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Final Fantasy X-2 FPS problem
#1
Hi guys I'm having FPS problem and blinking FMV with my FFX-2.

Below is my pc specs

Intel Core2 Duo E8400 3.00GHz
2.00GB RAM
ATI Radeon HD4850
Window 7 Ultimate 64bit

Below is my PCSX2 setting

Plugins
GS Plugin
Core Setting 1
Core Setting 2
Core Setting 3

The speedhacks are disabled.
If any more information is needed i will gladly provide. Thanks guys
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#2
try enable INTC and VU flag hack. in the speedhack menu.
and set Clamping mode to "None"
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#3
Press F9 during gameplay, will fix the graphical issue however this game's FMV's still has problems speedwise with Pcsx2 at the moment I'm afraid Sad
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#4
Press F9 while the FMVs are playing (switches to software renderer) and press it again after to return to normal.

Not much you can do about the speed but overclock your CPU, you'd need ~4GHz to get full speed on the FMVs.
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
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#5
ok.... thx alot guys
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#6
i'm haveing the same problem but i just skip the fmv's but i get terribly slow fps in regular gameplay anything i can do to speed it up? ffx worked great for me but x-2 is driving me crazy please help.

AMD Athlon II P340 Dual Core
2.20 GHZ
4 GB Ram
64 bit op sys
windows 7 home premium
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#7
What video card do you have ?
Your Atholon II dual core @2.2ghz needs to be overclocked to about 3.2-3.5ghz to come close to kira106's Intel Core2 Duo E8400 3.00GHz, and even then fmv's will not run full speed. but if im not mistaken Athlon II P340 is laptop cpu, so overclocking that high is not an option
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#8
yeah its a hp notebook. i can bypass the overclock block but not sure if thats the smartest thing. Radeon HD 4250 i believe btw. i could care less about the fmv's but battles are really starting to get on my nerves. running around and stuff i get full 60 fps tho
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#9
hi guys. i have the same problem as the topicstarter have and u recommend him to overclock his Intel Core2 Duo E8400 3.00GHz
up to 4GHz

My CPU is Core2 Quad Q9300 2.5GHz and the question is how can i get the full speed in videos?
should i overclock the cpu too?
if yes - pls tell me what freqency i must reach because the default cooler on cpu is so small and i afraid this cooling sistem will not help cpu to survive a huge overclock(((

http://www.easycom.com.ua/data/cpu/85161817/img/04.jpg

http://www.ultraprice.by/image/view/2/517c397.jpg
Core2Quad Q9300 / 4Gb DDR2 / HD6870
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#10
You will need high clock speed to get decent speed in those videos (3.8GHz+ which is not recommended to try without very good cooler and probably can't get up to that much with that CPU anyway). I'd just recommend to watch them in youtube or somewhere else, it's a total of 11 FMVs in the whole game.
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
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