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Can my computer run Jak 3 with GOOD settings??
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CyberPowerPC
Processor- AMDFX™-6300-Six-Core Processor 3.50 GHz
8.00GB ram
64-bit operating system, x64 Based processor
AMD Radeon HD 6670

Anything else you need?? Emulator is PCSx2
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#2
What version of Pcsx2?1.1?,in 1.1 yes can .

You have a good hardware,really can execute with good settings.
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#3
Oh I've got 1.0.0
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(01-13-2014, 11:33 PM)DESTRUIDOR Wrote: You have a good hardware,really can execute with good settings.
If you can overclock then you may have a good chance. Jak is a very heavy game that I sometimes get slowdowns on.
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#5
Overclock,Nobbs66,what resolution you use in this game?
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#6
I've never overclocked anything and this is a new computer I don't plan on going that far to run a game.. Sadly lol
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#7
I have sure in native resolution you will not have problem.
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(01-13-2014, 11:48 PM)DESTRUIDOR Wrote: Overclock,Nobbs66,what resolution you use in this game?
Jak has glitches in hardware mode, so I play in software. Jak and Daxter the precursor legacy suffers from som bad textures and missinng eyes in hardware mode. It also has issues with the shadows, but in hardware mode that can be fixed with skipdraw. Software fixes all of those issues except for the shadows.

To the OP: If you want to try the game then by all means go ahead. I may be wrong about it not running well.
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#9
I'm getting black eyes and some grapical glitches I use speed hacks and preset 4. But I'm still getting shadow glitches and Black eyes
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#10
the shadow/eye glitches can only be solved with software mode (f9)
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