With newer updates and graphics advancements, a powerful machine is required to run PUBG flawlessly. Players with high end computers also complain stuttering and fps drops. If you don't Do your graphics settings right, your game will suffer from stuttering, lag and repeated fps drops even if you have a capable gaming computer or laptop to run the game.
This article will help you fix lag and stuttering on PUBG pc. Ensure all the graphics settings on your computer are correct by going through following steps. Many professional PUBG players use these settings or similar to these.
Nearly all video games and monitors come with a standard resolution of 1920 x 1080. However, you can choose a custom resolution. By Enabling Smoothed Frame Rate, your frames will be smoother. You can choose brightness with the comfort of your eyes and monitor.
Render scale varies directly with the stress on your graphics card. Decreasing the render scale will make your game look blurry, it's recommended to stay with default "100". For a low-end PC, it is recommended to keep Overall Graphics Settings to Very Low. "Very Low" decreases graphics quality and increases frames per second.
Choosing Vertical sync "ON" will limit your frames per second to the refresh rate of your monitor. For example, if your monitor has a refresh rate of 60 hertz and you choose Vertical sync "ON". Then you will get a maximum of 60 fps in-game.
Make sure your graphics card drivers are up to date, outdated drivers can cause stuttering and lag as well. If you use an Nvidia graphics card, then update your graphic drivers from "Nvidia Geforce Experience". If you have an AMD radeon graphics card, then you can update your drivers from "AMD Radeon Settings" Panel.