Cyberpunk 2077 FPS boost mode has been developed. The game, published by CD Projekt RED, continues to be criticized every day. CP77, which can be played by gamers with more graphics cards than the GeForce 970, 1050 Ti and RTX 2060, can have FPS problems. We can say that especially GTX series graphics cards have started to decline slowly. However, the construction also poses problems in terms of optimization. While FPS drops were experienced in 4K even on RTX graphics cards, the problem of not being able to play on consoles such as PlayStation 4 was raised. The Xbox and Sony front had stated that they would process their refund requests 100%.

 

Cyberpunk 2077 FPS boost method

It is claimed that an increase of up to 30 FPS can be achieved for CP77 by means of the “EZ Optimizer” script developed by the programmer CodeZ1LLa. It is also very simple to use this software, which increases the performance of the game by changing the hidden developer settings. Just put the relevant file in the file location where Cyberpunk 2077 is installed. After that, you will have 4 options to choose from. These are Max Boost, Balanced, Default, and Disable Async Compute, respectively. The explanation of these options is as follows;

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Speaking of FPS values, the developer states that it gets an average of 42-51 FPS at default settings with the GeForce 1070 Ti graphics card. When the balanced mode is switched, the FPS increases from 54 to 71, while in Max Boost mode, FPS increases from 51 to 80.

Max Boost: Provides the best possible image fidelity and significantly improves performance. This option is recommended for GeForce GTX 1060 and lower graphics cards.

Balanced: Provides a reasonable balance between image quality and performance. Recommended from GeForce GTX 1070 Ti to GeForce RTX 20 series (Turing).

Default: Returns settings to the game’s default configuration:

Disable Async Compute: This option helps improve performance for GeForce GTX SKUs and is not recommended for NVIDIA’s new RTX models.

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