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Final Fantasy X optimizing
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I've decided to play Final Fantasy X on the emulator, but I cannot get it to play at a decent FPS. It runs around 60 FPS until a number of character appear on screen, then it'll drop to around 40-50 FPS (depending on how many people are on the screen). Ideally I want to play at 55-60 FPS, is there any way I can boost the performance through optimizing PCSX2?

Specs:
OS: Windows Vista Home Premium (32-bit)
*Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 3.0 GHz
RAM: 3070 MB
Video Card: ATI Radeon HD 2400 (256 MB)
Sound: Generic Onboard
HDD: Maxtor 500 GB HDD

*I am willing to overclock my CPU (but I am wary about doing this as I only have stock cooling).

I have purposely left out my PCSX2 settings, as I am accepting anyone's setting providing they have a machine with specs similar to my own.

If it isn't possible to achieve my target FPS, I would still like feedback on what options I should enable in PCSX2 for this game.
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#2
No.
And here go additional letters so my answer isn't considered to be too short LaughD
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#3
(03-20-2009, 02:45 AM)Cain Wrote: No.
And here go additional letters so my answer isn't considered to be too short LaughD
Then could you atleast give me a rough list of recommended settings for Final Fantasy X on PCSX2?

Also wondering if there is any performance boost if I run PCSX2 off my Windows XP parition.
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#4
Have you enabled any speedhack?
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#5
The default config is the recommended one. It's fast and compatible.
To get it faster you just flip on the speedhacks.

No other config makes a difference really. I wonder why everyone thinks bad fps can be cured by config changes..
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(03-20-2009, 06:58 AM)maximus_asinus Wrote:
(03-20-2009, 02:45 AM)Cain Wrote: No.
And here go additional letters so my answer isn't considered to be too short LaughD
Then could you atleast give me a rough list of recommended settings for Final Fantasy X on PCSX2?

Also wondering if there is any performance boost if I run PCSX2 off my Windows XP parition.

"depending on how many people are on the screen" - to get it faster in those areas you need a better processor, nothing else would help really.
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