Best Tarkov Graphics Settings 2024 (Performance, Visibility)

These are the best graphics settings for Escape From Tarkov for performance and visibility.

Before starting this, I would recommend making sure that your Windows settings are set up properly first:

  • Verify that you have all the most up-to-date Windows patches installed.
  • Verify that you have all the most up-to-date graphics card updates.

Now that you have that done let’s update the Tarkov video settings:

  • Screen resolution – Set to match your monitor’s resolution.
  • Aspect Ratio – 16:9
  • Screen mode – Fullscreen
  • Monitor – Set to match your monitor.
  • VSync – On
  • Overall Graphics Quality – Start at Low. Once you set some other settings, this setting will automatically increase.
  • Texture Quality – High
  • Shadows Quality – Low
  • Object LOD Quality – 2.5
  • Overall Visibility – 1500
  • Anti-aliasing – TAA High
  • Resampling – 1x off
  • NVIDIA DLSS – Off
  • AMD FSR 1.0 – Off
  • AMD FSR 2.2 – Off
  • HBAO – max performance
  • SSR – Low
  • Anisotropic filtering – Off
  • NVIDIA Reflex Low Latency – Off
  • Sharpness – Your preference. I like 0.7.
  • Lobby FPS Limit – Grayed out due to VSync being turned on. This is okay. Just make sure it is set to maximum (temporarily turn off VSync if you need to change this).
  • Game FPS Limit – It is grayed out due to VSync being turned on. This is okay. Just ensure it is set to maximum (temporarily turn off VSync if you need to change this).
  • Mip Streaming Buffer Size – Grayed out due to VSync being turned on. This is okay. Just ensure it is set to maximum (temporarily turn off VSync if you need to change this).
  • Mip Streaming Disk Space Usage Limit – Grayed out due to VSync being turned on. This is okay. Just ensure it is set to maximum (temporarily turn off VSync if you need to change this).
  • High-Quality Color – Off
  • Z-Blur – Off
  • Chrom. Aberrations – Off
  • Noise – Off
  • Grass Shadows – Off
  • Mip Streaming – Off
  • Streets of Tarkov Lower Texture Resolution Mode – On

For Lower End PCs

If you have a slightly lower-end PC close to the minimum system requirements, you can update a few settings to make it run a bit smoother. Start with the exact settings above with a few differences:

  • VSync – Off
  • Overall Graphics Quality – Low
  • Texture Quality – Medium
  • Resampling – 0.5x downsampling to 2x downsampling, depending on your system.

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