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FPS Memory Ram?
#1
I have 4 GB DDR2 667 MHz. If you change a 4 GB 1066 MHz DDR2 but will have a good gain in FPS? My setup is in my signature.
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Amd Phenom II x3 2.8 overc. 3.0 GHz, 4 gb ddr2 667, Geforce 9600 GT 1 Gb DDr3, Windows Seven 64 bits
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#2
No, you won't gain significant amount of speed.
AMD Athlon II 245 @ 3.55ghz, 9600GT @730mhz 1115mhz, vista sp2 32bit
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#3
What would win?
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#4
Increase the clock speed of your CPU. Install the heatsinker and good cooler for your cpu(in your condition) to gain more speed by overclock more of your CPU speed 3.0 is way too small. Overclock it to 3.3+ see the difference.
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#5
Ok how about video card?
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#6
It's good enough(to me,lol)
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#7
Not necessarily. Depends on the latency of the ram too
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(03-14-2010, 02:59 AM)elmarcao Wrote: What would win?

That is of course the faster one, but if you want to buy the ram and expect some speed boost in pcsx2, general usage or pc gaming, it will be a waste of money. About the ram's latency if you don't have something way off, you are not going to be able to feel the difference ( I am not talking about some numerical difference). Geforce 9600 GT is not the best, but I think it is good enough for pcsx2. So far, the only game I can't get good speed because of video card is Breath of fire 5( I've tested around 20 to 30 games, most RPG's). I had to overclock the card to have the game barely run at full speed around 60 to 80% of the whole game. If you are willing to change something for better emulation, getting a good HSF is a good option( if you are still using the stock one) because this will allow you to overclock your cpu more safely and more speed.
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#9
RAM latency, speed and volume all make very close to 0 difference in speed for PCSX2 from our tests. A best, it was 1-2 FPS with extremely different RAM speed-timings
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(03-14-2010, 07:46 AM)CKL Wrote:
(03-14-2010, 02:59 AM)elmarcao Wrote: What would win?

That is of course the faster one, but if you want to buy the ram and expect some speed boost in pcsx2, general usage or pc gaming, it will be a waste of money. About the ram's latency if you don't have something way off, you are not going to be able to feel the difference ( I am not talking about some numerical difference). Geforce 9600 GT is not the best, but I think it is good enough for pcsx2. So far, the only game I can't get good speed because of video card is Breath of fire 5( I've tested around 20 to 30 games, most RPG's). I had to overclock the card to have the game barely run at full speed around 60 to 80% of the whole game. If you are willing to change something for better emulation, getting a good HSF is a good option( if you are still using the stock one) because this will allow you to overclock your cpu more safely and more speed.

Look, if I understand: it is best to buy a good cooler and overclock to make my CPU? Not worth buying then DDR-2 1066 mhz?
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