With the right settings, the RTX 2060 Super also manages the magic 144 fps in Call of Duty: Warzone.
To get Activision Free2Play hit Call of Duty: Warzone at the highest level possible, you need not only good reactions, aim and understanding of the game, but also the right graphics settings that match your hardware.
As part of the FramesWinGames program, Nvidia now reveals the settings of the professionals for maximum frames per second (fps) at 1,920 x 1,080 resolution.
Performance settings for Call of Duty: Warzone
- Display mode: Full screen
- Refresh rate: Set to Hertz number of the monitor
- Rendering resolution: 90
- Image format: Automatically
- Image synchronization (V-Sync):
- Own limitation of the refresh rate: Unlimited
Details & textures
- Texture resolution: normal
- Anisotropic texture filter: normal
- Particle quality: High
- Bullet holes & sprays: Activated
- Tessellation: All
Shadows & lighting
- Shadow map resolution: normal
- Buffer point shadows: Activated
- Buffer sun shadows: Activated
- Particle lighting: Low
- DirectX ray tracing: Disabled
- Surrounding: Disabled
- Screen Space Reflection (SSR): Disabled
- Anitaliasing: SMAA 1X
- Depth of field:
- Film strength: 0.00
- World motion sharpness: Disabled
- Weapons motion sharpness: Disabled
- Noise: 0.00
Latest driver and image sharpening
The latest Geforce graphics driver is also a prerequisite for best performance. In order to counteract the poorer image quality with the settings optimized solely for the frame rate, Nvidia recommends using the Nvidia Control Panel Image Sharpening to activate. You have to do the following:
- Open Nvidia Control Panel (either by right-clicking on the Nvidia icon in the info bar or by right-clicking on the desktop and then selecting Nvidia Control Panel)
- Select the menu item »Manage 3D settings«
- Click on the “Program settings” tab
- Call of Duty: select Warzone (add if not available)
- Enable focusing of the images with standard settings
With RTX 2060 Super over 144 fps
In addition to the settings, the hardware is also crucial for good performance. Activision recommends at least one Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080 / RTX 2070 Super or AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 for competitive gaming – that means 144 fps and more. A corresponding monitor (for example with 120/144 Hertz) is also required.
With the proposed settings from Nvidia, however, the RTX 2060 Super should also be able to break the mark of an average of 144 fps (see picture above).
By the way: If you do not want the highest fps number when bending and breaking, but want to enjoy Call of Duty: Warzone in addition to a high frame rate and a handsome look, Prosettings.net offers somewhat more balanced settings.
What are high fps good for?
The higher the fps and the refresh rate, i.e. frames per second and Hertz number of the monitor, the lower the latency and the softer the animations. In the following video, Nvidia demonstrates the differences between 60, 144 and 240 fps:
However, it must be said that the Perception very individual is. Experience has shown that the step from 60 to 120/144 fps / Hertz benefits the most, whereas the further step to 240 fps / Hertz is less noticeable.