try set clamp mode to none,use [Recommended] tagged speed hacks,remove unncesarry programs e.g. Anti-virus,Scheduled task(e.g.
efragmeter),disable windows aero...
don't expect that good FPS during impact/effect e.g. Demi,Hellfire
only the real PS2 can survived that impacted graphics.
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PCSX2 settings? plugin settings? what do the EE/GS% numbers in game window say when you get slowdowns?
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try to run it at native res. First.....if u get 60fps everywhere then use custom res and increase it slowly from 800x600 to 1024x768 and so on till u get playable fps....don't use too many speed hacks as it will probably slow u down...use the presets....and also don't use frame skip....it has a tendency of fps drop after every time interval(depends)....haven't tested tht game myself bt hope this helps u
That GPU is fine for native, and probably a bit more.
That CPU is slow, even at 2.8Ghz.
You've enabled Speedhacks, but what have you applied?
Frameskip to 1,2 constant
(10-13-2011, 12:47 PM)recoder Wrote: Frameskip to 1,2 constant
Don't give advise when you don't know exactly what his problem is. Frame skipping only helps when his GPU is not powerful enough, and it is not the case. And even if it is, frame skipping cannot be applied to FFX -- it causes heavily graphics glitch.
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