If you use a PC build or gaming laptop with an Nvidia GPU and play NARAKA BLADEPOINT, you can optimize your gaming experience by adjusting the graphics settings and other features in the Nvidia Control Panel. Having the best Nvidia Control Panel graphics settings for NARAKA BLADEPOINT will enhance your gameplay and overall performance.
If you want to improve your computer’s performance, you can learn how to optimize your Nvidia Control Panel settings by following this guide.
Can NVidia Control Settings Also Improve Performance for NARAKA BLADEPOINT?
best NVidia Settings for NARAKA BLADEPOINT
Below is a brief summary of the best NVidia settings we will discuss below in case you want to copy/paste them.
- Image Scaling – Off
- Ambient Occlusion – Off
- Anisotropic Filtering – Off
- Antialiasing – Off
- Antialiasing – Off
- Antialiasing Mode – Off
- Antialiasing Transparency – Off
- Background Application Max Frame Rate: Off
- CUDA GPUs – All
- DSR Factors – Off
- Low Latency Mode – Depends
- Max Frame Rate – Off
- Preferred Refresh Rate: Highest Available
- Multi-Frame Sampled AA – Off
- OpenGL Rendering GPU – Main GPU
- Power-Management Mode – Prefer Maximum Performance
- Shader Cache Size – Driver Default
- Texture Filtering -Anisotropic sample optimization – On
- Texture Filtering – Negative LOD Bias – Allow
- Texture Filtering – Quality – High Performance
- Texture Filtering – Trilinear Optimization – On
- Threaded optimization – On
- Triple buffering – Off
- Vertical Sync – Off
- Virtual Reality pre-rendered frames: 1
Best NVidia Control Panel Settings for NARAKA BLADEPOINT
If you want to understand the impact of each NVidia setting and why we recommend modifying them, keep reading.
I highly recommend you download the best NVidia driver for NARAKA BLADEPOINT and install it before moving on to the settings.
Click on the “Use the advanced 3D image settings” option, and click Apply.
Then move to “Manage 3D settings” tab. Below I will go through all the settings one by one.
Image Scaling replaced the old option called Image Sharpening. Image Scaling will downscale the resolution and then sharpen the image in NARAKA BLADEPOINT. It’s like DLSS, but it’s not even close. Just keep it disabled.
Keep it off on the NVidia Control Panel, and if you want to enable it, do it through the NARAKA BLADEPOINT settings. It makes the shadows look a little better, but it’s not worth it.
Turn it off here and enable it in NARAKA BLADEPOINT if needed. It makes everything sharper, more precise and looks better.
If you enable it on the NVidia Control Panel and start noticing weird graphics in NARAKA BLADEPOINT, come back to the NVidia settings and disable it.
Antialiasing – FXAA
“Budget” less FPS taxing anti-aliasing option. Keep it off.
Antialiasing – Gamma correction
Almost every modern game, including NARAKA BLADEPOINT has Gamma Correction already enabled. Useless setting; keep it off.
Antialiasing – Mode
As I said above, keep it OFF and enable it in NARAKA BLADEPOINT if you want it ON.
Antialiasing – Setting
Antialiasing – Transparency
Doe’s nothing in NARAKA BLADEPOINT, so keep it off.
Background Application Max Frame Rate
If you are in a game and you alt+tab out NARAKA BLADEPOINT, then having this setting set will cap the FPS when you tab out. But it only works for Windowed mode or Borderless. If you are playing on full-screen, this setting will not work.
CUDA – GPUs
If you have only one GPU, you can skip this setting. If you have multiple GPUs, select the most powerful one because if you run a GPU-accelerated application that uses CUDA, it will come and use that specific one.
DSR – Factors
Dynamic Super Resolution(DSR) should be set to OFF unless you know what you are doing.
DSR – Smoothness
Low Latency Mode
Turn it OFF in the NVidia Control Panel and turn it ON in NARAKA BLADEPOINT.
Recommendation: High-Medium systems, turn OFF. For low-end systems, try ON / Ultra and see which one works best.
Max Frame Rate
There are many more efficient ways to cap your maximum frame rate, so there is no reason to use this one. In most modern games, including NARAKA BLADEPOINT, you can cap your FPS via NARAKA BLADEPOINT’s settings.
Preferred Refresh Rate
Recommendation: Highest available for the smoothest experience in NARAKA BLADEPOINT.
Multi-Frame Sampled AA (MFAA)
OpenGL rendering GPU
Recommendation: Choose your NVIDIA GPU
Power management mode
Recommendation: Prefer maximum performance
Shader Cache Size
Recommendation: Driver Default
Texture filtering – Anisotropic sample optimization
Texture filtering – Negative LOD bias
Texture filtering – Quality
Recommendation: High performance
Texture filtering – Trilinear optimization
Recommendation: Off unless your GPU is overheating.
Virtual Reality pre-rendered frames
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Please note that these settings may not be appropriate for every person on this planet, and we all have different playstyles and preferences regarding quality and performance. To summarize, the above NVidia settings are intended for gamers who want the absolute best performance possible in NARAKA BLADEPOINT.