Saints Row The Third Remastered Nvidia Audio and FPS Fix

Eoin Black
Eoin Black
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Saint Row The Third Remastered arrived in Steam on May 21st. Deep Silver Volition’s third entry in the Saints Row franchise received a major graphical overhaul last year for console players. Now PC gamers can finally experience the enhanced version of Saints Row: The Third.

The original game was released in 2011, so this remaster is a lot more compatible with Windows 10 and current-gen consoles. However, many PC players have reported technical problems during the launch. Vehicle sounds are unsynchronized and the frame rate is capped at 60 FPS. Nvidia users mostly experienced these issues.

This guide can help solve any Nvidia audio and FPS problems for Saints Row The Third Remastered on PC.

How to Fix Nvidia Audio Issues

If your PC uses an Nvidia graphics card, you might experience in-game audio issues such as the vehicle not being synchronized. Here is an easy five-step audio fix for Saints Row the Third Remastered:

Fix the vehicle audio issues in Saints Row: The Third Remastered by enabling Low Latency Mode from the Nvidia control panel.
  1. Open the Nvidia Control Panel.
  2. Click “Manage 3D Settings” from the left side of the panel.
  3. In “Global Settings”, scroll down to find the Low Latency Mode.
  4. If the setting is Off, click on it and select Ultra from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click Apply at the bottom right corner of the panel.

Now launch the game and see if this Nvidia audio fix worked.

How to Solve Nvidia FPS Issues

Saints Row The Third Remastered is locked at 60 FPS by default, and the cutscenes are set to 30 FPS. Here is an easy FPS fix for Nvidia users:

Fix any FPS issues in Saints Row the Third: Remastered by setting the Max Frame Rate beyond 60 in the Nvidia control panel.

From the Nvidia Control Panel, do the following:

  1. Click “Manage 3D Settings”.
  2. Look for Max Frame Rate in “Global Settings”.
  3. Change the setting from 60 to your desired frame rate.
  4. Click Apply to save your changes.

That should take care of any FPS issues in-game. If the frame rate issues are still there, then try playing around with the sliders until you find the perfect FPS setting. Just remember that higher FPS demands more performance from your PC.

Saints Row The Third Remastered vs Original

Saints Row: The Third Remastered gives the original game a major graphical overhaul.

Saints Row The Third Remastered features many graphical improvements over the original game released back in 2011. Here are a few notable examples:

  1. All downloadable content (DLC) is included in the base game.
  2. Improved lighting and environmental effects.
  3. Reworked models for weapons, vehicles, and characters.
  4. New loading screens
  5. More civilian NPCs and vehicles in the open world.

Check out the official page of Saints Row the Third Remastered for the full list of changes.

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Eoin has been playing video games his entire life. He specializes in narrative-driven, single-player titles, and brings his extensive Esports experience into his writing.
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