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Image 1 of 3 (Image credit: RustyB3ans image 2 of 3 (Image credit: RustyB3ans image 3 of 3 (Image credit: RustyB3ans).The steps are simple: Right click on Valheim in your Steam library and go to 'Manage' and then 'Browse local files.'.That should bring up a window of Valheim's game files.Click on the valheim_Data folder.Find the file named 'boot' or 'nfig' and open it with Notepad.Add "gfx-enable-gfx-jobs1" as a separate line at the very top.
Add "gfx-enable-native-gfx-jobs1" right below the first line.Save and close the file.Go back to Valheim in your Steam library, right click and select 'Properties.'.Add "-windows-mode exclusive" into the launch options field.Open up Task Manager (press Ctrl Alt Delete) and find Valheim under the processes tab.Right click and select 'Go to details.'.
Exe, select 'Set Priority' and change it to 'High.'.You'll have to repeat this final step with Task Manager each time you launch the game.While you might not get the same boost in performance I got, you should notice a jump in your overall fps.If you're getting any kind of weird lighting or graphics bugs, RustyB3ans recommends deleting "gfx-enable-native-gfx-jobs1" from the nfig file.If the solution works for you, let us know in the comments.Judging by the replies in RustyB3ans Reddit thread, a lot of players are getting noticeably better performance.
(Pocket-lint) - So you've got yourself a shiny new gaming PC or managed to grab a new graphics card, but do you know how to make the most of it?By default, your gaming machine may not be giving you as much performance as you'd expect.Aside from installing the latest graphics drivers, there are some surprisingly easy things you can do to improve your frames per second in-game and overall performance.Follow this guide for some simple tips on settings you can change within Windows 10 and relevant software to tweak your performance and get a nice boost.