Here’s the best settings to maximize your FPS in Black Ops Cold War.
In first person shooters, maximizing FPS is one of the best advantages you can have while playing. Higher FPS means more fluid gameplay, assuming your display supports frames in excess of 60. Most monitors come in variants of 60, 120, 144, 165, and 240 Hz, which all support much smoother gameplay.
However, the biggest crutch on your frame output will be your hardware. In this list, we’ll be going over all of the settings in Black Ops Cold War, and what to set them to in order to ensure the best FPS output, but to also ensure high quality visuals with medium/high tier graphics card/CPU combos.
For those using NVIDIA 1000 series cards, it’s best to stick with low/medium settings. Users rocking the 2060 and 2070 will be able to get away with more robust low/medium mix settings, and on the higher end (2080, 3000 series) players can use both high/ultra graphics while still getting max frames.
I thought putting everything on low was the best way?
If you’re on low end hardware – the answer to this is yes. If you’re running a 7th gen i5 processor and 1660, this is your best bet.
However, if you’re running a high powered graphics card and a high-end CPU, you’ll be able to crank out high graphics and frames. Putting resolution down won’t affect much from high settings – unless you want 5