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Custom resolution vs Nativex
#1
Messing with some stuff today after updating pcsx2 I noticed that I get higher fps using the same resolution that I would get from using the nativeX setting. Unless I am misjudging the games native resolution. And I do not mean 2-3 fps I mean like 40 fps.
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#2
you probably have a weak gpu.
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#3
The native resolution is visible in the gsdx title bar.

So you want to say that if you have a game at native resolution 500x500 and you check:
1. native x 3
2. custom resolution 1500x1500
you get highly differing fps results?
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#4
(01-02-2015, 01:05 PM)willkuer Wrote: The native resolution is visible in the gsdx title bar.

So you want to say that if you have a game at native resolution 500x500 and you check:
1. native x 3
2. custom resolution 1500x1500
you get highly differing fps results?

The game I am playing atm has a native res of 512x448.
If I set it to native x4 I get 20-45fps with massive lag.
Setting it to 2048x1792 using custom resolution I still get a clean 60 fps.
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#5
That's interesting.

Which version do you use?
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#6
(01-02-2015, 01:18 PM)willkuer Wrote: That's interesting.

Which version do you use?

I just updated to 1.2.1.
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#7
(01-02-2015, 12:42 PM)ssakash Wrote: you probably have a weak gpu.

And since you glady brought it up. My gpu is way stronger than yours. According to toms hardware anyway.
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#8
Can you maybe test pcsx2 v.1.0 as well as the current beta release?


I don't know if this is a known fact but for me it doesn't sound reasonable. I can not test this currently but will do today in the evening.
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#9
(01-02-2015, 01:37 PM)willkuer Wrote: Can you maybe test pcsx2 v.1.0 as well as the current beta release?


I don't know if this is a known fact but for me it doesn't sound reasonable. I can not test this currently but will do today in the evening.

Yeah I will test them both in a few min here. Going to test something else as well. And it is odd which is the reason I brought it up.
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#10
I might of figured it out. I was messing around with the different settings and had turned on hardware hacks to test the msaa and since nothing had really changed I had left it on. For whatever reason doing this with nativex produces horrible fps drops. Still begs the question as to why.

And I can confirm that it happens in the versions you linked me.

I should also note I am using direct3d11 hardware.

So msaa being turned on under hardware hacks causes a fps drop on nativex vs custom res.
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