The most obvious ad basic method is to install a better graphics card. But besides that, there are several things you can do to get a faster gaming.
Disable anti-aliasing. This should give you a 20% increase in FPS.
Less detail and quality of the game. It’s unpleasant, but sometimes it’s necessary.
Lower resolution. This is awful too, but it can make playable unplayable.
Turn off the shadows. Shadows can be the most difficult feature of graphical representation, and turning them off will make a big difference in speed.
GPU Overclocking. Low-end graphics cards tend to overclock very well. MSI Afterburner is a utility that every player should master even if he does not use it for overclocking.
The way it works best is to reduce the screen resolution, the fewer pixels the GPU needs to make, the more FPS it will have, and secondly, to reduce the in-game settings as much as possible.
For a laptop, the options are limited, first make sure you have the latest screen drivers, all applications running in the background are closed and disable or close any antivirus software during the game. You can upgrade the RAM to faster modules and make sure that both slots have an equal amount to run in dual channel mode.
One of the imporant things for a modern Intel machine is that you can power down the CPU and GPU using the Intel Extreme tuner, which significantly reduces power consumption and can allow for better performance (even if they are low and the machine breaks down). Finally, you can create a lower custom resolution in the Intel graphics settings to force the game to use it.
On a desktop, you have all these options, but the best thing to do is upgrade your graphics card and maybe your processor.
You can easily increase the performance of your PC, which includes the use of third-party applications. iSumsoft system Refixer is a powerful system optimization application that eliminates the mystery of registry cleaning, allowing users to easily clean Windows registry keys and remaining entries from uninstalled applications. It also cleans many types of temporary files, memory dumps and more that can help slow down a PC.
You can improve the cooling of the PC or simply upgrade the PC components for even better performance.
If you have a laptop, the only things you can upgrade are RAM and hard drive that can be replaced with a faster SSD. Upgrading the RAM- a lot of memory. Faster memory brings only a small improvement. Before you buy anything, be sure to do some research to make sure that the component you want to upgrade is compatible with your laptop or PC.
For a desktop, you can upgrade the processor, RAM and graphics card. You also need to upgrade your monitor to support 144 Hz and above. Also check what your motherboard can support before purchasing an upgrade. Also check the power requirements of any new graphics card.