NEW BEST SETTINGS for Overwatch 2 – MAX FPS, PERFECT CROSSHAIR – LAG FIX GUIDE

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Hello everyone this is coach tanner and in today’s video we’re going to be going over how to get the best settings for your overwatch 2 gameplay just one thing real quick we are launching the gamely website for overwatch 2 this month with step-by-step courses and strategies for every single hero we’ll make sure that it’s way better and way more in depth than anything

Out there on youtube make sure you pre-order your sub right now at 50 off by clicking the link below with that being said let’s hop right into our list to start off we’re actually going to be in the accessibility tabs in our settings now here we’re going to turn our camera shake on reduced this is going to remove the amount of camera shake that happens whenever you

Are getting hit by certain things is going to make it much easier to aim precisely you are also going to want to have hud shake off and reduced movement on now over in our video settings is where the fun really starts this is probably the most important setting that you will come across now that is display mode here you do not want this on windowed and you you do

Not want it on borderless windowed the reason that you don’t want it on borderless or windowed mode is because you incur a large input delay if you have those on so for the lowest amount of input delay which means the fastest time from your click to the gun shooting in game you want full screen to be on for your target display that is whatever monitor you are using

In front of you for your resolution you want this to be as high as your monitor goes for example mine is 1920×1080 and for your refresh rate which is in parentheses you want that as well as high as your monitor goes and that is 240 for mine for your field of view this should always be maxed out in most games that you play for your aspect ratio 16×9 is the aspect

Ratio in which my monitor is native so i’m going to be using that now up next we have a really important thing dynamic render scale what this means is if your game is set to automatic or custom it will have a minimum and max resolution that your game can be at and what this means is 100 means it’s perfectly clear anything above that is going to add unnecessary lag

And anything below 100 is going to start looking a little bit pixelated the lower you go so whenever you have a bad computer and a lot of things are happening on the screen what you can do is you have a custom frame rate and a custom render scale and what this does is you have your desired frame rate so for example if you have a bad computer and you really want

To get 60 fps but you’re struggling to get 60 fps you can set your desired frame rate to 60fps the maximum doesn’t matter because this will just cap your frames if you have it lower so your desired frame rate is 60 fps and if you go below this fps the game will automatically make your game a little bit more blurrier so that you can get the desired frame rate so

What you’re doing is you’re trading off looks for smoothness with these options here and depending on your computer strengths you’re going to want to tinker with the this so that you can have the desired blurriness to the fps that you really want up next we have vsync and what vsync does is it adds some input latency so that your game will be a bit more smoother

And that’s why we’re turning it off triple buffering adds even more input latency to achieve a smoother frame rate if you have vsync on so again both of these options should be off up next we have reduced buffering which should be on this is intended to lower your input delay if your fpx is exceeding your monitor’s refresh rate so for example if i was getting more

Than 240 fps this would lower my input lag after this we have nvidia reflex now enabled and enabled plus boost are nearly the same thing for good computers but if you have a worse computer and you’re struggling to get fps you’re going to want to turn on enabled plus boost for your gamma correction contrast and brightness settings these are completely up to you

For however your monitor just displays your game up next we have our graphics quality and this one should be pretty obvious if you want the highest fps you want the lowest graphics possible that is going to be low in almost every single thing there are a few settings that won’t affect your fps as much but again if you don’t mind the look of the game on low then

It’s best that you just keep everything on low or off for example on shadow detail and dynamic reflections for shadow detail i would actually suggest you turn this on low because there are some situations in which you could see somebody’s shadow around a corner if they’re crouching but it’s very minimal in the effect that it has on your fps and for the rest of your

Options you want them on low or off in the details tab you want to turn on display performance stats and you want to turn on show frame rate the others don’t matter as much unless you know what they mean but your frame rate is what’s important and if you’re getting less frame rate than you desire then you need to change some of your settings up for your sound this

Is completely preferential for how your system works everybody will have a different sound for your controls your sensitivity is the most important setting in your controls along with your crosshair here now both of these are going to be personal preference but i would highly suggest that you stick within a range of 800 dpi and three sensitivity to 800 dpi and

8 sensitivity this is a really good range because it allows for players with very high sensitivity to still excel but also allows players that need a little bit more time to aim to have a slower sensitivity like i do this next section is for controllers and you don’t need to use it unless you play with controller obviously now for your crosshair your crosshairs

Again personal preference but a very solid crosshair that i love to use is 8.8 and another great crosshair would be one with a center dot the next section we have here is allied health bars this should stay on default and for this next option show friendly outlines i actually find that it’s very good if you have this on always what it does is it will always show

Your teammates outlines through the walls no matter where they are this allows you to get a good sense of how many people are still in a team fight while you’re running back from spawn and the rest of your controls are again personal preference here so up next we have the gameplay tab and we’re going to go all the way to the bottom here in miscellaneous where we

Enable high precision mouse input we want this on as it helps the game get better inputs from our mouse allowing us to aim better and for the hud section there is one thing that i change that helps me a lot and that is the waypoint opacity and the respawn icon opacity we want to set these below 50 because a lot of the times whenever you are aiming at the king of

The hill objective there’ll be a huge a in your screen and you won’t be able to see anything behind it so that can be very detrimental in actually helping you see things so i like to set these to about 20 but you can set them higher if you need to and that is all i have for you guys thank you all for watching and i hope this helps you squeeze more fps out of your

System and i will see you guys in the next video just one thing real quick we are launching the gamely website for overwatch 2 this month with step-by-step courses and strategies for every single hero we’ll make sure that it’s way better and way more in depth than anything out there on youtube make sure you pre-order your sub right now at 50 off by clicking the link below

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