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GOD HAND pcsx2 vs ps2 graphic comparison
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Hi guys I recently replayed GODHAND on pcsx2, to me looks identical to the ps2 version. Maybe I am not a real purist, have you guys found glitches/graphic differences between pcsx2 and ps2 playing GODHAND?
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#2
What's your PC spec and Pcsx2 setting?

As with me, it's much better. Although my PC just can upscale to x2(Gsdx)!
PC Specs:
MB: Asus P8Z77 M-Pro
CPU: I7 3770K @4.4Ghz
VGA: Intel HD 4000
Ram: 2x4Gb Corsair 1600 C9
Screen: Asus ML248H
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(05-04-2012, 04:53 PM)phikhanh Wrote: What's your PC spec and Pcsx2 setting?

As with me, it's much better. Although my PC just can upscale to x2(Gsdx)!

build: pcsx2 svn5190
video settings: gsdx sse4, native resolution, directx 9 hardware mode (directx11 gives some weird blur effects on deep field which I don't like), mtvu multithread hack enabled, all the rest is set to default. With these settings it runs almost full 60fps

my system:
windows 7
intel i7 2.3ghz
amd radeon 6750M
4Gb x ram DDR3

It slows down to 40 fps when I try to run it on 1024x1024 resolution or 2x native, can it be slow GPU fault? any good settings to play it 2x native full 60fps?
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#4
try turning mtvu speedhack on
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#5
(05-04-2012, 06:57 PM)kohaku2421 Wrote: try turning mtvu speedhack on

already enabled
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#6
Disable it, dude.

IIRC, that game is not that demanding.

And, yes-- limitations with up-scaling are usually due to GPU power.
Although, the MTVU hack can have trouble when there's a lot on the GS thread, I believe.
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#7
Try skipdraw 10, shouldn't have any adverse effects and boosts speed considerably
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(05-04-2012, 09:18 PM)Bositman Wrote: Try skipdraw 10, shouldn't have any adverse effects and boosts speed considerably

is skipdraw 10 gonna skip frames basically?
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#9
No it skips draw calls (as the name suggests). Try it out, if it doesn't work out just disable it Tongue
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(05-04-2012, 10:09 PM)Bositman Wrote: No it skips draw calls (as the name suggests). Try it out, if it doesn't work out just disable it Tongue

What are draw calls? I am not very technical, basically what happens on video when I set skipdraw on, is there any kind of quality loss?
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