How to boost gaming experience on PCs and smartphones

How to boost gaming experience on PCs and smartphones

  1. Drive updates not only fix bug but make your devices more compatible with new games. 
  2. Devices must be connected to power source while gaming on PCs, smartphones with older hardware. 

Gaming has emerged as major distraction for both youngsters and adults oscillating between work and personal schedule while staying indoors amid the nationwide lockdown in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. However, not everyone has a PC or smartphone designed to give the best experience for gaming.
Here are simple tricks to run some popular games without facing hardware limitations of the existing smartphones or PCs.
Updating to latest drivers
Many times, even laptops with dedicated GPUs can struggle with handling new games. As games get more graphical and real, the pressure on older hardware grows. Drive updates not only provide bug fixes but also makes them more compatible with new games. Updating your devices can lead to significant improvement in gaming experience. Users can download new drivers for specific GPUs online from the graphics company’s official website. Drivers for GeFroce GPUs will be available on Nvidia’s website and drivers for Radeon GPUs will be available on AMD’s website.
Leveraging game booster tools
Most new mid-range Android smartphones come with a game booster tool, which can automatically steer away system resources from background apps and allocate them to the games that require them for optimum performance. Windows 10 has an in-built game mode which can improve game performance by increasing frame rates, allocating more GPU cycles and CPU threads to games. Users can activate game mode by pressing Windows+G keys.
Optimising game settings
Playing games like PUBG Mobile and PES 2020 on budget smartphone is a very different ball game. At the highest settings, the gamers are likely to see frame drops and even game crashes. Reducing graphics settings according to the available hardware will lower the visuals and special effects a little, but the games will work smoothly and without any interruption. Many of the games like PUBG Mobile already have a Lite version with smaller maps, reduced graphics and most importantly much smaller game file size which makes them ideal for phones with limited storage. PC games also offer multiple graphics options allowing users to switch to lower graphics settings or choose the combination of settings in the game that the PC can handle.
Keeping the heat in check
Playing for long hours can push up CPU and GPU temperatures leading to overheating issues, which can affect game’s performance. Similarly, running multiple apps in background can increase the load on the hardware. Poor heat dissipation system in phones can make matters worse. Closing other apps in background can help. Also, putting on a case while gaming can trap heat. It is safer to not use a case or use ones with in-built cooling fans.

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