Dying Light 2 is a first-person survival horror game set in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by zombies. Players must scavenge for supplies, craft weapons, and fight for their survival in a parkour-inspired open world.
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Creating Manual 18W TDP
Open up Armoury Crate, click Settings and then click Operating Mode.
Click Manual and then select a manual mode in the drop down menu to edit. Change all three settings under CPU to this.
Next you want to adjust the fan curves for Fan 1 and 2 to look like mine or to your preference.
You can save your settings by clicking the check mark and rename your settings by clicking the 3 dots next to the checkmark.
Applying 18w mode to the Game
Go to Game Library in Armoury Crate, highlight the game you want to edit and press X on your controller. Click Configuration, then click Operating Mode DC and select the custom operating mode you just created.
The custom mode will be automatically applied the next time you launch the game.
Using FSR 2 Balanced at 1080p and 25W Turbo Mode, I averaged 50 to 60+fps with some dips to the mid/high 40’s during populated areas with a bunch of zombies.
Playing Dying Light 2 with the same settings at a locked 18W for extra battery hindered performance slightly in areas outside with multiple zombies but overall performance was good enough to recommend playing like this if you want a longer gaming session.
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Dying Light 2
Dying Light 2 is a smooth experience on the ROG Ally using FSR 2 Balanced at 1080p.