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Does loading from a disc make any difference?
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I was curious, if you load a game directly from a disc in your cd/dvd drive, does it have any effect on your FPS? Or will it run the same speed as it would if you were running from an ISO off the harddrive?
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iso runs better
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#3
...simply, HDD reading/writing is much faster then CD/DVD reading/writing, so iso file is much faster then direct read from CD/DVD.

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(09-14-2009, 01:07 PM)rex1825 Wrote: ...simply, HDD reading/writing is much faster then CD/DVD reading/writing, so iso file is much faster then direct read from CD/DVD.

Cheers...

Instead of making a new thread for this question, I'll just post it here, and hope somebody answers...

Is there a list somewhere that I can look at to see what games run at max FPS for my CPU? Or do I have to just google every title I want to play, and hope to find the information manually?
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#5
No list exists, since you'd have to make a new one for each system in existence which is impossible.
You can check out the results other users got and their systems/settings in the screenshots thread, that should help.
http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-4256.html
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(09-14-2009, 01:32 PM)Bositman Wrote: No list exists, since you'd have to make a new one for each system in existence which is impossible.
You can check out the results other users got and their systems/settings in the screenshots thread, that should help.
http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-4256.html

lol great, now i just have to search through 24 pages of posts to see if any of the games i had in mind are listed Tongue
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#7
Or use the inline search. Maybe you'd like us to mail you a compatibility list for your system at your home too? Tongue Seriously, some people are never happy, even when they get great stuff for free...
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(09-14-2009, 01:37 PM)Bositman Wrote: Or use the inline search. Maybe you'd like us to mail you a compatibility list for your system at your home too? Tongue Seriously, some people are never happy, even when they get great stuff for free...

I was being a bit sarcastic with my complaint. No need to get irritable about it.
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Okay Girls just calm down now I'm sure that you can look at a normal list *wink* *wink* lolci (lol crying inside)
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(09-14-2009, 01:35 PM)Greyfeld Wrote: lol great, now i just have to search through 24 pages of posts to see if any of the games i had in mind are listed Tongue

Go to the bottom of the thread there's a "search in thread" option... how does people go thru the internet without knowing how to search?
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