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Configuration Genji Dawn of Samurai
#1
Hey guys!
I want to know what the best configuration to run the Genji Dawn of the Samurai. Cause I'm using version 0.9.6, plugin GSDX 2283 (hardware) and the game is to slow fps.
I'm using the plugin PEOPS SPU2 the sound that others were having the problem.
Thanks!

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#2
What is your PC specs? what settings do you use?
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
#3
(01-17-2010, 12:47 AM)Shadow Lady Wrote: What is your PC specs? what settings do you use?

AMD PHENOM II X3 OVERCLOCKING 2.8 TO 3.0
4GB DDR2
GEFORCE 9600 GT 1 GB
WINDOWS SEVEN 64 BITS

PCSX 0.9.6
PLUGIN GSDX 2283 AND PEOPSP2 SOUND.
#4
Works full speed here. Use the latest 1888 beta, that will give you a speed boost.
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#5
(01-17-2010, 01:09 PM)Bositman Wrote: Works full speed here. Use the latest 1888 beta, that will give you a speed boost.

Running between 40 and 45 fps with Speedhack.
#6
anyone?
#7
I finished that game longer time ago, even on 0.9.6 I think. No problems, upgrade your cpu, get intel and overclock it.
E7400 @ 3.6Ghz 1.33v, GTX-260 192SP 650/1400/1100/1.05v, 4Gb RAM, Windows Server 2008 x64
#8
(01-20-2010, 03:12 AM)elite Wrote: I finished that game longer time ago, even on 0.9.6 I think. No problems, upgrade your cpu, get intel and overclock it.

What plugin did you use? And the sound plugin?
Unfortunately got the cpu in less than 6 months and can not upgrade now, and I wanted to but I have no money.
Thanks!
#9
I haven't yet completed genji, but I got decent results (for a 2.2dc) using these: (yea, they're kinda all over the place in revisions, but there's a general idea. I compiled these myself)
zerospu2 r1851
gsdx sse2 r1837
linuz iso (I'm assuming.. r1804)
ssxpad (personal preference)
#10
(01-21-2010, 01:52 AM)elmarcao Wrote:
(01-20-2010, 03:12 AM)elite Wrote: I finished that game longer time ago, even on 0.9.6 I think. No problems, upgrade your cpu, get intel and overclock it.

What plugin did you use? And the sound plugin?
Unfortunately got the cpu in less than 6 months and can not upgrade now, and I wanted to but I have no money.
Thanks!

I think I used 0.9.6 with default plugins. Or r1888 beta with defaults but probably stable, I switched to beta later I think. Maybe I even had intel e2160 @3ghz with radeon 3870 at that time, or current cpu with that radeon. Don't remember Wink
E7400 @ 3.6Ghz 1.33v, GTX-260 192SP 650/1400/1100/1.05v, 4Gb RAM, Windows Server 2008 x64




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