Best Graphics and Performance Settings in F1 24

F1 24 Graphics and Performance Settings
Credit: EA / Codemasters

F1 24 Graphics and Performance Settings
Credit: EA / Codemasters

Despite running on Codemasters' old Ego engine, F1 24 looks impressive. However, by tweaking F1 24's graphics and performance settings, you can make it look and run even better.

There's always a delicate balancing act to optimizing your F1 24 gaming experience's presentation, particularly on PC.

This guide will show you how to change your performance and graphics settings to help you get the most out of F1 24.

How to change graphics and performance settings

Before changing the graphics and performance settings, it's worth checking F1 24's minimum and recommended system requirements. If you meet the recommended requirements, you can focus on improving the graphics. If you have a lower-spec PC, you'll want to optimize the performance.

F1 24 Graphics
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To change the settings, go to the main menu and select Settings at the bottom. Then, go to Graphics Settings > Video Mode. Here you'll find options to tweak the graphics settings and maximize F1 24's graphical fidelity.

Best graphics settings for ray tracing

Your graphics settings will determine the game's resolution and level of detail.

For example, to ensure F1 24 is being shown in 4K resolution, set the Resolution to 2560x1440. Bear in mind that you'll need a UHD TV/ Monitor to play in this resolution.

F1 24 Settings
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With so many options, finding the right settings can be tough. If you want the best graphics, though, these are the best video mode settings according to PCGuide.com:

  • Resolution: Native
  • Display Mode: Fullscreen
  • Aspect Ratio: Auto
  • VSync: Off
  • Vsync Interval: Auto
  • Refresh Rate: Highest Possible
  • Frame Rate Limit: Off
  • Output Monitor: 1
  • Anisotropic Filtering: 16x
  • Anti-aliasing: NVIDIA DLSS
  • Anti-aliasing Mode: Quality
  • Anti-Aliasing Sharpness: 50
  • Frame generation: On (if available)
  • Dynamic Resolution: Off

These are ther recommended graphics settings if your PC can run ray traced reflections:

  • Detail Preset: Custom
  • Ray Tracing Quality: High
  • Ray Traced Shadows: On
  • Ray Traced Reflections: On
  • Ray Traced Ambient Occlusion: On
  • Ray Traced Transparent Reflections: On
  • Ray Traced DDGI: On
  • Lighting Quality: Ultra High
  • Post Process: High
  • Shadows: Ultra High
  • Particles: High
  • Crowd: Medium
  • Mirrors: Ultra High
  • Car and Helmet Reflections: High
  • Weather Effects: High
  • Ground Cover: Medium
  • Trees: Medium
  • Skidmarks: High
  • Skidmarks Blending: On
  • Ambient Occlusion: HBAO+
  • Screen Space Reflections: Ultra High
  • Texture Streaming: Ultra High
  • Variable Rate Shading: On
  • High Quality Hair: Off
  • NVIDIA Reflex: On
  • Chromatic Aberration: Off

Best performance Settings

The fun doesn't end there, though. If your PC can handle it, you can also increase the performance.

F1 24 Settings
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Odds are though, unless you have a super high-end Gaming PC, you'll need to compromise between graphics and performance. PCGuide.com also revealed some very good settings for high FPS rates in F1 24:

  • Display Adapter - Your graphics card
  • Resolution - Native
  • Display Mode - Fullscreen
  • Aspect Ratio - Auto
  • VSync - Off
  • VSync Interval - Auto
  • Refresh rate - Highest possible
  • Frame rate limit - Off
  • Anisotropic Filtering - 8x
  • Anti-Aliasing - NVIDIA DLSS
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  • Anti-Aliasing Mode - Balanced
  • Anti-Aliasing Sharpness - 50
  • Frame Generation - On (if available)
  • Dynamic Resolution - Off

As for the Graphics settings, disabling ray tracing makes a huge difference for being able to run at high frame rate. These are the ideal settings:

  • Detail Preset: Custom
  • Ray Tracing Quality - Medium
  • Ray Traced Shadows - Off
  • Ray Traced Reflections - Off
  • Ray Traced Ambient Occlusion - Off
  • Ray Traced Transparent Reflections - Off
  • Ray Traced DDGI - Off
  • Lighting Quality - High
  • Post Process - Medium
  • Shadows - High
  • Particles - High
  • Crowd - Low
  • Mirrors - High
  • Car and Helmet Reflections - Medium
  • Weather Effects - Medium
  • Ground Cover - Low
  • Trees - Low
  • Skidmarks - Low
  • Skidmarks Blending - On
  • Ambient Occlusion - Off
  • Screen Space Reflections - Medium
  • Texture Streaming - High
  • Variable Rate Shading - On
  • High Quality Hair - Off
  • NVIDIA Reflex - On
  • Chromatic Aberration - Off

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