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40-60% on Supposedly "Playable" Klonoa 2
#1
Rainbow 
Tried it with many settings, but each time it's slow, and if I use my video card it makes black line garbage.

Some YouTube benchmarks are uploading, but in the meantime, how is this for a computer?

ATI Radeon X1650
Intel Core 2 Duo @ 3.00GHz
2GB Ram
600GB HD
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#2
"playable" has absolutely nothing to do with how the game plays, and everything to do if there are any game-breaking glitches.

Those videos on youtube are sped up to be in real time, they are not accurate to how fast the game plays.
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#3
I'm uploading my own videos.

By the way, I'm using r1736 with 1.6 US BIOS.

Oy, 1FPS on Sly Cooper 1...
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#4
Show us your settings so we can help better, did you try the stable 0.9.6 too?
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
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#5
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As for the stable: Indeed I did, same results.
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#6
Gsdx, speedhacks and advanced settings? tried without microVU enabled?
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#7
I don't know how accurate PCSX's hardware detection is, but it says you don't have a C2D. If accurate, that may be a reason, since the Pentium D is complete rubbish. Big, big difference between a C2D and a dual core Pentium. Which do you have?

Also use SSE3 for GSDX.
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#8
yeh from what i remembered, I got over 30~40 fps in Klonoa 2 with pcsx2 last time i tried.
I have an AMD X2 @ 2.9ghz.

With a c2d @ 3ghz you should be getting at least ~50 fps.

You seem to have a pentium d, which is a lot slower than an Intel Core 2 Duo; which explains your speed problem.
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#9
Pentium D's your problem, it's P4 architecture, C2's architecture is 100% faster.
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#10
Question 
Well, the videos refuse to upload, so...

All the following lead to bad results.

Quote:1. zerogs 0.97.1 (interlace)
Result: Slow FPS, black garbage over Klonoa and other complicated models, missing geometry

2. GSDx 890 (MSVC 15.00, SSE2) 0.1.14 (windowed, hardware, shader 3, vsync, alpha correction)
Result: Slow FPS, a LOT more garbage than last time, but still only on complicated models, missing geometry

3. same as 2, but software (1 rend. thread)
Result: Slow FPS, no garbage, missing geometry

4. same as 3, but 1650 0.1.15 (hardware, vsync)
Result: Pretty much like 2

5. same as 4, but software
Result: A lot slower FPS, no garbage, missing geometry

So then... Hardware breaks Klonoa, the stupid hills (missing geometry) will NEVER appear, and I have a terrible processor. If I upgrade to an i5, it'll be faster, right?
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