Halo Infinite is here, but some players are experiencing weird issues that are hindering their playability. One of these stems from the Async Compute system not working as expected with some graphics cards.
Async Compute is a feature on some hardware that improves the efficiency of the graphics card by interleaving tasks. While this benefits performance for most people who have access to this feature, there are some cards that will have problems.
People with AMD Radeon RX 500 series graphics cards have reported issues related to Async Compute settings, but thankfully disabling it fixed the problem in most cases.
How to turn off Async Compute in Halo Infinite
If you need to disable Async Compute for any reason, the process can be completed in a moment.
- Open Halo Infinite Go to the home screen and select the settings gear from the bottom right corner or press F1 to bring up the settings menu.
- Next, select Settings and the Video tab from the top bar of the menu screen.
- Once here, scroll down until you see Async Compute and make sure the box is unchecked. If the box is checked, tap it again to disable the function.
Once you’ve made sure that the feature is disabled, the problem should be fixed. If it persists, it could be linked to something unrelated to Async Compute, so further investigation may be needed to determine your problem.
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