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FFX High Settings Help
#1
Hey guys here are my specs to start with:

AMD 965 BE
4Gb Ram
Ati 5770
Windows XP x64

I am running the game at Full Speed at 1920x1080 with pretty much all the graphic plug-in stuff checked off but I get frame rate lag when there is an explosion or some other effect on screen, I know it's not a big deal compared to issues other people having but thought I'd see if you guys had and tips.

I have enabled all the recommended speedhacks but no real change before and after.

Though with my same settings I can't get Dark Cloud 2 to run as fast sadly.

Would upgrading to Win 7 help? I have been planning on doing it soon but will fast track it if it helps.
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#2
could help a bit since you could use dx10
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#3
yes it would definitely help, there's significant difference between using dx11 plugin (your gpu supports it, i have the same) and dx9. Make sure that you update Direct X too.
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#4
he has windows xp so dx 10 or 11 wont help him.

reduse the resolution of the games that will give you better speeds. (try just 1024 / 1024 then use scaling options to set it to a resolution you are happy with.
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#5
Quote:he has windows xp so dx 10 or 11 wont help him.

true. but if you read his post :

Quote:Would upgrading to Win 7 help? I have been planning on doing it soon but will fast track it if it helps
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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(12-02-2010, 07:02 PM)jesalvein Wrote: true. but if you read his post :

d'oh i need to learn to read the whole post xD

well it would be a good thing to go to windows 7 it is WAY better then crappy xp you will notice quite a good jump in performance i think.
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#7
which version of PCSX2 are you using? I know I used to lag spike with some quickenings in FF12, reciently they've been fixed
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#8
I am using the current beta, and from what you guys say I guess I shall be fast tracking the upgrade, I shall probably do it later today or tomorrow after I get some work backed up, I shall be back to let you guys know if it is working any better with Win 7 Smile
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#9
if you run it on native, does it still lag?
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(12-02-2010, 10:24 PM)Saiki Wrote: which version of PCSX2 are you using? I know I used to lag spike with some quickenings in FF12, reciently they've been fixed

isnt r3876m most recent beta? boshes thrid quickening in ff12 still gets major lag at the end, and theres also huge lag in the beginning of mateus summon fight in still-shrine of Mariam
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