I posted on hoyolab here in more detail.
here is a pastebin of the config.ini file code simply select all the stuff on the paste bin and copy it all and make a new text file in documents folder/directory and paste it all in there. Then rename the new text file you've created to config.ini and it should work try it out. Works with android11 and windows 11. I've tested it with my LG V60 snapdragon 865 processor phone i believe and my ryzen 5600x and 5700xt gaming desktop PC.
Heres how my OS and settings are configured for the most part.. well i think thats mostly it? some of it may be important in getting similar good looking graphics to mine as lower latency and higher bit depth hardware means your games look better. just toggling antilag on improves the graphics in many titles.
I've samsung Bdie and samsung SSD's and configured my bios for lowest mhz and lowest latency in memory timings and secondary timings and i set to gear down disabled and CR1T and set to the XMP profiles voltage levels or a tiny bit above in order to get stability and for it to be able to boot as its thousands of times faster to have lower latency than higher latency with RAM. going from 9ns to 8 is maybe up to 64 times faster? i suck at maths. Its also only the lowest mhz settings let you use dual rank memory check your mainboard manual compability to realise intel CPUs and memory are cheap fakes and XMP is a lie. I could only boot at CAS 9's on my system for reasons unknown my RAM is advertised at 7.8ns or better? I enabled PBO and TPM2.0 and secureboot above 4G decoding and resizeablebar? umm thats it i guess? if you dont lower latency you're not using your RAM at all you can see typhoon burner app free for info or purchased to edit custom XMP profiles of your own. I also set my display to 1080p120hz as i've only HDMI 2.0B so its 444 FULL RGB 10bit or 12bit HDR I enable game mode and black levels to low and maybe dynamic black enhancer +1 and freesync in my TV or displays remote control buttons menu or physical buttons on the side of the panel menu. Note that with freesync on if you reinstall your GPU drivers or something turns freesync off in the drivers like adrenaline control panel for AMD your display will need to have freesync off in the TV/monitor remote control or physical buttons menu again to see it might just go a black screen. You should also with windows 11 in device security enable core isolation and find the exploit protection and ensure every one of them is enabled. On my PC randomized ASLR images or whatever is OFF when i first install. This greatly speeds up my PC by securing it strangely? might work better for you too. I like to in adrenaline graphics drivers for AMD after i downloaded and installed the latest ones and updated my OS (im on windows insider but that shouldnt matter) go to global graphics settings toggle antilag on and i tend to leave enhanced sync off and disable vsync in all my ingame options but if your game goes stuttery you can try toggle on enhanced sync and then maybe turn vsync back on ingame options. and scroll right down to advanced and override antialiasing to 8xEQ or 4xEQ or whatever adaptivemultisampling or supersampling. Test what looks best for you. I also while there set texture quality to high and anisotropic filtering to 16 and maybe override the tessellation to 4x or 2x or amd optimized whatever works best for that game I then go to use 10bit panel output as i have a HDR display and enable that and click restart button at the bottom of it. I ensure freesync/VRR is enabled and its in the global display drivers i ensure its toggled on in windows graphics settings too and toggle on HDR and auto HDR in windows 11 OS display options. In the adrenaline global display you can set custom colour to values like brightness and contrast and saturation or even play with the colour temperature to get some games to look better but you can go further in each game custom game profile individually by clicking the gaming tab you can then stack custom colour a second time and set freesync to ON or amd optimized and adjust the tessellation and AA for the title there. Umm after that maybe just begin by setting all your game in game settings menus to 1080p 120hz FULLSCREEN.. the FULLSCREEN can be very important. or can set it to FPS UNLIMITED where possible you dont want to lock it to 60 then if you've any sort of AMD GPU and CPU or mobile phone with any sort of AMD GPU in there like a recent qualcomm snapdragon smartphone 835 or newer you can just crank everything in the game menu settings to ULTRA and it should sort of almost begin to function. Although its set to 1080p it will not look blocky as you can render in 64k or whatever with my settings. Keep in mind some in game options you may ordinarily turn on like HDR or freesync premium pro HDR may change colourspaces to scRGB or exposure or other settings from what i've set them to and may look less good. Some in game uhh CAS or FSR or fidelity FX options and freesync options are completely fake or the worst settings in the universe so you may want to test out a few in game menu settings completely disabled for those things and with them on again as i've often got everything looking 10x better already using similar stuff but set to "DEFAULT"
I was sick of my 8k VR mobile phone struggling to game in 1080p when its thousands of times beyond ultra capability in hardware specs made me wonder what brain defect game developers have as I a mentally ill man can read a spec sheet. For the longest time i thought i had to be some sorta military grade hacker coder and make my own custom game engines and games and apps to actually use AMD hardware.. which i didnt have the effort and time to do.. but no this text file is proof you just need to learn look at the box of every AMD GPU in the last decade or more.. and type the words into a text file to get it working by turning it on with the global display driver you installed you stupid retard game developers. You have no idea how long true audio next has been on the box of every AMD graphics card and it offloads all the CPU software nonsense and just copies the sound file into the graphics card and uses like 95% less CPU for audio while sounding many times better and gaming faster! yet they couldnt figure out how to look at the words on every graphics card box for decades.. dont get me started on hardware reviewers.. oh man have they never even been in the same room as a graphics card since the late1960's when the first AMD computers were being sold.