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Final fantasy X HD on surface 3
#1
Hello everybody,

I'm new to the forum and I would like to ask a few things.
I want to play final fantasy X on my surface 3 (NOT PRO) with the following specs:
  • Processor: Quad-core Intel Atom x7-Z8700 processor (2MB Cache, 1.6GHz with Intel Burst technology up to 2.4GHz)

  • GPU: Intel Gen 8
  • RAM: 2GB
  • Memory: 64GB eMMC
  • Windows 10
First of all I would like to ask you if these specs are enough and moreover if is there any risk of damaging the PC since it has no fans.
Second thing: is there any difference in performance if I use the final fantasy X HD remaster instead of the old final fantasy X.. I would say yes but since I'm dealing with an emulator I have no idea how this technology works.

Thanks in advance Smile
Jeff
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#2
the HD remaster for PC will probably be less demanding than the emulated FFX under pcsx2.
It'll run , but expect many slowdowns.
and your tablet will surely get hot
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(12-16-2015, 04:18 PM)jesalvein Wrote: the HD remaster for PC will probably be less demanding than the emulated FFX under pcsx2.
It'll run , but expect many slowdowns.
and your tablet will surely get hot

Thanks for the reply, the HD remaster is still a PS2 game so it needs to be emulated by the PCSX2 as well. I'm wondering if the emulation of those better graphics will lower the performance.
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#4
no its not
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#5
Just get the Remaster, it's a PC game so you don't need the emulator for it. The single thread performance of your tablet processor is too weak to run FFX through PCSX2 smoothly.
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#6
(12-16-2015, 05:09 PM)FlatOut Wrote: Just get the Remaster, it's a PC game so you don't need the emulator for it.

No it is not, not yet anyway, still just a rumor.
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#7
Thank you all,

I think I'll just try the original FFX disc and see if I can make it run smooth even thou I seriously doubt it will Smile

(hoping for the PC version as well)
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#8
(12-16-2015, 06:10 PM)K.F Wrote: No it is not, not yet anyway, still just a rumor.

I thought they'd semi-officially acknowledged it was true. Maybe not then. Tongue2
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#9
(12-16-2015, 09:29 PM)FlatOut Wrote: I thought they'd semi-officially acknowledged it was true. Maybe not then. Tongue2

It's pretty much guaranteed. It showed up in SteamDB which is almost always accurate:
https://steamdb.info/sub/64178/
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#10
(12-16-2015, 09:31 PM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: It's pretty much guaranteed. It showed up in SteamDB which is almost always accurate:
https://steamdb.info/sub/64178/

That is amazing good news :Smile guess I'll wait for that. If it is in their database I doubt it will take more than 1 year to come out
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