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HTC One X+ Gaming

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By jonam_mafia, Member on 2nd November 2012, 05:07 PM
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3rd November 2012, 12:26 PM |#2  
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3rd November 2012, 07:52 PM |#3  
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For sure a good upgrade of htc one x and a good phone. HTC <3
9th November 2012, 12:56 AM |#4  
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Am I missing something here, most games run badly on my x+, there is stuttering and lag in games like Rayman, Granny Smith, Oscura...and Need For Speed is terrible, for a so called super fast processor I am not too impressed.
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Am I missing something here, most games run badly on my x+, there is stuttering and lag in games like Rayman, Granny Smith, Oscura...and Need For Speed is terrible, for a so called super fast processor I am not too impressed.

Maybe the power saving mode is on?
9th November 2012, 05:36 AM |#6  
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Maybe the power saving mode is on?

Even with my power saving mode on, and there is a I lag at all when playing any games (Need for Speed, Tiger Woods, Dead Space etc)

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Even with my power saving mode on, and there is a I lag at all when playing any games (Need for Speed, Tiger Woods, Dead Space etc)

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You mean even with power saving mode off?
9th November 2012, 06:45 AM |#8  
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I am experiencing lags on Dead Trigger.

Power Saver off, with it on I feel it's kind of normal to have lag

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9th November 2012, 07:31 AM |#9  
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I am experiencing lags on Dead Trigger.

Power Saver off, with it on I feel it's kind of normal to have lag

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Got zero lag in Dead trigger, tho I got major fps issues with Asphalt 7

Hope we will get some custom kernels when source is out.
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We had this problem with the original one x too, its due to the gpu clock being synchronized with the cpu clock. that means that if the cpu load it high, per say a tegrazone game like shadowgun, then the gpu scales up as well alowing for fluid gameplay even with detailed graphics. However this also means that when the cpu load is light, i.e temple run, the gpu will hardly scale at all implying that the phone will lag with simple games like doodle jump but not graphics heavy games like dead trigger. Games like asphalt 7 lag because the game probably only uses 1 or 2 core, thus the gpu is only at aroung %50 power. Hamdir found a way to run the gpu independently but we`ll have to wait for proper root and custom recovery for that.
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