Do you enable Game Mode in Windows 10 to optimize your gaming performance? You may want to turn off it because the feature is allegedly making problems in many different titles.
Introduced with Creators Update back in Spring 2017, Game Mode is developed to optimize gaming experience by separating CPU provisions that could be devoted solely to improving a game. It provides extra GPU cycles to games and confines background tasks, they all supposed to get some improvement, while this more clear on lower-end systems.
Many customers reported to Reddit (via Guru3D), it is impacting some titles, making problems such as lower FPS counts, freezes, and stuttering the screens. The games such as Warzone, Call of Duty, and League of Legends are also influenced by Game Mode.
Not only certain types of graphics cards are affected by it. The users of AMD and Nvidia products also affected. Gamers with a Radeon RX 5700 XT, RX 480, RX 570, and R9 29 are locating the problems. As well as, the GeForce GTX 980 and GeForce GTX 1080 Ti gamers have also been influenced.
The number of users who are experiencing problems are not yet clear. However, if you want to see the result or effect than disabling the Game Mode is simple.
Following are steps to disable that mode:
- Open the Settings menu by clicking on the Start Menu and cog icon.
- Choose the Gaming icon
- Then select Game Mode
- Use the toggle to turn off the feature.
Here, another way to turn off this feature is to type “Game Mode” in Windows Search. It can solve your problems in case you have freezing and stuttering issues.