RUST : Dramatically increase performance / FPS with any setup
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PANJ Ultimate FPS increase Pack 2016 - https://goo.gl/lS3qGe
nVidia latest drivers - http://goo.gl/LD0YGq
AMD/Radeon latest drivers - http://goo.gl/BNevHM
Still getting low fps ? try lowering the resolution ingame i.e 1920x1080 set to 1280x720
Try overclocking both your CPU & GPU, this can help out a TON! just find out what your gpu or cpu is, or both and youtube for overclocking guides, this will help ALOT!
RUST is still in Alpha so this is Alpha Gameplay.
RUST: Rust is an Early Access survival game on Steam, created by Facepunch Studios. We also make Garry’s Mod, which has sold over 7 million copies.
Rust was inspired by games like DayZ, Minecraft and Stalker. It is a massive multiplayer game (currently up to 300 players per server) where you and other players are attempting to survive through the awful conditions, where humanity has been reduced to cavemen.
Rust’s world is harsh. The environment is not kind. Bears and wolves will chase and kill you. Falling from a height will kill you. Being exposed to radiation for an extended period will kill you. Starving will kill you. Being cold will kill you. Other players can find you, kill you, and take your stuff. Fortunately for you, you can kill others and take their stuff. Or maybe you can make friends and help each other survive, using the game’s building tools to create a safe haven.
We provide the tools. How players survive is up to them. Buy Here: http://store.steampowered.com/app/252490
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