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Frame drop
#1
Hey guys i'm trying to play PS2 games through this emulator and i have my original old games and i use well and i manage to get always good fps but 10 in 10 seconds i get these fps drop to 30 and goes back to full speed and the sound streches out sorry for my bad english

PC SPECS : Intel Core i7-4770 CPU 3,40GHZ
8GB Ram
GeForce GTX650
Windows 8.1
Settings will be attached
Thanks for your time Laugh

Im using pcsx2 version 1.2.1 btw guys


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#2
Try changing your computer's power plan to "High Performance" to see if that helps.

Do your EE%/VU%/GS% (At the top of your game window) change a lot during frame drops?
CPU: Intel® Core™ i7 4790 @ 3.6 GHz
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 745
RAM: 12GB DDR3
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#3
put EE back to 1 you making things worse with it on 3
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#4
Allow 8-bit Textures can also give you problems on some games and either use OGL or DX11(those two are almost always better than DX9)
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#5
set spu2-x synchronization mode to async mix to avoid the stuttering in audio.

Possible overheating or speedstep or something like that. Please check cpu-z readings (especially clock rates) during hiccups.
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#6
Thanks guys for your replies ,its already on a high performance , i tried your suggestions and it looks like it is running smooth , im trying to notice the FPS , and sometimes drops from 50 to 44 really quick i dont notice it anymore because doesnt strech the sound , maybe its normal to have these drops ? Any suggestions on how to benchmark ?


Edit : I screenshot this during the drop i dont know if this helps


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#7
Willkuer this is what cpu-z says when im having a hiccup :s


Is this what you mean to check ? im kinda noob


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#8
Well the screenshot looks fine. The question is if one of these displays is changing during the hiccup, slightly before or slightly after...
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#9
Any suggestions ?
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#10
(07-13-2015, 10:11 PM)junknaut Wrote: Do your EE%/VU%/GS% (At the top of your game window) change a lot during frame drops?

Are you using the original disks or iso's of these disks?
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