As you guys heard there has been told to delete the WindowsClient Folder to get better FPS results.
I tried that too and had a worse result than before and that´s why i propose to do act like this :
Find the WindowsClient Folder in a path similar to this ( because this is my path ) :
Here should be the name of your Computer ( instead of LIGHTNING - which is my Computers Name )
To be able to see this hidden path you have to activate : "SHOW HIDDEN FILES" in your WINDOWS EXPLORER ( you will find that setting in the FOLDER OPTIONS )
Now in the folder WindowsClient you will find the file Engine.ini
- Open it by double clicking on it ---> Now you should completely delete the text in this file ----> but you should make a backup of the text and save it somewhere in case you want to undo things !
- After deleting the text : Copy this text below and paste it into the Engine.ini file :
- Close and save the file afterwards.
THAT´S IT !
Now your game should run much smoother than it did before !
To get the maximum possible FPS i also overclocked my MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Trio :
I am using the MSI Afterburner software ( newest version ) which is compatible to any graphics card and does not harm your GPU
( even if you overclock too much it will not destroy your hardware. After a Crash to desktop or Windows Reboot you can reset the settings or correct them )
But as always in such overclocking guides i don´t take any responsibility to any damage on your PC´s hardware. This is just the way i overclocked my GPU ( doesnt have to work on your GPU )
As the GPU Boost is self regulating automatical you will not have a constant Mhz Number of your GPU Core Clock , but for me it´s mostly on maximum 2088 Mhz
( dropping to lowest 1550 Mhz and then rising again to maximum 2088 Mhz )
It´s really dependant of the gaming scene in Insurgency: Sandstorm.
My FPS reach 125 maximum and drop to 62 ( lowest ) when there is too much going on on custom servers with a lot of Bots ( Coop )
My reference custom testserver is : --UK Tactical, High Bot Count--
I don´t use any Water-Cooling in my PC , just regular air cooling ( standard --> 3 ventilators on GPU )
My PC specs are in my signature down below !
Here are screenshots from my regular Game FPS performance :
( On Screen Display of MSI Afterburner showing details of GPU Temperature, Load, Core Clock, Memory Clock, FPS )