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Direct3D Selection Bug
#1
This has problably been report many times before, but here goes:
When selecting Direct3D type, Direct3D10 will show up as an option (and can even be configured) even if a GPU only supports up to DirectX 9.0c (like mine).
When 3D stuff start to appear (after the Main Menu), PCSX2 crashes, sometimes causing a BSoD.

Not sure if this is a PCSX2 problem or GSdx's, so I posted here...
CPU:
Intel Core2 Duo T5450 (1.666 GHz)
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GPU:
Mobile Intel® 965 Express Chipset Family (500 MHz)
GPU-Z Validation
Other:
RAM: DDR2-666 (2 GB)
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#2
It is gsdx fault then! Because you use dx10 in that hardware which only support dx9! It is definatly crash if you use dx10 option! It is just like you put and ps3 game in ps2 and try to run that game even if it's cant compatable with that! :-)
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#3
your hardware isn't even powerful enough to play most games above 30fps i wouldn't bother trying to emulate ps2 games on that system ps1 games you should be fine with
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#4
There is Direct3D10 support checking code in GSdx so that appears to be failing with your setup.
For now I'll suggest you manually correct it Smile
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#5
(02-21-2014, 09:39 PM)Eiodalin Wrote: your hardware isn't even powerful enough to play most games above 30fps i wouldn't bother trying to emulate ps2 games on that system ps1 games you should be fine with
I use speedhacks and hardware hacks, so speed isn't really a problem for me. (I can play Crash Twinsanity, a very demanding game 60 fps in many parts.)

@rama Cool, but, how do I "fix" it? Is it just not selecting it? Tongue
CPU:
Intel Core2 Duo T5450 (1.666 GHz)
[Image: gzztty.png]
GPU:
Mobile Intel® 965 Express Chipset Family (500 MHz)
GPU-Z Validation
Other:
RAM: DDR2-666 (2 GB)
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#6
Use dx9 hw instead of dx10! And that will fix it!
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#7
Yeah, I do that. Wink

Is there a big difference from D3D9 to D3D10?
CPU:
Intel Core2 Duo T5450 (1.666 GHz)
[Image: gzztty.png]
GPU:
Mobile Intel® 965 Express Chipset Family (500 MHz)
GPU-Z Validation
Other:
RAM: DDR2-666 (2 GB)
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#8
(02-22-2014, 06:05 PM)MenDude Wrote: Yeah, I do that. Wink

Is there a big difference from D3D9 to D3D10?

not much but yeah, d3d10 is better then d3d9!
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(02-22-2014, 06:05 PM)MenDude Wrote: Yeah, I do that. Wink

Is there a big difference from D3D9 to D3D10?

There's a big difference between D3D9 to D3D11.

It brings some nice speedups and fixes some bugs too.

Really worth it.
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#10
(02-22-2014, 07:06 PM)Donovan24 Wrote: There's a big difference between D3D9 to D3D11.

It brings some nice speedups and fixes some bugs too.

Really worth it.

sure for dx11 their is lots of difference compaire to dx9 ! But about DX10 ! Their is not that much difference then few bug fixes! I genrally prefer dx9 and dx11 then dx10!
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