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Optimization for TF2 on older/low end computers, or high end PCs if you want even more FPS.

1. Introduction

Welcome to the guide! I know there has been many other guides out there about this, but I have some stuff here that may help you with your TF2's performance. So, let's start!

NOTE: The original guide link which is at the bottom torwards the end, will be updated first for this, this is just an alternative link.

2. Upgrading Your Rig

Upgrading your rig can make a huge deal of performance for TF2. TF2 isn't hard at all on the GPU do to its graphics not being that Heavy, but the game on high still looks decent. I set up a list of parts you can buy and build your own PC. Trust me, building a PC isn't hard, its like a puzzle. There are some videos on YouTube that can help you understand how its like. TF2 Rig Parts Link

This is a 600 dollar build, it can run most casual games and it has an additional monitor, sound card, wireless and wired networking adapters as well. You may need to get some speakers yourself.

3. Tips

Here are some tips:

You don't need to have 60 frames - You do not require 60 FPS! You can even go as low as 40, even though 30 is playable, for an everyday person it may be too choppy, 40 is still choppy but not as bad, but it is still within reasonable framerate, 50 for slim - no choppiness, I prefer 50, but I try to avoid 60 FPS, since you do not need that much, that will just push the computer more and more for no reason, this can increase the PC's lifetime. If in games you limit the FPS to 40 or 50, you can have a more consistent and fluid gameplay, play better in more competitive situations, and enjoy the experience more!

(Note) If anyone would like to share any suggestions for tips, let me know in the comments! I appreciate any suggestion that you put down.

4. Launch Options

This is a easy one to start off with, just go to your Steam, right click on Team Fortress 2, make sure you are on the general tab, select Set Launch Options, and just copy and paste this in there and click ok: -novid -nojoy -high -threads x +mat_queue_mode x +r_eyegloss "0" +r_eyemove "0" +r_eyeshift_x "0" +r_eyeshift_y "0" +r_eyeshift_z "0" +r_eyesize "0"

(Replace the width and height with your resolution.) (Replace threads with the number of cores you have in your processor.) (Replace x with -1 if you have 1 core on your processor or put 2 if you have 2 or more cores.)

FPS Configs

There are many different configs out there for sure, but there is 2 that really stand out, below will be some options to choose from, and just install the it in C:/Program Files/ (or Program Files (x86) Steam, steamapps, common, Team Fortress 2, tf, cfg. For Linux however, just go in Home, and make sure hidden files are enabled, just go in: .steam/Steam/steamapps/common/Team Fortress 2/tf/cfg. Then Mac you go to: ~/Library/Application Support/Steam/SteamApps/common/Team Fortress 2/tf/cfg. FPS Configs are scripts or commands for the game to run at startup, the commands make the game run at lower graphics. It also disables useless things in the game, one of the best ways to improve FPS for low end PCs, high end PCs that have trouble with framerates should just try disabling some stuff first, then try low graphics if that doesn't work, however if you have a GPU like Intel HD Graphics, or any type of integrated graphics should run at lower graphics either way.

Comanglia's Config

Rhapsody's Config

Or, here are some Chris Frames configs from back in the day, I just updated it a bit, the commands and such are slightly different, but for me it works better than most other configurations. So, give them a shot!

Chris Max Frames (Only has the important stuff on with low graphics, best option if you're PC is a 2007 toaster/potato or your PC is generally low end.)

Chris High Frames (Lower then DX9 slightly, but still decent looks, best option if you have a somewhat decent CPU like a i3 or above but a low end graphics card, even though TF2 may not be so rough with GPU.)

Chris DX9 Frames (Slightly higher graphics, if your PC for the most part is pretty decent or above, this is the best option.)

There is this other FPS config that I came across, it seems a lot more updated since I noticed some commands have been slacking on the Comanglia's and Rhapsody's configs.

This one doesn't have a name, it is just a config. But my the looks of it, it is a lot more updated, not to say that Comanglia's and Rhapsody's is extremely out-of-date, it is just a little bit. But this new one looks great! I suggest giving it a shot. It came out in July.

I actually found it from this video here.

TF2 Upgraded FPS Config

I modified Comanglia's Config into a High Graphic FPS Config that is made to make the game look identical to the regular high graphics, it works pretty much as well as any other FPS config that normally puts the graphics lower, pretty much everyone should be able to run this as long as they have a newer GPU, at least a 2010 or 2011 model since TF2 came out in 2007 and the graphics are not that great compared to now, so I suggest giving it a shot.

High Graphic FPS Config


I set up a new updated config, it is designed for high graphic and extra FPS, but most cards can handle TF2 on highest settings, if your graphics card can handle TF2's graphic, just not so much with CPU, definitely check this out, it gives me around a 50 - 60 FPS boost, but mind you this is on my high end system, so results will probably be better on a lower end system. It does have some new commands in it, and some of them are not even in Comanglia or Rhapsody's configs.

Updated Config Link

Here are the benchmarks if you want to see them! Note that I did not do the modified ones, just the stock Rhapsody and Comanglia Configs.

PC Specs when recording benchmarks: Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU N2830 @ 2.16 GHz (2 CPUs) (up to 2.40 GHz) - 4 GB DDR3 RAM - Intel HD Integrated Graphics (64 Megabytes VRAM)

Comanglia's Config Benchmark: 4451 frames 79.110 seconds 56.26 fps (17.77 ms/f) 5.801 fps variability

Rhapsody's Config Benchmark: 2462 frames 48.302 seconds 50.97 fps (19.62 ms/f) 6.599 fps variability

(Note that with Rhapsody's Config it rendered 2,462 frames, and 4,451 with Comanglia's Config, so Comanglia's would most likely have better FPS, because there so close with the FPS and Rhapsody's only rendered around 2,000 frames and Comanglia's rendered around 4,000 and it still had slightly better FPS, Rhapsody's is more of a editor config, but if you just want to get it done, Comanglia's is better, if you want to make your own FPS config, Rhapsody's is a little bit easier.)

If you are deciding you are going to make your own FPS config, then I highly recommend getting this program called Notepad++.

Notepad++ Link


It is a more advanced Notepad that makes it a lot easier to manage all the text and you can multitask with different text files. For making any scripts or configs, this is one of the best programs to recommend. Unfortunately, Notepad++ is only available for Microsoft Windows.

FOR ALTERNATIVE CONFIGS OR GENERATORS, VISIT THIS LINK THAT WILL GENERATE A CONFIG FOR YOU WITH SOME COOL SETTINGS: CFG TF!

5. FPS Mods

There are a few mods, not that many that work now though unfortunately, but there is still some. I will tell you where to install them individually since some can't be installed in the same spots.

No Hats Mod: Windows: C:/Program Files/ (or Program Files (x86) Steam/steamapps/common/Team Fortress 2/tf/custom

Linux: Home/.steam/Steam/steamapps/common/Team Fortress 2/tf/custom 

Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/Steam/SteamApps/common/Team Fortress 2/tf/custom (If there is no custom folder for Mac, then make one.)

No Hats Mod removed most - all hats from the game to help it render it on the computer easier, certain hats can make extreme losses in framerates, I recommend giving it a shot!

Bullet Hole Effects: Windows: C:/Program Files/ (or Program Files (x86) Steam/steamapps/common/Team Fortress 2/tf/scripts

Linux: Home/.steam/Steam/steamapps/common/Team Fortress 2/tf/scripts

Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/Steam/SteamApps/common/Team Fortress 2/tf/custom (If there is no custom folder for Mac, then make one.)

Bullet Hole Effects basically just removed smoke and such when you shoot and a bullet hits a wall, like in BLU spawn on Dustbowl if you shoot the walls dust and stuff comes off of it, it doesn't exactly remove dust, just removes some particles from it.

No Hats Mod Link

Bullet Hole Dust Effects Link

There used to be many mods out there that helped a lot, but now they do not really help at all, just lower graphics, maybe it is the way TF2 renders stuff now, I do not know, but besides that... There are still a few mods that work, such as No Hats and Bullet Hole Dust effects, so give them a shot!

6. Graphics Driver Settings

NVIDIA

Open NVIDIA control panel, press Manage 3D settings, and then choose High-performance NVIDIA processor under Preferred graphics processor.

Geforce Experience

Some people reported to gain an FPS boost from uninstalling Geforce Experience, it basically let you check for updates, uninstall it. You can check for driver updates on their site.

AMD

If you are having issues though on amd change the tesselation from amd optimized to programs defaults. reduces the polycount of the ingame objects will help if your lagging on an lower end ATI card. also switch the anti-aliasing off in catalist and switch the V-Sync off.

RadeonPro

Featuring basic 3D controls found on Catalyst Control Center plus exclusive controls like advanced V-Sync control and post-processing based anti-aliasing like SMAA, RadeonPro can help on fine tuning of your games making them look better and also feel better and smoother through the use of Dynamic V-sync Control (DVC) and Dynamic Frame rate Control (DFC). RadeonPro can also help Crossfire users to force multi-GPU utilization in games not supported by the driver, improving your games performance with a few clicks.

7. Updating Graphics Drivers

 I cannot stress enough to update your graphic card drivers, these can give a huge FPS boost, it gave me about a +10 FPS boost, you just make sure you know your graphics card, if not then go in the Run box, type in dxdiag, go on the Display tab, and by Name is should say the graphics card. Then just search it on your PC manufacturer's website, and see if you can find a newer version, if there is make sure you install it, it can increase FPS and on some things maybe even increase graphics a bit. I recommend getting the Intel Driver Update Utility if you have a Intel Graphics Driver, it will just scan for new versions of Intel Graphics Drivers, and you can just download it and install it. It is actually really good! I use it (As of 9/11/16) and it has helped a lot!

Intel Driver Update Utility Link

8. Anti-Virus

While you are playing any Steam game, there is this folder in Steam is constantly getting updated with new Steam stats, because it is getting updated constantly it gets anti-virus software's attention and makes it constantly scan it, especially bad on lower end PCs and laptops, I will show you how to make it not do this.

All you have to do is to go on your anti-viruses Trust List, or Exceptions, and add this folder to the list: C:/Program Files/ (or Program Files (x86) Steam/appcache/stats

ALSO, make sure you have a really good anti-virus, viruses get worse and worse everyday, so make sure of that, and I will also leave links to MY personal top 3 favorite anti-viruses, these are free editions. Make sure you scan for PCs for viruses, once they are removed it may speed up your PC.

1. Bitdefender

2. AVG

3. Avast

However, you do not exactly need an anti-virus for Mac or Linux because their systems are so much harder to program viruses for and their security systems are a bit better then Windows, so for those 2, I wouldn't worry about it, but Windows, I would get an anti-virus.

If you have the extra money to buy a better version of an anti-virus, you should. I would recommend McAfee Total Protection

Microsoft Security Essentials It is a more simple antivirus that also provides a firewall. If you have Windows 8, 8.1, or 10 than you already have it since it is built in, if you have Windows 7, you will need to download the installer. I HIGHLY recommend to uninstall any current anti-viruses if you have installed one, this goes for ALL anti-viruses, anti-viruses can conflict with each other and can ravage you system's performance and the two anti-virus programs may corrupt or have some important files needed to run to be deleted.

9. Windows Settings (Windows Only)

Windows has various settings to optimize your PC to run programs and games faster, here are some ways to optimize your PC.

Right click the power icon at the bottom-right, select Power Options, and select the arrow, and select High Performance.

Now, this one depends if you have, Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10.

Windows 7: Open Windows Explorer, Right click This Computer, or something similar to that, and click Properties, select Advanced System Settings, select performance settings, and click Adjust for Best Performance.

Windows 8, 8.1, and 10: Right click the start menu button, click System, click Advanced System Settings, select performance settings, and click Adjust for Best Performance.

Press Windows Key + R keys at the same time, type in the Run box msconfig, and then select the boot tab, click No GUI Boot, click Advanced Options, select Number of Processors, and select as many as Windows allowed you with it is 1, 2, 3, etc.

10. CCleaner

CCleaner is a very good program that cleans out your computer for any junk files. A lot of professional tech people have recommended too, even though I am techy but not the best tech guy, I still recommend this program! Junk files hog up disk space and reduce performance in games and in general.

CCleaner Download

11. Defraggler

Defraggler is a program that defragments your system for any misplaces files. Misplaces files can cause issues in certain parts of the system, hog up disk space, and reduce performance. Try to do a slow defrag once a week.

Defraggler Download

12. Microsoft Contig

Microsoft Contig is a set of files that gets inserted in your game's main folder that will defragment it, I use this myself on my GL752VW laptop from Asus and it works great, it keeps the game running smooth, boosts FPS, and keeps it stable. I will leave a link to a video on how to use it, since explaining it can be complicated.

Video Link

MS Contig Link

13. Overclocking Your CPU

Overclocking your CPU is a great way to improve FPS on TF2 if you have a very old or low end CPU. However, it can come at a dangerous cost, heat. You will require a higher voltage as you increase the MHz of a CPU. (MHz is the way they measure the speed of a CPU) So be very careful about your temps, or else you can burn down your PC's CPU, or maybe even the whole computer. If you have an Intel Processor, I suggest installing

Intel Extreme Tuning Utility, which is a great tool for overclocking, I will leave a in-depth video off of Intel's website for overclocking CPUs with this program. (Note that this only supports the i series processors, any different processors can't be overclocked unfortunately.) However, if you have an AMD processor, you want to use AMD OverDrive, which is another great program for AMD processors. I will leave a guide here for how to use it safely. I HIGHLY recommend having 1 or 2 case fans for this or if you have a laptop use a laptop cooler to prevent heat damage. I WILL NOT be held responsible for any damages that are caused, just stick with the guide and be careful about what your doing, increase the voltage and MHz little by little, then if it crashes, reboot put it back a little bit lower where it didn't crash, then there you go! It is easy to use as long as you be careful and think about what you are doing, overclocking isn't a game.

14. TweakPower

TweakPower is a program that if very useful for optimizing Windows 7, 8.1, and 10 with extra features such as tweaking some system settings, cleaning the system, and overall improving system performance and stability. When it comes to FPS, it won't really do much to increase it, but for me at least, it makes it A LOT more stable, and runs much smoother! One issue however, some antivirus like AVG for example (The one I use) MAY detect it as a virus, same goes for any other antivirus software, so you may need to add an exception to your antivirus list. When it comes to customizing settings, it is different for every PC, so I recommend experimenting with it and see what works for you. TweakPower Link

15. Resolution

If you lower your resolution you should get a bit of a performance increase. Resolution is basically the scaling of the game's window, and it also effects quality such as, 1080p, 720p, things like that. If you go in TF2's Options and go to the Video tab, you should see a option for resolution, select a lower one. It may increase framerates a lot, it may not at all. If it doesn't, just set it back to the way you had it before, if you do not know what you had it set to before, just select the one that says (Native). If you want even more of a performance boost however, you may need to lower resolution a bit more, but there are other ways of doing this. If you go into Steam, right click Team Fortress 2, select Properties, and select Set Launch Options, you will see a little command bar. What you do, is you put -w WIDTH -h HEIGHT (You put your resolution width and height in the WIDTH and HEIGHT parts). However, if you do not know these slightly more advanced resolution options very well, I wouldn't recommend messing with them or else the screen may look weird and you may require to reset TF2's settings to restore it to default. But I mean, I guess you could look up some things about it, but I still wouldn't mess with it unless you know what you are doing. Unless you just wanna explore it. You can just go in the options and do it, but if you want a custom resolution, launch options work better for that. If you have a REAL hard time running TF2, I suggest putting it in resolution -w 800 -h 600 (800 x 600) or in other words 600p.

16. Core Unparking (Windows Only)

In Windows, there is a feature called Core Parking, which basically sets your CPU cores to a low power mode, decreasing performance and saving power. I guess Microsoft especially now is obsessed over power saving, it is better to have extra performance than power saving when it comes to gaming. But otherwise, there is this program called Disable Core Parking Utility (Ik long name). It unparks your cores, taking them out of low power mode, and basically making them ready for some serious gaming! All you do, is once you open the files, is you click Check Status, and once it is done, which can take up to 5 min, you just click Unpark All, reboot your PC, and done! It is a one and done deal. Quick and easy. Disable Core Parking Utility Download

17. Laptop Overheating (Paid Option)

Sometimes the issue is your laptop is overheating, when a laptop overheats, CPUs and GPUs do something called "Thermal Throttling". Thermal Throttling is when a component overheats and reduces the speed of the component to reduce heat, which will decrease gaming performance and computer application speeds in general. Even though this is a paid option, it isn't relatively too bad with the price! It is called a Opolar LC05 Laptop Cooler, which on the markets it has been very popular lately as of 2017. What it is is a fairly small device that has a VACUUM FAN, not a FAN, a VACUUM FAN, which gets set up on the laptop's air vent. It will suck up any dust and as well as force hot air out of the computer. Even though you could just get a laptop cooler, laptop coolers get put on the bottom of the laptop, most of the time with laptops, there usually isn't air vents on the bottom, so they most of the time do not help much. But this goes directly on the air vent, where air usually comes out. This is a highly rated and reviewed product and if you need something to help with overheating or generally you would prefer lower heat even if it isn't overheating, this is a great paid option!

Opolar LC05 Laptop Cooler Page

18. Overclocking Your Monitor

DISCLAIMER: This is a dangerous task for your monitor! Parts have been known to possibly crap out due to monitor overclocking! Make sure you have a back up monitor to revert the overclocked monitor's settings if you get a OUT OF RANGE error! I am not responsible for any damages to your monitor by making any action or change on it!

Explanation:

You may not exactly have a FPS problem, your monitor just may not have a lot of Hz! Hz is essentially your refresh rate. Refresh Rate is how many times your monitor refreshes a frame, than thats when FPS (Frames Per Second) comes in hand. For example, if you run at 30 FPS, you monitor is refreshing the frame 30 times a second. So if you have 60 Hz monitor. Lets say you were running Team Fortress 2 at 300 FPS and you have a 60 Hz Monitor, you will be able to notice the 60 FPS feel just fine, but at 300 FPS it feels like 60, that is because your monitor is 60 Hz. However, some people use 144 Hz monitors, which the advantage about those monitors are that theres will refresh 144 time a second. Essentially 144 FPS. 

Overclocking:

This will require you to know your GPU, Press the Win + R at the same time, and type in "dxdiag" (Without quotations) If you see a box that says if you want to verify driver signatures, click no. Once it loads, select Display. Whatever it says at NAME in the Device box, that is your graphics card.

Now, onto the overclocking part now that you know your GPU. If you have an AMD card, look at the AMD section, Intel for Intel, NVIDIA for NVIDIA.

AMD: Go to your system tray, select Radeon settings, go to Display tab, select Additional Settings at top right, a new window will open, select Custom Resolutions on the left, click New, set Timing Standard to CVT and go to Refresh Rate and change it by 5 at a time, the chances of your monitor going past 80 Hz is slim to none, so I wouldn't expect a huge bump up like that unless your lucky, but even 75 Hz is really good! I have my 60 Hz monitor set to 75 Hz! It makes a big difference while gaming, compared with high graphics it looks really good. So I suggest going up by 5 at a time, once you get a black screen that may say "Out of Range", don't be too alarmed! Give your computer up to 1 minute and than your monitor should work again by reverting the settings to default.  Once you get that black screen and the computer returns to normal, you just set it up at where it was last stable.

NVIDIA: Right click your desktop, select NVIDIA Control Panel, go to the Change resolution tab on the left of the window, select Customize below the list of resolutions, select Crate Custom Resolution, do not change anything, just select Refresh Rate, set it to 5 more than the current setting, than keep going up by 5 until your monitor gets a black screen, than after it will give you a confirmation dialog, select Yes if your monitor is working, if you get black screen, don't do anything, it will revert back to normal than you can go back to your last stable point.

Intel HD: Right click desktop, select Intel Graphic Settings, select Display, select Custom Resolutions on the left, select Yes to the disclaimer dialog, type in your native resolution, than move up your Hz by 5 in Refresh Rate, and keep going until you get a black screen, once you  get that screen, just wait up to 1 min than it will revert back to default, than go back to your last stable point.

That is how you overclock your monitor! Hope it makes a difference! For me it makes a huge difference, always would recommend it.

19. How to Reset TF2's Settings to Default

If one of these settings screwed up your game, you can easily set the game back to default settings to fix the problems.

All you do, is you wanna go to your Steam directory, go to steamapps, common, Team Fortress 2, tf, and delete the cfg folder. Once you do that, you want to open up Steam, Right click Team Fortress 2, select Properties, and insert -autoconfig. Once you do that, go to the Local Files tab, select Verify Integrity of game files, it may take a bit depending on your hard drive speed and such. It should only take 5 min max, but that is rare for it to even take that long. And mind you, this will reset all your game's settings unless you have Steam Cloud Syncronization enabled. However, if you have a config installed, and you DO NOT want it to be reinstalled, you will need to open Steam, right click Team Fortress 2, select properties, select the Updates tab, and disable Steam Cloud Synchronization, or else it will reinstall the config.

20. End

Now you have successfully optimized your computer and your graphics for smooth TF2 performance, and any feedback or anything is always appreciated, and if there is something new that comes out to help with performance, please leave a comment about it below and I will look into it and possibly update this guide. Enjoy your better FPS, and also if you want leave down below what you get for your FPS when playing TF2! I would love to see what the results come out to be!

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    As of the current (stable) build of Process Hacker, v2.39.124, having it running while TF2 is running will get you kicked from servers with the An issue with your computer is blocking the VAC system. You cannot play on secure servers. error.

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    May I have a link for the Intel Updater. I don't want to go to a fake one and harm my computer. It makes me feel safer.
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    May I have a link for the Intel Updater. I don't want to go to a fake one and harm my computer. It makes me feel safer.
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