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96000gt vs HD4850
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So, its obvious that for casual gaming radeon wins with no single doubt, anyone compared those cards on pcsx2? I am not fan of new games at all, the one i could aim for will be starcraftII maybe .. so pcsx2 performance is more important for me. We know that pcsx2 is nvidia optimized which one will be better for pcsx2?
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#2
Pcsx2 couldn't be optimised for Nvidia, I guess you are referring to graphics plugin (GSdx). By looking on some older posts I can say that there were some problems with ATI cards, but they are gone now. My HD4850 never caused me any problems while running PCSX2.
CPU: Intel Core i5-2500K @3,3Ghz (not OC'ed yet)
GPU: GTX 570 @850/1700/2100
RAM: 2x4GB Kingston DDR3-1600
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#3
ufoman: Gabest, the author for GSDx, only has nvidia and optimizes for it. Newer versions have lowered speed versus older versions (can confirm this on my radeon 3850 from version 1398 versus any newer one) though this is specific to certain games.

That said, 99% of the time, this is completely or only minimally noticable... and is much less noticable on newer, faster cards versus older slower ones.
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Speed problems aside, GSdx 1398 had huge problem in SMT Nocturne (transparent walls), but it's gone since 14xx, so I can trade a few % of speed for being able to actually play the game Wink
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