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Final Fantasy X and specs
#1
Hello everyone, I'm new to the forums although I've used these before for my PCSX2 problems, but I just joined because I have something to ask.

First off, I got a computer from one of my family members. I cleaned it out and tried to use PCSX2 on it.

These are the specs:
Windows Vista Home Premium (6.0, Build 6001)
AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4400+ (2 CPUs), ~2.3Ghz
1790MB RAM
DirectX 10


Graphics card:
NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430

I ran Final Fantasy X on it, but the intro movie was between 25-35 FPS
The gameplay itself is 25-35 FPS
The cutscene movies are perfect
Basically, it's too slow to play comfortably.

My question is: Are these specs/graphic card enough to use PCSX2 with Final Fantasy X?

Other question: Although I have DirectX10 on this computer, I can only use the GSdx 890 (MSVC 15.00, SSE2) 0.1.14, none of the other plugins work.
And with that plugin I can only use Direct3D9.
When I try to use Direct3D10 is crashes and says "The GS plugin failed to open/initialize."
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#2
Your graphic card doesn't support dx10, your processor doesn't have SSSE3 and SSE4.1 so that why it can't use those versions of Gsdx, most of the time the problem is weak processor but in your case i would put my money that the gpu the problem, you also have low ram, the recommended minimal ram for vista is 2gb.
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#3
Alrighty then. Thanks seinfeldx Smile
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#4
he has 2gb of ram, so that will be fine, it's a GPU problem. (or 1.5 which should be ok, win 7 (32bit) says I'm using 1.4 with pcsx2 running) the 8-series is the first ones to use dx10, 8600 GT minimum suggested
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#5
or ati hd2600, but if you go with nvidia at least get a 8800 or a 9600.
C2D E6550 @ 2333 Mhz oc 3010 Mhz vcore 1.2750v | HD2600XT | P5KC | 1 + 1 GB G.Skill 6400HK 860 4.4.3.5
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