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So have you managed to max out your G3

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8th August 2014, 06:33 AM   |  #1  
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I have been playing allot of games on my G3 and maxing the graphics settings to the max. I have had no frame rate issues on ultra setting with the most demanding games on the play store. Just for info, I play Dead Trigger 2, Riptide GP 2, Shadowgun, and other high end 3D games. I also play psp games upscaled to native resolution and most games play at full speed. Even God Of War. That is awesome.

I have yet to see the snapdragon 801 get bottlenecked by the 2k display playing even the highest level 3D games. Also the soc rarely throttles and I notice that the cpu cores do not all get utilized which tells me the 801 is more than adequate.

How about you guys? You can talk about anything. The thread is not centered around gaming. Thats just the most demanding thing I do on my phone. 😎

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8th August 2014, 06:48 AM   |  #2  
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I've noticed heavy throttling when I play games while the device is charging, which is understandable because the battery get quite hot while it charges.
8th August 2014, 07:10 AM   |  #3  
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I've noticed heavy throttling when I play games while the device is charging, which is understandable because the battery get quite hot while it charges.

Yeah when i play demanding games like dead trigger, after 10 minutes the cpu throttles to 1.5ghz max. That is only while charging. But no lag happens still. Besides it has to with 2 amps of current flowing in.
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