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Ever wanted a free 5-10 FPS in cities? Well I think I have a tweak for you...

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Notice:
The Fps boost may vary from setup to setup. For me, I got around +10 Fps in urban areas. It may be more or less for you!

What is this?
This is a tweak for your INI files that may help your performance immensely, subtlety, or not at all in urban areas. (Hey, it was worth a try right?) For me, it definitely solved most of my issues regarding performance in Fallout's towns and cities.

Who it's for:
Everyone. You should at least try out the tweak, it can't reduce your FPS it can only help it. It should effect people with ten series cards more than others. I have a video showcasing the tweak (Using a 1080 Ti) in Diamond City. Here it is:

(Heavily modded, using Endless Warfare)

How?
Navigate to your Fallout 4 INI's Folder Usually in C:\Users\(Your name)\Documents\My Games\Fallout4
And tweak the following:
In you're Fallout4.ini

Find the following lines:
bDeferredCommands=
bMultiThreadedAccumulation=
bMultiThreadedRenderingUNP=


For you all these should narmally be set to 1. Change them all to 0.

Then, copy those lines.

Find your Fallout4Custom.ini and open it.

Below
[Archive]
bInvalidateOlderFiles=1
sResourceDataDirsFinal=
(If you do not have these lines, you've failed to follow NMM's guide to start modding)

Now, make a new header called [Display]. Copy and paste the lines you saved earlier. Now it should look a little something like this:

[Archive]
bInvalidateOlderFiles=1
sResourceDataDirsFinal=
[Display]
bMultiThreadedAccumulation=0
bMultiThreadedRenderingUNP=0
bDeferredCommands=0


Finally, add a new [General] header, still in FalloutCustom.ini. And copy these lines and paste them under it:

uInterior Cell Buffer=12
uExterior Cell Buffer=144
iNumHWThreads=xx
iPreloadSizeLimit=1048576000

Where the "xx" is, is where you put how many threads your CPU has. It should also slightly improve the framerate. A guide on how to find that can be found here.


That's it, you're all good to go.

Credits:
Bethesda for Fallout 4
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