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Pubg 90FPS via OnePlus Nord

  1. Y1604121467603 , via OnePlus Nord , Mar 6, 2021 :
    Hello there who said oneplus Nord not handling 90fps is not support becoz of hardware limitations it's totally fake By using hex editor it handling 90fps perfectly and if developer take initiative means we can get 90fps officialy inn oneplus nord pls spam thiz guys as765G enough to get 80-90fps in pubg mobile...
     

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  3. Liehjan
    Marshmallow Mar 6, 2021

    Liehjan , Mar 6, 2021 :
    Ask PUBG developers to add Nord to the 90fps supported device list.
     

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  4. Bobbie63
    Marshmallow Mar 6, 2021


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  7. Arjun_Choudhry
    KitKat Mar 7, 2021

    Arjun_Choudhry , Mar 7, 2021 :
    Running a game at 90fps and running it consistently at 90fps are 2 different things. Just because the GPU can run it for a few minutes at 80-90fps, that doesn't mean you should. The amount of heat generated will be significant, leading to thermal throttling and excessive battery drain, and ofcourse excessive heat (which users will spam the forums about)
     

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  8. Narayana2197
    Eclair Mar 7, 2021

    Narayana2197 , via OnePlus Nord , Mar 7, 2021 :
    True
     

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  9. Y1604121467603 , via OnePlus Nord , Mar 7, 2021 :
    So nothing to worry who can like they can use 90fps orelse if they think the battery should remain constant or think about heating issue they can use 60fps or 30 fps
     

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  10. Arjun_Choudhry
    KitKat Mar 7, 2021

    Arjun_Choudhry , Mar 7, 2021 :
    Nothing to worry? Running a processor above its sustainable performance level for extended periods of time will lead to temperatures where holding the phone will be tough. And the fps will drop down significantly in a matter of minutes. You'll basically get 90fps gameplay for a couple of minutes. After that, the phone will be extremely hot to touch, and the game will start "lagging". There is a reason why this option is not present on the Nord
     

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  11. Y1604121467603 , via OnePlus Nord , Mar 7, 2021 :
    Nope I'm playing in ac room then how my device will get hot are you mad?lol...
     

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  12. Arjun_Choudhry
    KitKat Mar 7, 2021

    Arjun_Choudhry , Mar 7, 2021 :
    Is ambient temperature the only thing that affects phone temperature? NO. Read about thermal throttling and sustainable performance on Anandtech or XDA developers. And stop using phrases like "Are you mad" on online forums, especially when you are making factually invalid points.
     

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  13. Y1604121467603 , via OnePlus Nord , Mar 7, 2021 :
    Heating issue is common in all mobile thats not new thing if u run above 1.5gb games means it maximum produce heat and other phones are not have cooling fans every mobile will heat at a point when Playing higher graphic games first u learn that If sd865 processor also produce heat when playing higher graphic gaming
     

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  14. the_o2
    OnePlus 9 Series Expert Community Expert Mar 7, 2021

    the_o2 , Mar 7, 2021 :
    You know most of the smartphone have 60HZ screen, but they can only play PUBG upto Ultra (40FPS) settings :rolleyes::rolleyes:
     

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  15. Arjun_Choudhry
    KitKat Mar 7, 2021

    Arjun_Choudhry , Mar 7, 2021 :
    The GPU in the 865 is twice as powerful as the one on the 765. Although not linearly, the relation between speed and number of transistors is somewhat proportional. The GPU on the 865 is significantly larger than the one on the 765. Greater the transistors and size of a GPU, lesser the clock speeds required for the same level of performance and hence lesser heat generation. For example, the GPU in the Kirin 9000 has 24 cores while the Exynos 2100 has 14 cores but at a higher clock speed. The GPU in the Exynos is comparable in performance to the Kirin GPU, but produces significantly more heat. Similarly, sustained high clock speeds on a less powerful GPU like on the SD765 will produce much more heat than the GPU in the 865, which has a much larger and more advanced (possibly architectural improvements too) GPU. Hence, it will produce lesser heat while running the same sustained task.
    If you still didn't get that, check Anandtech for processor reviews. Until then, refrain from stating incorrect facts which you just don't understand.
     

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  16. Y1604121467603 , via OnePlus Nord , Mar 7, 2021 :
    Now wt ur problem wt ur trying to say heating is problm right?
     

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  17. Y1604121467603 , via OnePlus Nord , Mar 7, 2021 :
    Mr. I'm playing 90fps but I didn't feel that much heat from my mobile it handling perfectly as compared in sd865 same performance 765g giving
     

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  18. the_o2
    OnePlus 9 Series Expert Community Expert Mar 7, 2021

    the_o2 , Mar 7, 2021 :
    Lol, this is worst argument I ever seen, by your logic those who lives in cold weather their phones never get heated :tearsofjoy::tearsofjoy:
    People are really Mad who waste their money for the cooling system for their PC and all, all they have to do is just switch on the AC 😎:sunglasses:
     

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  19. Arjun_Choudhry
    KitKat Mar 7, 2021

    Arjun_Choudhry , Mar 7, 2021 :
    I have no problem here. You are the one who created a thread to ask for something which isn't possible on your smartphone, especially for a longer period of time. Are you tring to pick a fight here? Is that what the main aim of the thread is? You are clearly not reading the posts that I posted, and because your points do not hold any weight, you are trying to change the topic
     

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  20. Y1604121467603 , via OnePlus Nord , Mar 7, 2021 :
    I'm talking about 90fps not trying to change a topic
     

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