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FFX Running Sllllooooowwwww.
#1
Is this supposed to happen? At the start screen, it's more or less okay; a bit slower than it should be, but whatever. But when I start a new game, it's like it's going half time. Liiiiisttttteeeennn tooooo myyyyyy stooooorryyyyyy. Any way to fix it so it runs faster? I'm running from the original CD.
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#2
nope its not, ffx is one of the easiest game to emulate, post your pc specs and emu configuration
Intel Dual Core E5200 @ 3,5ghz /gigabyte GF9500GT/2 GB RAM / ASRock P45XE/ Corsair CMPSU-400CXEU
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#3
I figured it was easy... One of the first games, after all. It's been a while since I checked my pc specs, though. It's a Dell Vostro 1500 laptop... and if I remember right, the Graphics card is NVidia something... GeForce 8400M, I think. Sound is Sigmatel. Running Windows XP... As for emu Config, Graphics is Direct3D9(Hardware), Pixel Shader 2.0, no interlacing, aspect ratio 4:3, D3D internal res 1024 1024. Sound is Linear interpolation, XAudio 2.
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#4
Get the latest pcsx2 beta, try a few speedhacks.
This emulator requires beefy hardware though, so "some DELL something" notebook is probably not enough.
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#5
looking at the low end GPU, your CPU will be low end as well

but yeah, only thing you can do is latest beta and speedhacks
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#6
That bad? I never really have problems running anything else here. Though I'll admit I've never tried running something ridiculous, like say, Crysis. I could run this on my desktop, I suppose... but there wouldn't be much point.
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#7
running from iso is better also what is your cpu

if you dont know how to check, download cpu-z
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#8
Intel mobile core 2 duo T5470.
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#9
a 1.6GHZ dual core is simply to slow for most games
maybe some 2D games but besides that... i dont think anything will run well
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