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Getting HD in PCSX2
#1
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First, you will need a powerful CPU if you're using ZeroGS (probably at least 4.0GHz), and a decent GPU. Your monitor resolution must be either 1280x720 (720p), or 1920x1080 (1080p).
Note: 1080p is only available in ZeroGS.

ZeroGS (Best)
Interlace Enable: Off
Bilinear Filtering: On
Anti-aliasing: 16X (needs powerful CPU)

GSDX (Second Best; 720p Only)
Resolution: 1280x720 60Hz
Renderer: (Whichever is suited for you.)
Interlacing: None
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
D3D Internal Res: 1280x720

Now run a game, then press Alt+Enter to go into fullscreen mode.
CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!!!! You are now playing the PS2 in HD!!

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#2
GSDX supports 720p (1280x720 60Hz in resolution list)
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#3
Yes, but with GSDX you can't change the anti-aliasing, and high anti-aliasing is what allows for the really good HD.
#4
Yes, you can :> AA is applied trough D3D Internal Res.
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#5
ZeroGS is better though.
#6
(05-27-2009, 10:55 PM)Techjar Wrote: ZeroGS is better though.

ZeroGS allows you to select AA, however it's only really useful in games that it works well with, for example, FF10.

And I can run games in 1080p. go me.
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#7
ok...Smile

Ya know, someone should sticky this.Tongue
#8
(05-27-2009, 11:39 PM)Techjar Wrote: ok...Smile

Ya know, someone should sticky this.Tongue

Why would it need stickying?.. It's simple.... No offence.
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#9
(05-27-2009, 11:53 PM)Sythedragon Wrote:
(05-27-2009, 11:39 PM)Techjar Wrote: ok...Smile

Ya know, someone should sticky this.Tongue

Why would it need stickying?.. It's simple.... No offence.

Well... ok.Tongue
#10
Unless I'm totally wrong, isn't setting the GSDX internal res to 1920x1080 making it 1080p HD? I know that 1080p is supposed to be a but more complex than just the resolution, but having a resolution match should essentially be the same thing, or at least a very close approximation, right?
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