PUBG Xbox Performance Appears to Improve by Turning off Game DVR/Capture

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User Info: ColorBlindGamer

ColorBlindGamer
4 months ago#1
https://wccftech.com/pubg-xbox-performance-improve-gamedvr/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

It appears that the PUBG Xbox performance can be improved on both Xbox One X and Xbox One by turning off the console’s Game DVR capturing feature.

As posted by Reddit user ‘Kiwigreen69 ‘ on the PUBG Xbox One subreddit, turning off the console’s Game DVR/Capturing feature greatly improves the framerate in the game. Users who have tried this out are reporting noticable differences on both Xbox One and the Xbox One X.



“Dude. This drastically improved the game on Xbox One X. I instantly noticed an improvement in the menu, load in time, fps (parachute sequence is still choppy), and oddly enough it seems like the draw distance has improved a bit“, one user replied.

Update: Reddit user ‘LoadedGull’ writes that the slow stock storage of the Xbox One is responsible for the game’s performance on Micrsoft’s console, and disabling DVR makes a big difference:


Interesting to note this as well

Slow storage is the culprit. Source; I disabled the DVR on my OG Xbox when bf1 was released, to help alleviate the constant frame drops and stuttering that I was getting every match. And I left it disabled until my Samsung 850 Pro arrived a couple of weeks later (November 2016). The SSD completely eliminated all frame drops and stuttering, in bf1, but also in any other game that I was running from SSD. I now run ssd with Xbox one x, and pubg is an absolute blast!


Can anyone confirm?
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User Info: the_lpt

the_lpt
4 months ago#2
if it's true, that would suck. How would you capture all your funny/amazing moments in that game aside from buying an external dvr. :(
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User Info: ColorBlindGamer

ColorBlindGamer
4 months ago#3
the_lpt posted...
if it's true, that would suck. How would you capture all your funny/amazing moments in that game aside from buying an external dvr. :(


You mean on an external SSD?
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User Info: xFrostxPhoenix

xFrostxPhoenix
4 months ago#4
the_lpt posted...
if it's true, that would suck. How would you capture all your funny/amazing moments in that game aside from buying an external dvr. :(


Just gotta buy a SSD External drive lol
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User Info: the_lpt

the_lpt
4 months ago#5
ColorBlindGamer posted...
You mean on an external SSD?

xFrostxPhoenix posted...

Just gotta buy a SSD External drive lol


So it's not an issue with the DVR itself running that is slowing it down, but just to where it's recording the data?

Derp, I totally missed that last part of the OP.
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