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How to Fix Nvidia Reflex Greyed Out in Apex Legends

Apex Legends is a free-to-play Hero Shooter from Respawn Entertainment.

Master a growing roster of legendary characters with unique abilities.

The game combines Hero Shooter and Battle Royale, where powerful characters team up.

It offers diverse Legends, tactical squad-based gameplay, and innovative features.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to fix Nvidia Reflex greyed out, not working, or disabled in Apex Legends.

How to Fix Nvidia Reflex Greyed Out in Apex Legends

To fix Nvidia Reflex greyed out in Apex Legends, you need to paste a line into the Launch Options field.

The line “-eac_launcher_settings SettingsDX12.json” will launch the game with DirectX 12.

Here’s how to do this:

  1. Open Steam and go to your Library.
  2. Right-click “Apex Legends”.
  3. Properties > General > Launch Options.
  4. Paste this into the Launch Options field:
    • -eac_launcher_settings SettingsDX12.json
  5. Launch Apex Legends.

After you’ve pasted “-eac_launcher_settings SettingsDX12.json” into the Launch Options, Nvidia Reflex should be back.

You can turn the feature on in your in-game settings to lower rendering lag.

Further reading

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