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Better quality?
#1
Brick 
Hello! I'm running MGS3 smoothly but the graphics are really bothering me. I'm not sure how to do this so I ask more experienced people. How to get the best quality out of it?
I'm running pcsx2 0.9.9.4980svn. I'm using gsdx4979 sse2(because of processor) and the other plugins are on their default settings.
My drivers, directx, etc are fully updated.
I haven't had any trouble in playing Batman AC on it's highest settings so this sould not be too much of a problem. Thanx in advance.
PC:
Amd phenomII965x4 @3.8
GTX460 1gb edition from MSI
4gb of ram
Win7 Ultimate sp1.
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#2
Quote:I haven't had any trouble in playing Batman AC on it's highest settings so this sould not be too much of a problem.
keep in mind that batman Arkham city is really less demanding than MGS3 under pcsx2. so that's not a good example.
You could increase gsdx internal res to get better gfx, but it'll slowdown you game, for sure.
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Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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#3
Quote:batman Arkham city is really less demanding than MGS3 under pcsx2
lol you're serious?
Quote:You could increase gsdx internal res to get better gfx
Already done that. Still runs smoothly still looks crappy.
Oh and btw I am using the MTVU hack.
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#4
Quote:lol you're serious?

of course I am... you didn't care to read the FAQ, i guess...

try using scaling instead of increasing internal res. That could help.
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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#5
Any more sugestions?
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#6
He gave you another suggestion, please treat Jesalvein with a bit more respect, he knows far more about this than you do, so please treat him that way.

He gave you a suggestion, you could at least try that instead of ignoring him.
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#7
(12-16-2011, 04:45 PM)KiWee Wrote: lol you're serious?

you can't compare a PC game with an emulator.
Emulators are heavy CPU dependent. Most PC games aren't.

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#8
I second Refractions statement.

Anyway, The Emulator is far far far far more demanding then any PC game that is currently out. Granted i have not played MGS3 on the emu, But it is one of the more demanding ones. Your graphics card should be able to handle at least 2x scaling (i do 3/4 on all my games with a 560 ti)

But your slow downs are coming from your CPU, i have the same one. same speed (pissed i can't get to 4ghz) and i get slowdowns from time to time on some of the more demanding games. I suggest buying MOSFET coolers for your Mobo and trying to get a larger OC (unless it's temps holding your back, then a better cooler)
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#9
Can you guys all try to be a little more nice to each other Tongue2
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#10
(12-16-2011, 08:56 PM)hellbringer616 Wrote: Anyway, The Emulator is far far far far more demanding then any PC game that is currently out.

It depends on the game.
Final Fantasy X or even God of War 2 for example works better than Skyrim on my Computer Tongue2
But Shadow of the colossos definitely not x_x

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