OPCI have elgato and asus dock Asus ADSU001 Professional Dock Gamepad
I think here you make the point and as Asus people say there are hardware limitations. You need a dock which is wired to the router, Elgato etc. At least Rog 2 does have a 3.0 usb port which plugs into a dock so it has a solid passthrough of information. But the dock itself has limitations and is step behind for example from my LG C9 tv which supports streaming 4K at 120 Hz and HDMI 2.1. I believe the next generation of dock will support it and that's the one I am getting. In the meantime I have wired my home with CAT8 and HDMI 2.1 (8K) cables.
I believe if you are a serious gamer that has a YouTube, Twitch or some other channel with loyal followers, streams live or needs to record his game in high accuracy, this is a serious issue. But for this level of performance in the phone I believe we will have to wait still. And even then at least a dock with wired connection, if not a separate video card, I believe will be essential.
ronald1985Just to clear things up we cannot hear any delays in recorded video. The delay is real time.
Took a while because the original file was 4GB big and in the end I took a snippet.
Not sure if you can spot, but I don't feel the lag.
Akash GuptaI think I understand you, so you get the delay when you're streaming online? My mistake, because I was thinking you had problems with recorded videos too. So for the recorded video I have just done, for 2 minutes playing using Resolution as 720p with quality of Medium on Game Genie, and also using low quality graphics in COD settings. That's 4GB of file. I will let you work out how much your phone does when playing PUBG (just record with the same settings as your streaming settings), and at the end of it, see how big the file is.
Just to clear things up we cannot hear any delays in recorded video. The delay is real time.