Tencent Emulator Best Settings
Are you playing PUBG Mobile on PC? Do you own a High-End Graphic card but your Tencent emulator lags a lot? Here are the best settings I used to play PUBG Mobile on PC.
Note: This tutorial is only for those users who own high-end graphic cards. I’ll be writing another blog article soon for low-end graphic card users.
Open your GameLoop or Tencent Emulator. If you don’t have one you can get it from this link.
Click on “My Games” & make sure PUBG Mobile is installed in your Tencent emulator.
Now on right corner click on menu & then on settings as shown below.
Now click on “Engine” tab as shown below.
Now it’s time to change your emulator settings.
For Rendering option choose “DirectX+” as shown below. DirectX works best for the high-end graphic cards.
Now make sure “Render Cache” “Enforce Global Render Cache” “Prioritise Dedicated GPU” & “Rendering Optimisation” is checked as shown below.
For Anti-aliasing choose “Ultimate“, Memory “Auto“, Processor “Auto” Resolution depends on your Monitor, mine is “1920×1080” & Set DPI to “160” as shown below.
Now click on Game tab as shown below.
For “Gaming Resolution” Settings choose Ultra HD 2K option if you’re using GTX 1060 or over as shown below.
For Display Quality option choose HD as shown below.
Now click “Save” to save the settings.
Now we have to run the game & change some options within the game.
Click on “Play” to run the game as shown below.
Once the game is running, click on right bottom game options as shown below.
Now click on Graphic settings as shown below.
Now we’ve to change the following options.
For Graphics choose HD or HDR. If HDR doesn’t work for you then HD is the minimum if you want to see a good quality.
For high frame rates, choose “Extreme” as shown below.
For the “Style” option choose “Colorful” as shown below.
For smooth graphics enable “Anti aliasing” option & enable “Shadows” as shown below.
For “ColorBlind Mode” option choose “Normal” if you face difficulty seeing colours then you can try different colour modes. I’ll leave Brightness on 100% as shown below.
For the “Non-Standard Screens” option choose “Normal” & the important step is to make sure the “Auto-adjust Graphics” option is Disable. If Auto-adjust graphics option is enabled then GameLoop will automatically reduce your FPS which is not good for smooth gameplay.
Click OK to apply the settings.
Smooth & high Graphics.
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