If you’re a dedicated player on the NoPixel server, you understand the importance of optimizing your gaming experience. Having the right settings can significantly enhance your FPS (frames per second) and make your gameplay smoother. In this blog post, we’ll share some of the Best NoPixel Server Settings to help you get the most out of your gaming sessions.
- Resolution: 3440×1440 – Adjust this to match your monitor’s screen size (e.g., 1920×1080 for Full HD).
- Output Monitor: 1 (any monitor you use)
- FXAA: ON (If you own an RTX, consider turning this on for improved graphics).
- MSAA: 4x maximum
- NVidia TXAA: ON (It can boost your FPS).
- VSync: OFF (Turning it off can prevent FPS limitations, but watch out for screen tearing).
- Population Density / Variety / Distance Scaling: Max
- Extended Texture Budget: Keep it around the middle. This can fix texture glitches.
- Texture Quality: Very high (Balancing visual fidelity and performance is crucial).
- Shader Quality: Very high | Aesthetic appeal and smooth gameplay depend on shader quality.
- Shadow Quality: Very high | Avoid going above “very high” if you need more FPS.
- Reflection Quality: Ultra – If it doesn’t significantly impact your FPS.
- Reflection MSAA: X8 – Choose based on your setup; x8 is a good value.
- Water Quality: Very high – Consider lowering water quality for a noticeable FPS boost without sacrificing visual quality.
- Particles Quality: Very high
- Grass Quality: Ultra – Only use “Ultra” if you have an RTX 3080 or better. High grass quality can lower FPS, especially in natural areas.
- Soft Shadows: Depends on your GPU; choose between “Softest” or “NVidia PCSS.”
- Post FX: Ultra (if you use Naturalvision Evolved).
- Motion Blur Strength: Personal preference; adjust to your liking.
- In-Game Depth Of Field Effects: Personal preference; adjust to your liking.
- Anisotropic Filtering: Depends on your setup; X16 offers the sharpest visuals, but turning it OFF provides more FPS.
- Ambient Occlusion: High for the best visual look, OFF if you experience lag.
Advanced Graphics Settings
- Long Shadows: ON – Simply looks better.
- High Resolution Shadows: ON
- High Detail Streaming While Flying: ON
- Extended Distance Scaling / Extended Shadows Distance: Adjust to your preference.
Troubles? Check this out:
- If your system struggles to provide a smooth NoPixel experience even after optimizing settings, consider upgrading your hardware. A faster CPU or a more powerful GPU might be the solution.
- Encountering invisible maps, MLOs, or walls? Check out this tutorial – it will likely resolve the issue.
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