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Burnout 3 Crazy Glitch
#1
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This is crazy, Purple windows, too much pixels and it says Sony computer entertainment with big letters!

My computer:
AMD FX-6100
Sapphirre Radeon Hd 6770
8GB of Memory
700watt Power supply

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Can some1 help me???
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#2
Although I had Burnout but the Sony computer Entertainment is of the Bios Logo. (So what is it doing here)

Try using the SVN : PCSX2 SVN
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#3
In order to help you further with your problem, please make sure the following are all provided.
  • The version of PCSX2 you are using.
  • Any non default settings you are using.
Moved out of bug reports.
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#4
Yeah sorry.

I using now the SVN what Recoder says : PCSX2 0.9.9.5037

Gsdx 5076 (MSVC 16:00, SSSE3) 0.1.16 : Settings Direct3d11,Native, Normal Settings, no hacks.

All default

Now i used the SVN, it looked like this:
But it was very slow(music was slow,low fps(30 fps))

   
   
   

On the menu its 60 fps and normal.

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#5
Yeah the speed you get is pretty much normal, your CPU sucks for PCSX2 Tongue Try enabling all speed hacks which have [recommended] besides them and also enable the MTVU speed hack
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#6
C'mon Is my CPU bad.
*****, the lastest processor of amd and you said it sucks.

Anyways the speed is awesome now.
But still Purple windows and skies.
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#7
Sorry dude, if you haven't heard (a bit hard because it's all over the internet) the latest Bulldozer series from AMD were very very crappy. Here are some benchmarks:
http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-CPU-Bench...d-on-FFX-2
The FX series gets beaten by the older AMD Phenom II X2 555 series, so yeah it sucks Tongue
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#8
the Purple tint on the windows is a GSDX SSE2 vs Radeon issue, SSSE3 is likely affected as well as it uses SSE2 in these cases, use GSDX SSE4 instead.

notedly, your cpu doesn't support SSSE3 - theres conflicting data on the ssse3 support
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#9
If this is bulldozer he should even have avx.
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#10
you don't use any 256bit instructions in avx?, BD only reproducibly has gains with 128bit instructions.
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