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DBZ BT 3, run very nice but... One Litle "big" Problem...
#1
Hi... I have a problem with Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tekainchi 3...

The game run very nice in single player... The FPS are perfect... BUT... When i try to play 1J vs 2J (No vs CPU) i have a down of FPS (In normal mode have up to 200 fps but in 1J vs 2J have no more that 30 FPS)

My hard is...

Phenom x 3 @ 2.3 ghz

8800GS Alpha Dog Edition

2GB Ram @ 1066

PD: With a Athlon x 2 5000 i have best performance but de fps still in 30/32

PD2: I try with so many PCSX2 versions and i have the same problem+


Sorry about my bad english, thanks for reading me...
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#2
I am afraid that is normal.the emulator has much more things to calculate/render. Does GSdx report 99% CPU usage? If so,it is your graphics card that can't take the extra load. If it's lower than 90% it means it's your processor that is the bottleneck.
You can try the latest beta and latest GSdx builds
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#3
(07-31-2009, 09:47 AM)Bositman Wrote: I am afraid that is normal.the emulator has much more things to calculate/render. Does GSdx report 99% CPU usage? If so,it is your graphics card that can't take the extra load. If it's lower than 90% it means it's your processor that is the bottleneck.
You can try the latest beta and latest GSdx builds

Thanks for the answer. Is a bad news Sad

If possible in the future get a nice emulation of DBZ BT3 in Split Screen? This problem is in all games whit split screen or only in DBZ? Im thinking why cant emulate nicely a PS2 when the hard is much powerful. Well, im going to try with the lastest beta of PCSX2... In a few hours i post the results... Thank you again for reading me
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#4
Ok... Im back... I use this time the last beta PCSX2 and the FPS in split screen are much better... Now i have 50/60 FPS... But i have lagg too... With The GSDX 1.5 plugin the image is Dark... I try whit the GSDX Frame Skip Mod 1.4 and is very better (Have more light)... So now is only matter of time to get a nice configuration to get the best performance with this version of PCSX2... What recomend me? If you like i post it image of my config of PCSX2...

Im new in this of emulation of PS2 and for that i ask for a litle of help... Again sorry about my english (Thanks for the movies for teaching me... lol xD)

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http://img385.imageshack.us/img385/4697/configl.jpg

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#5
Up Up XD
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#6
it is not necessary to bump your thread after just a few hours of inactivity. there are already many threads about the dbz games, tried any configs from them? the lag might be related to your speed hacks and frame skip config. try disabling the frameskipping and reduce the vu cycle stealing to moderate. too aggressive speed hack settings will lead to issues like lag, slowdowns, choppy sound/gameplay or glitches/crashes.
CPU Core i5-3570K@3.4GHz | GPU Nvidia Geforce GTX 570 | RAM 8GB DDR-3 1600MHz CL9 | OS Win7 Ultimate (x64) SP1
EMU PCSX2 v1.1.0 r5645 | GS GSdx SSE4 r5632 | SPU2 SPU2-X r5559 | PAD LilyPad r5403 | CDVD cdvdGigaherz r5403
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#7
(08-01-2009, 01:33 AM)zero29 Wrote: it is not necessary to bump your thread after just a few hours of inactivity. there are already many threads about the dbz games, tried any configs from them? the lag might be related to your speed hacks and frame skip config. try disabling the frameskipping and reduce the vu cycle stealing to moderate. too aggressive speed hack settings will lead to issues like lag, slowdowns, choppy sound/gameplay or glitches/crashes.

Work`s better whit VU Cycle full... When i put in moderate the FPS down a lot... Another suggestion?...
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#8
That's the thing VU cycle stealing can create those false FPS, you'd have to see if setting them to full does actually increase the game's speed or just the FPS compared to moderate.
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
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