Performance issues in Rainbow Six: Siege on PC
Rainbow Six: Siege has been optimised to run as fluidly as possible, though if you happen to experience performance drops - for example, low framerate or momentary freezing - the following steps may help you improve the way your game runs: Check if your PC meets the system requirements for Rainbow Six: Siege If your setup meets the minimum requirements, we recommend running the game with lower graphical settings, as higher presets may strain your system. If your setup meets the recommended requirements, the game will run smoothly in the vast majority of cases but specific graphical settings may require more powerful hardware. Complete our General Troubleshooting Guide The guide contains a set of universal troubleshooting steps that often resolve issues with running the game. Change graphical settings Lowering or turning off certain graphics options, like the resolution, quality or V-sync, can help improve the performance and increase your FPS. Go to Options > Graphics and start tweaking individual settings! The Video Memory bar at the top of the page will show you how much of your VRAM you are using. If your current settings are over the available VRAM, you may encounter performance issues. If your setup meets the system requirements and you are still experiencing poor performance after trying the above steps, please do not hesitate to contact us, attaching your DxDiag and MSInfo reports to the case.