Maybe.. but I need confirmation for this assumption...because from the logical point of view:
lower settings = better performance/better FPS
higher settings = better looking game, but less FPS and performance...
but as I mentioned before I have this theory about the shader and modeldetails in AVA so that:
better(higher)spec = more stable FPS
better(higher)modeldetails = better shotregister
but this just a theory I've read somewhere...so no proof at all....but I can recommend my settings to all other players who dont care about graphics...some with a good CPU and a very good GC can also remove the FPS cap in ava...
turn v-sync "off" in your nvidia-settings and turn it "on" in the ava-settings et voila: more than 200 fps are possible but not recommended if you have a bad GC like me
btt: I know its not an answer to your question but I thought its a good opportunity to talk about FPS/performance in general