In this video we're comparing PS4 performance with our budget PC featuring a Core i3 4130 and GTX 750 Ti with 8GB DDR3, using as close to equivalent settings as we can. We have stock and OC testing. With the OC, we are adding +200MHz to core and +400MHz to RAM. This increases overall frame-rates by 15 per cent and it's the difference between being able to achieve a locked 30fps and dips beneath.
To be clear, CDPR is limiting performance to 30fps on PS4 for a more consistent update. There's a 30fps limiter in the PC options, but the Nvidia half-rate adaptive v-sync option found in the GPU control panel may give smoother frame-pacing.
We recommend these settings in order to mirror console as closely as possible with the available presets.
Nvidia Hairworks: Off
Number of Background Characters: Low (console actually seems lower than this)
Shadow Quality: Medium
Terrain Quality: Medium
Water Quality: High
Grass Density: Medium
Texture Quality: Ultra
Foliage Visibility Range: Medium
Detail Level: Medium
Ambient Occlusion: SSAO
All post effects on except vignetting.