Gameloop performance Optimization Guide for PUBG Mobile
Gameloop is by far the best Emulator for playing PUBG Mobile on a PC. There are alternatives like LD Player, which are good, but in my personal experience, Gameloop is the best for PUBG Mobile and Call of Duty Mobile. So today, I have the perfect Gameloop Settings Guide for you.
There are separate PUBG Mobile settings guides and a call of duty mobile settings guides available. So, how can you increase Gameloop performance by using Gameloop Performance Guide for your PC?
Table of contents
- Increasing Your Gameloop performance for PUBG Mobile
- Gameloop performance Settings
- 1) Downloading Gameloop For PUBG Mobile.
- 2) Gameloop Basic Settings:
- 3) Gameloop Engine Settings:
- 4) Gameloop Game Settings:
- PUBG Mobile Game Settings:
- System Settings
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Well for PUBG Mobile on Gameloop you can change these three types of settings with our Gameloop performance guide :
- Gameloop Settings
- System Settings
- PUBG Mobile Settings
So without any further ado, let’s start increasing your Gameloop performance for PUBG Mobile!
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Increasing Your Gameloop performance for PUBG Mobile
Gameloop performance Settings
1) Downloading Gameloop For PUBG Mobile.
My recommendation is to always use the installer for the game you want to play. By default, it will make you install Call of Duty Mobile, which is bad for your performance and memory usage if you only want to play PUBG Mobile.
So go to Gameloop.fun which is the official website of Gameloop.
Download the PUBG Mobile Installer, as shown in the image below:
Complete the game installation. It is pretty straightforward.
2) Gameloop Basic Settings:
Go to Gameloop settings
Disable everything except hide the advanced watermark
Download Mode: Download Priority Mode
Keeping Gameloop in Download Priority Mode will increase network speed and download speed for games and updates in Gameloop as well as PUBG Mobile.
3) Gameloop Engine Settings:
For Engine settings:
Rendering: Direct X+ or OpenGL (Update)
Direct X+ gives the best performance and quality balance for Gameloop performance and PUBG Mobile FPS.
Update: Some older GPUs seem to perform better with OpenGL instead of DirectX. So to make sure you get the best FPS, simply try both. The rest of the settings are the same. You can refer to the table below for reference. It’s a good approximation.
- Directx+ = Good GPU + CPU
- Directx = Good Gpu + Medium GPU
- OpenGL+ = Good GPU + Medium CPU
- OpenGL= Medium CPU+ Medium GPU
This unnecessarily takes up a lot of RAM and processor power. It also causes display glitches in PUBG Mobile. Turn this off. The option is called close in Gameloop settings.
Memory: Same as your RAM
You need to keep it at the same value as your system RAM or slightly lower. Set 4096MB if you have more than 4GB RAM on your system.
Processor: Same as your System Processors Cores
Keep it the same as your System Cores. Let Gameloop take all the power it needs. You won’t be able to use other applications while the game is running. But for a low-end system, there are no other alternatives.
Resolution: Your Monitor Resolution
The default resolution of your monitor will give the best Performance and Gameplay Experience for Gameloop. Change this only if your game is lagging even after changing all other settings.
The recommended DPI for PUBG Mobile by Tencent.
4) Gameloop Game Settings:
The Game Settings play a key role in Gameloop’s and PUBG Mobile’s performance.
Gaming Resolution: Same as your Monitor Resolution
This has a huge impact on the quality, so do not decrease it. You might get faster performance by choosing the lowest option, but in-game you will have difficulty spotting enemies and getting chicken dinners. What’s the fun in that?
Display Quality: Smooth
Smooth is the best quality for the sake of performance in PUBG Mobile. This will make sure you get a lag-free experience while playing PUBG Mobile.
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PUBG Mobile Game Settings:
Accelerate Option: Turn on (removed in the latest version of gameloop)
When you start the game, you need to enable the Accerlate option as shown below:
This will give you better ping and faster gameplay. DO NOT forget this.
Display FPS: Turn On
This option will show you your in-game FPS. Which is very useful to tell if your game is lagging or not.
To enable this, click on the triple bar icon and select Display/Show FPS, as shown in the image below:
Now you will see your game FPS in the upper left corner of your screen.
For PUBG Mobile in-game settings refer to the PUBG Mobile settings Guide
I will not go through those again since that guide explains everything in depth.
- Process Priority: High (Update: Doesn’t work anymore because of Anticheat. You cannot change the process priority)
When you start PUBG Mobile in Gameloop do the following:
- Press Alt+Tab.
- Go to the desktop.
- Start Task Manager.
- Find the Process AndroidEmulator.exe
- Set Its Priority as HIGH.
The image below shows how you can do it:
- Allocated Virtual Memory: Double your actual RAM
Your virtual memory should be double your actual RAM. This memory is used when the system runs out of RAM, so the more you have, the better.
This setting is hidden inside system settings.
Go to control panel>System and security.
System>advanced system settings>
Set it to double your actual RAM. Mine is 8GB RAM, so I used 16000MB(16GB)
I also have made an in-depth guide to Windows performance optimization for gaming. Use that to improve your gaming performance even further.
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See you in-game!