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GT4 fullspeed?
#1
So...i am running GT4 at around 35-40fps, thats about 70-80% of the gamespeed i guess...so is there any way to make it go faster.
I tried all speedhacks and i set 640x400 but it still runs like this....
Anyway my PC,
Celeron Dual Core 3.5GHz
HD4550 512mb VRAM
2 gigs of ram
Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit
CPU:Intel Celeron E3300@3.5ghz
GPU:VTX3D HD5670 512MB DDR5
RAM:2GB DDR2 kingston
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#2
I think your main bottleneck is your cpu Smile Even if it's a dual core and above 3 ghz, it still has lesser instructions then a full blown Pentium Smile
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#3
Damn....but i think my GPU is the problem it is 64 bit....i guess i will have to buy HD5570/9600gt for new year Tongue
Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit
CPU:Intel Celeron E3300@3.5ghz
GPU:VTX3D HD5670 512MB DDR5
RAM:2GB DDR2 kingston
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#4
Out of curiosity, can anyone run this game at full 60fps all the time?
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#5
(11-29-2010, 04:25 PM)Sh0m1 Wrote: Damn....but i think my GPU is the problem it is 64 bit....i guess i will have to buy HD5570/9600gt for new year Tongue

No point upgrading your GPU, your CPU and limited RAM will bottleneck a faster GPU. Spend your money on a better CPU and RAM and your GPU will breathe easier.

(11-30-2010, 10:54 AM)Isamu Wrote: Out of curiosity, can anyone run this game at full 60fps all the time?

I get continuous 60fps on most tracks with around 10fps slowdown in some areas of the night tracks.

2.93ghz i7, ATI 5870, 12gig RAM (not that it uses a lot of RAM).
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(11-30-2010, 11:47 AM)Anach Wrote: I get continuous 60fps on most tracks with around 10fps slowdown in some areas of the night tracks.

2.93ghz i7, ATI 5870, 12gig RAM (not that it uses a lot of RAM).

Wait, can you tell me which Core i7 you have?

I have the a Core i7 950 OC'ed to 4.0Ghz. If you're getting 60fps on most tracks with only 2.93 stock clock rates that is very encouraging! I can't wait to try it on my Core i7 950 OC'ed to 4.0Ghz. I also have a 5870 as well, so that's cool.
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#7
I7 @ 4.0Ghz will run the game nicely if it's paired with a decent vga card.
Due to how GSdx manages textures you'll want a vga card with 1GB ram though.
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#8
(12-01-2010, 03:08 PM)rama Wrote: I7 @ 4.0Ghz will run the game nicely if it's paired with a decent vga card.
Due to how GSdx manages textures you'll want a vga card with 1GB ram though.

Yeah I'm rockin an ATI 5870 1Gb so I'm good there.

Rama you guys are doing a great job. Do you anticipate being able to optimize PCSX2 further in regards to Gran Turismo 4, so that higher framerates won't require such a fast CPU clock rate?
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#9
Not really, no. The game simply has a lot of work to do (even on a real PS2).

It's possible however that future optimizations we may find and implement could help Smile
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