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How to Increase FPS in Rust

How to Increase FPS in Rust

  • Alex
  • July 5, 2017

In order to begin, you must pull up your frame rate on the screen. To do this, simply press F1, and then type

graphs.fps 1

That should make your FPS appear on the bottom left of the screen, so use this to measure the effects of changing your settings.

The next step is simple, just press F1 on the keyboard, and it should bring up a menu that looks like this:

Rust F2 Menu Settings

Here, you can click to toggle most of the features off, or turn the sliders to 0, and in doing so you should see performance increases in your FPS rate while playing Rust. Make sure to find a good balance; you don’t want an extremely high FPS if it means ruining your experience by making the game look terrible!

These features consume the most resources, so keep that in mind when toggling them:

  • Motion Blur
  • Anti-Alias
  • Full Reflections
  • Terrain Quality

Hopefully this will help some of you with any performance issues you may have in Rust. Let us know in the comment section below what worked for you!

This article was authored by Alex. The proud creator of Hopefully you'll find my guides to be accurate and useful.

Updated: July 7, 2021
Category: Rust

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