Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach – How to Fix Stuttering

This guide will help Nvidia card users stop the stuttering in FNAF Security Breach.

How to Fix Stuttering

  1. Right click on your desktop.
  2. Open the Nvidia control panel.
  3. Click Manage 3D settings.
  4. Go to program settings.
  5. Click the Add button.
  6. Find FNAF Security Breach and add it to your programs.
  7. Scroll down to “Vertical Sync”.
  8. Use the drop down menu next to it to turn it on.
  9. Apply your settings (bottom right).

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6 Comments

  1. Enabling vsync that way won’t work, you’ll have to do it manually.

    Go the C:\Users\(Username)\AppData\Local\fnaf9\Saved\Config\WindowsNoEditor directory. AppData is hidden by default, so you’ll have to tell your computer to show hidden files first.

    Once there, make a backup copy of the GameUserSettings file just in case. Open the original one, find bUseVSync and change it to True. save the changes and you’re done, vsync enabled.

  2. Once I got to program settings it keeps crashing.
    After several tries I got it back to global but yeah can’t do any of this now.

  3. when I go to 3D settings and then click on program settings the window crashes and keeps crashing unless I can spam click global before it closes again.
    I can literally not go into program settings

  4. When i talk about program settings and global then it would be safe to assume I am talking about the 3D settings.
    Yeah idk why but once I have my mouse on the program settings button and click it the window becomes unresposive for 3 seconds, roughly, and crashes even when you reopen it.
    When I spam click global when it comes back on I can open it again and it stays but program settings seem to be utterly broken for me DX

  5. I did the exact same thing the other day but after applying changes, the game didn’t change at all, it still has vsync turned off

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