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FFX 10... -.- Slow motion but maxed FPS PAL 50
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Just as title states, I don't really understand.

Here is a picture of my plugins - http://screensnapr.com/v/DwCE5O.jpg

and I am using the latest version. What is wrong?

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#2
misconfigure as a symptoms.
e.g. maxed-out all speedhacks may lead to fake FPS reading and the game still-feels slow.
the best way 1st in the "Emulation Setting" set all in default.
if still persists there 2 other symptoms such as CPU temperatures and AMD's Cool and quiet.
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(05-18-2012, 02:49 PM)tallbender Wrote: misconfigure as a symptoms.
e.g. maxed-out all speedhacks may lead to fake FPS reading and the game still-feels slow.
the best way 1st in the "Emulation Setting" set all in default.
if still persists there 2 other symptoms such as CPU temperatures and AMD's Cool and quiet.

I have no speed hacks on.

Setting to default now.
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#4
Also, is it normal for the audio to stutter a lot? What are the best plugins?
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#5
(05-18-2012, 03:12 PM)Tyler Bro Wrote: Also, is it normal for the audio to stutter a lot? What are the best plugins?

get the latest rxxxx rather than using the 0.9.8 that comes with r4600 plug-ins set.
http://pcsx2.net/svn.php
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#6
If your audio is stuttering, check the spu2x settings, there is a latancy slider which you might have to raise slightly. Also make sure you're using XAudio2 (in spu2x again)

BTW ive updated your thread title as it was complaining and i couldnt give a monkeys if you are an onlive server hosting BF3 ;p

Also to help improve performance, as you have a quad core, get the latest svn from http://www.pcsx2.net/svn.php and enable the MTVU speedhack.

Edit: Doh! Tallbender beat me to it!
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(05-18-2012, 03:15 PM)refraction Wrote: If your audio is stuttering, check the spu2x settings, there is a latancy slider which you might have to raise slightly. Also make sure you're using XAudio2 (in spu2x again)

BTW ive updated your thread title as it was complaining and i couldnt give a monkeys if you are an onlive server hosting BF3 ;p

Also to help improve performance, as you have a quad core, get the latest svn from http://www.pcsx2.net/svn.php and enable the MTVU speedhack.

Edit: Doh! Tallbender beat me to it!

How do I enable the MTVU speedhack? and which exe do I run in the SVU folder? There is two of them.
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#8
*MTVU is located in the speedhacks category
*use pcsx2-rxxxx.exe
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#9
Nvm I figured it out... Helps a little bit. Maybe the PAL version of the game is slower? I don't know... Thanks guys! Smile
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#10
Also try running the game from an ISO image instead of the DVD disc, that could help with the stuttering
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