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Core 2 duo support?
#1
Hey there ive had some questions that i had for pcsx2:

In the settings i see alot things that increases stuf if you have a Dual core processor. I have a Core 2 duo T5800 2,0 GHZ is that the same?
I have heard that core 2 duo is some improved dual core?

The rest of my specs are:

Nvidia gforce 9600m GT 512 MB
4 gig of RAM
Im running Vista home premium 64 bit.

How good are these specs for PCSX2?

Thx in advance!Laugh
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#2
2.0Ghz is enough for some games (especially 2D), but too weak for games like Tekken5, FF12, GoW, etc..
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#3
(02-21-2009, 04:42 PM)Kein Wrote: 2.0Ghz is enough for some games (especially 2D), but too weak for games like Tekken5, FF12, GoW, etc..
Wil it mabe later improved so it supports 2.0? (later versions)
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#4
post in the right section....
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#5
(02-21-2009, 04:45 PM)Krakatos Wrote: post in the right section....

O sorry about that btw what happend about my other post about KH RE: chain of memmories? Sad
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#6
support or not is "orz" question

if CPU have not SSE2 you don't run pcsx2 because SSE2 is basic for new beta ver. pcsx2
Intel Core i7 980X oc 4.2Ghz (200*21)
MSI N470GTX TwinFrozr II GoldenEdition oc Core 900 Mem 4200 Shader 1800
GSkill DDR3-2000 6-9-6-24 2G*6
Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
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(02-21-2009, 04:42 PM)Kein Wrote: 2.0Ghz is enough for some games (especially 2D), but too weak for games like Tekken5, FF12, GoW, etc..

FF12 on 2.2 is 40fps (mine anyway)
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#8
Core2 is fast more than P4 ....
P4 2.2 too slow ....
so... this not "2.2 is enough" "Core2 2.2 is enough"
Intel Core i7 980X oc 4.2Ghz (200*21)
MSI N470GTX TwinFrozr II GoldenEdition oc Core 900 Mem 4200 Shader 1800
GSkill DDR3-2000 6-9-6-24 2G*6
Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
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#9
I gues my post wasn't clear to some. I have an E2200 it's an intel dual core, it was my assumption that it would be understood and not thought single core
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(02-21-2009, 11:36 PM)Saiki Wrote: I gues my post wasn't clear to some. I have an E2200 it's an intel dual core, it was my assumption that it would be understood and not thought single core
well i hope with future releases it gets better. i can run ssse3 but not 4, well i hope you can add my cpu to the support for 4 cause my cpu doesnt support it. That is what it says anyway.
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