You don’t need high-end hardware to play World of Warcraft smoothly, but Blizzard’s MMORPG has never been known for making the most of existing hardware. Especially in capitals like the new Valdrakken, players with the most powerful machines can rarely reach triple-digit FPS figures. FPS drops are relatively normal, but with the latest NVIDIA Driver 528.02, more and more gamers are experiencing performance issues. Fortunately for some gamers, the solution to this problem is fairly simple.
How to fix FPS issues in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight
As reported by users on Reddit, the Max Foreground FPS setting is set to “0” after the new NVIDIA driver. To check it out for yourself, all you need to do is look for the Max Foreground FPS option in your graphics settings and either disable the feature by unchecking it or move the slider to the desired FPS number.
was another possible solution User Reshimes detected. Apparently, performance can be greatly increased by disabling multi-sample alpha testing. You can find the option for this in your graphics settings under Antialiasing, where you just have to uncheck the Alpha Multisample test box.
It is not yet known why the new driver causes these issues. However, the most likely reason is that NVIDIA’s Geforce Experience has the “optimal” settings for World of Warcraft. (Buy now )change. Did these two methods solve your World of Warcraft performance problem, or are you still struggling with disastrous FPS numbers after a new driver update from NVIDIA?
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