame rate limit, this means you became GPU limited which means your latency will be massively increased and game will become less smooth on AMD and for Nvidia Reflex supported GPUs your game will become less smooth very obviously with slight increase in latency. So it is important not to hit your GPU maximum usage while playing the game.
1- Go to game video settings again and start by raising Model Details to High then benchmark again to see if that drops your Frame rate and if it does then set it to medium and if it still does set it to low again and keep it like that and proceed to the final section immediately from the guide

2- Now let’s say you was on medium or high model details and you still have the same Avg FPS as before. this means it is time to go to the second important options that matter which is Texture Filtering that controls the crisp of surfaces details and further improve graphics very well

Start by Anisotropic X8 or even X16 and see if that is going to effect your frame rates yet and if it does then lower it to X4 or even X2 (find what does not drop your frame rates lower than before

3. Ok now moving to the 3rd option which is Volumetric lightening that controls lightening effects that would enhance the game graphics very well (enable that and see if it drops your FPS or not to decide)

4. The final option that you can edit is the Ambient Occlusion Quality (some people prefer to disable this because it may ruin their view by going from lightened area to dark areas) set what you prefer and only if it does not effect your previous frame rates

“Do not change any other options” keep them low and disabled

5. Only 1 case you can enable these settings is that you have 144 FPS all the time at your native resolution as we didn’t recommend to uncap your frame rates to avoid latency issues

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You Got Dropped Avg FPS from Custom To Native Resolution

This means you need to lower your resolution bellow native and enable Nvidia or AMD Image sharpening at the optimal values.

1- Drop your resolution by 1 level from ingame settings and see if that still drop your previous average FPS and if it still does drop another level and another untill you reach the same average frame rate you got before.

Note that!: If your avg frame rates droped more than 1 frame bellow your frame rate limit, this means you became GPU limited which means your latency will be massively increased and game will become less smooth on AMD and for Nvidia Reflex supported GPUs your game will become less smooth very obviously with slight increase in latency. So it is important not to hit your GPU maximum usage while playing the game.
2- Open your Nvidia Control panel again >> Manage 3D settings >> Program settings >> select Apex Legends and enable Image sharpening (do not change default values) and click on apply

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3- Now you are ready and you can proceed immediately to final section in this guide

You Still Have Dropped Avg FPS from Custom To 720p

This means you are on a very weak Graphic card while your CPU is much stronger.
we can see this case generally on an AMD APU because they are very fast in processing, but have weak built in Vega rendering processor as there is not enough shared memory bandwidth.

1- What you are going to do here is to find a custom resolution that suit your CPU performance as we have shown before in previous sections.

Start by using a custom number like 72 and multiply it by your monitor ratio so 72 x 16 = 1152 and 72 x 9 = 648 so 1152 x 648. set this in your control panel and game videoconfig.txt file then test again and if you still have dropped Avg FPS then try lower custom number for example 68 and if you had the same avg FPS then try higher again until you find the maximum resolution that does not drop your avg FPS
Note that!: If your avg frame rates droped more than 1 frame bellow your frame rate limit, this means you became GPU limited which means your latency will be massively increased and game will become less smooth on AMD and for Nvidia Reflex supported GPUs your game will become less smooth very obviously with slight increase in latency. So it is important not to hit your GPU maximum usage while playing the game.

you are most likely to run into a situation that anything higher than previous low custom resolution is dropping your frame rates! this means stop here you are not going lower than 1056 x 594! this is already very low. you may play at that with sharpening enabled, but you can’t go lower. In this specific case only you have to enable RIS (Radeon Image Sharpening Filter) at 80% as default because we are still in a GPU bottleneck situation all the time.

Finally your Final FPS Cap Above Your Monitor Refresh Rate

In this case you are going to have tearing line issue which could be annoying.
To solve that we will use scanline sync from RTSS that comes already with MSI Afterburner.

1- Fire up the game, pick your lovely legend and go to firing range
2. Minimize the game and open RTSS (if you don’t want to run MSI Afterburner in the background) 3- Get back to your game and go to the tunnel, look at the wall then keep moving right and left untill you spot the tearing lines.

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4- Once you spot the tearing lines minimize the game and in RTSS start setting negative values in scanline sync (start by -10)

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5- Get back to your game and look what happened to tearing lines. if they are in the same place then set more aggressive values like -50 then get back to game and look what happened to tearing lines
you should be able to see tearing lines moving up and down across the monitor and once you reach a point where your tearing lines are almost at the top and the bottom and they disappear then great you already got rid off tearing issue.

6. All you have to do now is to click on Add in RTSS and browse for Apex Legends then set scanline sync proper value there. Don’t set that globally because that value is specific to Apex legends only and make sure to run the game while RTSS is running to make use off scanline sync.
You may find it difficult to get to a proper value that removes or hides tearing so you may play with Low latency mode in Nvidia control panel from Ultra to On or even Off considering you are on GTX 900 series or newer or from On to Off or Off to On if you are on older than GTX 900 series from Nvidia in order to get scanline sync to work properly.

Written by Islam Ghunym

This is all about Apex Legends – (UPDATED) Competitive Configuration For Stable Low Latency; I hope you enjoy reading the Guide! If you feel like we should add more information or we forget/mistake, please let us know via commenting below, and thanks! See you soon!

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