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Glitchy Texure Rendering/Display (Digimon Rumble Arena 2)
#1
I recently got PCSX2 to work and was very excited to play my games. Firstly I tried "Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex" which worked pretty decently. When I tried "Digimon Rumble Arena 2" the menus seemed fine, but when I play or watch a demo from the opening screen, the bottom half of the screen shows previous frames from when the camera pans to the stage(See attached image) or when that bottom of the screen changes after I pause, though the character status bars are fine. I'm not sure if it's my system, the emulator or the plugins (the ones that came with PCSX2) and/or their settings.

I'm running:
-Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit SP2
-CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 @2.20 GHz
-RAM: 4 GB Dual-Channel DDR2 @ 332MHz
-Motherboard: Dell Inc. 0RY007
-Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 6570 (Sapphire/PCpartner)
   

If anyone has any recommended settings or plugins that may help my problem or general settings that can play most games without any problems and lag, with please post them.

Thank you in advanced
~Nelsonngyn0

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#2
try hitting F9 key during game (software mode)
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
#3
(06-03-2012, 08:51 PM)jesalvein Wrote: try hitting F9 key during game (software mode)

Well well. That solution workedLaugh. But why was it so simple Blush
It looks amazing now(with missing effects), but I do have a "slow-motion" issue that I only occurs when turning on software mode (speed hacks are already on) and I do want the effects (its a fighting game after all). You got anything for that?
#4
(06-03-2012, 09:01 PM)Nelsonngyn0 Wrote: Well well. That solution workedLaugh. But why was it so simple Blush
It looks amazing now(with missing effects), but I do have a "slow-motion" issue that I only occurs when turning on software mode (speed hacks are already on) and I do want the effects (its a fighting game after all). You got anything for that?

Can you post the emulog.txt from the pcsx2 console?
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#5
(06-03-2012, 11:43 PM)Fanoffemdom14 Wrote: Can you post the emulog.txt from the pcsx2 console?

Sure thing
Quote:PCSX2 0.9.8.r4600 - compiled on Apr 27 2011
Savestate version: 0x9a010000

Host Machine Init:
Operating System = Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium Edition Service Pack 2 (build 6002), 32-bit
Physical RAM = 3325 MB
CPU name = Intel® Core™2 Duo CPU E4500 @ 2.20GHz
Vendor/Model = GenuineIntel (stepping 0D)
CPU speed = 2.194 ghz (2 logical threads)
x86PType = Standard OEM
x86Flags = bfebfbff 0000e39d
x86EFlags = 20100000

x86 Features Detected:
MMX.. SSE.. SSE2.. SSE3.. SSSE3

Reserving memory for recompilers...

Loading plugins...
Binding GS : C:\Program Files\PCSX2 0.9.8\Plugins\gsdx-ssse3-r4600.dll
Windows 6.0.6002 (Service Pack 2 2.0)
AMD Radeon HD 6570 (8.17.10.1124)
Binding PAD : C:\Program Files\PCSX2 0.9.8\Plugins\lilypad-r4600.dll
Binding SPU2 : C:\Program Files\PCSX2 0.9.8\Plugins\spu2-x-r4600.dll
Binding CDVD : C:\Program Files\PCSX2 0.9.8\Plugins\cdvdiso-r4600.dll
(GameDB) 9082 games on record (loaded in 405ms)
Binding USB : C:\Program Files\PCSX2 0.9.8\Plugins\USBnull.dll
Binding FW : C:\Program Files\PCSX2 0.9.8\Plugins\FWnull.dll
Binding DEV9 : C:\Program Files\PCSX2 0.9.8\Plugins\DEV9null.dll
Plugins loaded successfully.

HLE Notice: ELF does not have a path.


Initializing plugins...
Init GS
Windows 6.0.6002 (Service Pack 2 2.0)
AMD Radeon HD 6570 (8.17.10.1124)
Init PAD
Init SPU2
Init CDVD
Init USB
Init FW
Init DEV9
Plugins initialized successfully.

Opening plugins...
Opening GS
Opening PAD
Opening SPU2
Opening CDVD
isoFile open ok: C:\Users\Lan Dang\Documents\PCSX2\games\Digimon Rumble Arena 2 (USA).iso
Image type = DVD
Fileparts = 1
* CDVD Disk Open: DVD, Single layer or unknown:
* * Track 1: Data (Mode 1) (651040 sectors)
Opening USB
Opening FW
Opening DEV9
McdSlot 0: C:\Users\Lan Dang\Documents\PCSX2\memcards\Mcd001.ps2
McdSlot 1: C:\Users\Lan Dang\Documents\PCSX2\memcards\Mcd002.ps2
Plugins opened successfully.
EE/iR5900-32 Recompiler Reset
Bios Found: USA v01.60(07/02/2002) Console
BIOS rom1 module not found, skipping...
BIOS rom2 module not found, skipping...
BIOS erom module not found, skipping...
(UpdateVSyncRate) Mode Changed to NTSC.
(UpdateVSyncRate) FPS Limit Changed : 119.88 fps
(SYSTEM.CNF) Detected PS2 Disc = cdrom0:\SLUS_210.67;1
(SYSTEM.CNF) Software version = 1.02
(SYSTEM.CNF) Disc region type = NTSC
ELF (cdrom0:\SLUS_210.67;1) Game CRC = 0x568A5C78, EntryPoint = 0x00100008
(SYSTEM.CNF) Detected PS2 Disc = cdrom0:\SLUS_210.67;1
(SYSTEM.CNF) Software version = 1.02
(SYSTEM.CNF) Disc region type = NTSC
(GameDB) Enabled Gamefix: FpuCompareHack
Suspending single plugin: GS
Saving GS
Closing GS
Recovering single plugin: GS
Opening GS
Forced software switch enabled.
Vsync temporarily disabled
Loading GS
Suspending single plugin: GS
Saving GS
Closing GS
Recovering single plugin: GS
Opening GS
Loading GS
Closing plugins...
Closing DEV9
Closing FW
Closing USB
Closing CDVD
Closing SPU2
Closing PAD
Closing GS
Plugins closed successfully.
HLE Notice: ELF does not have a path.

Opening plugins...
Opening GS
Opening PAD
Opening SPU2
Opening CDVD
isoFile open ok: C:\Users\Lan Dang\Documents\PCSX2\games\Digimon Rumble Arena 2 (USA).iso
Image type = DVD
Fileparts = 1
* CDVD Disk Open: DVD, Single layer or unknown:
* * Track 1: Data (Mode 1) (651040 sectors)
Opening USB
Opening FW
Opening DEV9
McdSlot 0: C:\Users\Lan Dang\Documents\PCSX2\memcards\Mcd001.ps2
McdSlot 1: C:\Users\Lan Dang\Documents\PCSX2\memcards\Mcd002.ps2
Plugins opened successfully.
EE/iR5900-32 Recompiler Reset
Bios Found: USA v01.60(07/02/2002) Console
BIOS rom1 module not found, skipping...
BIOS rom2 module not found, skipping...
BIOS erom module not found, skipping...
(SYSTEM.CNF) Detected PS2 Disc = cdrom0:\SLUS_210.67;1
(SYSTEM.CNF) Software version = 1.02
(SYSTEM.CNF) Disc region type = NTSC
ELF (cdrom0:\SLUS_210.67;1) Game CRC = 0x568A5C78, EntryPoint = 0x00100008
(SYSTEM.CNF) Detected PS2 Disc = cdrom0:\SLUS_210.67;1
(SYSTEM.CNF) Software version = 1.02
(SYSTEM.CNF) Disc region type = NTSC
GIFTAG warning, size exceeded VU memory size 400
GIFTAG warning, size exceeded VU memory size 400
(SYSTEM.CNF) Detected PS2 Disc = cdrom0:\SLUS_210.67;1
(SYSTEM.CNF) Software version = 1.02
(SYSTEM.CNF) Disc region type = NTSC
(SYSTEM.CNF) Detected PS2 Disc = cdrom0:\SLUS_210.67;1
(SYSTEM.CNF) Software version = 1.02
(SYSTEM.CNF) Disc region type = NTSC
(SYSTEM.CNF) Detected PS2 Disc = cdrom0:\SLUS_210.67;1
(SYSTEM.CNF) Software version = 1.02
(SYSTEM.CNF) Disc region type = NTSC
(SYSTEM.CNF) Detected PS2 Disc = cdrom0:\SLUS_210.67;1
(SYSTEM.CNF) Software version = 1.02
(SYSTEM.CNF) Disc region type = NTSC
(R5900) Re-executed ELF Entry point (ignored) [addr=0x00100008]
Suspending single plugin: GS
Saving GS
Closing GS
Recovering single plugin: GS
Opening GS
Forced software switch enabled.
Vsync temporarily disabled
Loading GS
Hope you can do something with this
Best of Luck
#6
That's normal. Software mode of GSdx does all graphics rendering on your CPU leaving your GPU totally unused, which adds up to the rest of the work your CPU has to do, killing your FPS. Only solution would be overclocking
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#7
(06-05-2012, 11:02 AM)Bositman Wrote: That's normal. Software mode of GSdx does all graphics rendering on your CPU leaving your GPU totally unused, which adds up to the rest of the work your CPU has to do, killing your FPS. Only solution would be overclocking

So, what is overclocking?
#8
dunno the definition, but it's more like pushing your hardware capability over it's limit
#9
Overclocking is running your hardware at higher then it's rated speed. If you don't know what it is you shouldn't be doing it and most of all if you have no idea what you are doing never over volt. You can burn your system up in a hurry that way.
#10
Yeah I agree with dralor.
I was unexperienced in Overclocking like you but after having done my research I found out that it's actually very easy ONLY if you do a 300Mhz jump and sometimes even in that some processors don't respond quiet well.

Anyways to make it short Over clocking is a way to increase your CPU's performance.
For example:
I had an Intel Pentium Dual Core E5500 stock clock at 2.7Ghz.
I Over clocked it to 2.8Ghz then further up towards 3.0Ghz.
Basically you are just pushing more juice out of your processor and FYI I still haven't changed the voltages because that side of Over clocking really is dangerous.
Intel E5700 @3.0Ghz,
Xfx Radeon 5670 1Gb,
4Gb DDR3 Ram,
Microsoft Windows7 Ultimate x86




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