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Devil Kings low FPS
#1
I got at most with some speedhacks combination 32 fps with this game.

This is my specs:
Motherboard Gigabate Ga-ma790x ds4
AMD Phenom 9550 quad core.
2x2048 RAM OCZ 800 ganged mode [should be 1066 but it dont works when I set it to 1066, dunno why]
ATI Radeon HD 4670

Plugins Used:
spu2-x-r3878
gsdx-sse2-r3878
lilypad

what can I do?
CPU: Amd Phenom 9550+ [Quad Core, 64bit]
RAM: 2x2 GB OCZ 800
GFX: ATI Radeon HD 4670 [DX10.1]
Mainboard: Gigabyta GA-MA790X
OS: Windows 7 Home Edition 32bit
DX10
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#2
PCSX2 settings? Plugin settings? What do the EE/GS% numbers in the title bar of the game window say?
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
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#3
use native resolution..
on my laptop it runs around 4+fps to 60fps(11+fps if no frame limiter)
owh and that is not on speedhacks..
i think u should post ur settings cause it might be messed up..
[Image: 871087.png]

*Mio sees a ghost for the first time*
Mio: Aaaaaaah!! x_x
Seriously, the way she acts, you'd think she grew up with ghosts.
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#4
EE/IOP - First page of config
Emotion Engine Recompiler
IOP Recompiler

EE/FPU Advanced Recompiler Options
Round - Chop/Zero
Clamping - Normal
Flush to zero marked
Denormals to zero marked

VUs - second page of config
VU0 - microVU recompiler
VU1- microVU recompiler

VU0/VU1 Advanced Recompiler options

Round mode - Chop/Zero
Clamping - normal
Flush to zero marked
Denormals to zero marked

GS
Disable Framelimiting unmarked

Base framerate adjust 100%
Slow motion adjust 50%
Turbo adjust 200%

NTSC Framerate 59.94 FPS
PAL Framerate 50.0 FPS

Frame skipping Disabled

Use synchronized MTGS unmarked
Disable all gs output disabled

GS window settings page
Aspect ratio 4:3

Disable window resize border unmarked
Always hide mouse cursor unmarked
Hide window on suspend marked

Default to fullscreen mode on open marked
Use exclusive fullscreen mode unmarked
Wait for vsync to refresh unmarked

Speedhacks config page
Speedhacks enabled

EE cyclerate 3
VU Cycle stealing 2

Enabled INTC Spin Detection marked
Enable wait loop detection marked
Enable fast cdvd marked

mVU Flag Hack marked
mVU Block Hack marked
mVU Min/Max Hack marked

Game fixes disabled.

GSDX SSE2 Settings:
Renderer DX10
Interlacing none
D3D Internal [tried changing it already to native, gives a boost from 30 to 40 fps] - 1024

Hardware mode settings:
Texture filtering, Logaritmic Z, Alpha Correction are marked in grey, so I can't change it

Allow 8-bit textures marked

SPU2-X
Default settings

if You want it in screens version tell me and I'll post it, but I hope its enough.

EE is nearly 100%, GS is 40%.

CPU: Amd Phenom 9550+ [Quad Core, 64bit]
RAM: 2x2 GB OCZ 800
GFX: ATI Radeon HD 4670 [DX10.1]
Mainboard: Gigabyta GA-MA790X
OS: Windows 7 Home Edition 32bit
DX10
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#5
Allow 8-bit textures should be off in most game as it can bring slowdown and break games..
did u try disabling those speedhacks...
enabling all could get games to work slower..
just enable the recommended one for starter..
i don't use speedhacks and it works fine..

ur CPU is much MORE superior than me except for the clock speed at 2.2GHz which is pretty slow..
OC it a bit and see if that helps[if you don't know how to OC then forget it]

its ur CPU that's holding u back..
EE is CPU and GS is GPU..
[Image: 871087.png]

*Mio sees a ghost for the first time*
Mio: Aaaaaaah!! x_x
Seriously, the way she acts, you'd think she grew up with ghosts.
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#6
I know how to Overclock but usually when I do it, it just dont works... I tried without speedhacks, 30 fps, thanks for advice, I can change my processor to Amd Phenom II as far as I know on this motherboard, so I'll do it when I earn some cash.

I've got overclocking settings in bios. currently all set to auto, but maybe I can configure it properly with Ur little help

Settings are like this in advanced mode:
CPU Clock Ratio
CPU Northbridge frequency
CPU Host Clock Control
Set Memory Clock
System Voltage Control
CPU Voltage Control
DDR2 Voltage Control
Northbridge Volt Control
Southbridge Volt Control
CPU: Amd Phenom 9550+ [Quad Core, 64bit]
RAM: 2x2 GB OCZ 800
GFX: ATI Radeon HD 4670 [DX10.1]
Mainboard: Gigabyta GA-MA790X
OS: Windows 7 Home Edition 32bit
DX10
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#7
well i don't know much about OC since i'm using a laptop Tongue

search around google..
if ur planning to buy a new cpu just bear with it for the time being..
Right OC = GOOD SPEED
BAD OC = CPU burnt,mobo burnt,hole in your pocket is also burnt..Tongue
[Image: 871087.png]

*Mio sees a ghost for the first time*
Mio: Aaaaaaah!! x_x
Seriously, the way she acts, you'd think she grew up with ghosts.
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#8
(11-07-2010, 06:49 PM)RenShijo-Kun Wrote: well i don't know much about OC since i'm using a laptop Tongue

search around google..
if ur planning to buy a new cpu just bear with it for the time being..
Right OC = GOOD SPEED
BAD OC = CPU burnt,mobo burnt,hole in your pocket is also burnt..Tongue

My Motherboard is made for OC it has much precautions to not get burned CPU etc. I'll try on google but I hope that still someone from here will help me out.
CPU: Amd Phenom 9550+ [Quad Core, 64bit]
RAM: 2x2 GB OCZ 800
GFX: ATI Radeon HD 4670 [DX10.1]
Mainboard: Gigabyta GA-MA790X
OS: Windows 7 Home Edition 32bit
DX10
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