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God of War 2 @ 2560x1600 100% Speed
I have a youtube video of me playing the first 15 min @ 2560x1600 internal resolution and using fraps to record and still getting 95% - 100% speed. Part 1 shows the settings and first cutscene and part 2 and 3 is straight gameplay with all speed hacks enabled. Without recording I get 100% speed 98% of the time.

Part 1:
Part 2:
Part 3:

I use 0.9.6 because there is no ghosting when jacking up the internal resolution.

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post those videos on that thread Smile
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I can play that game at 60 fps with speedhacks with scaler x4 (similar resolution to yours). How many fps do you get with 0.9.7 beta without speedhacks? I get between 20 (at big places) and 60 (in small and closed rooms).
CPU: Intel Core i5 4670k @ 4300MHz
GPU: Gainward GTX 1080 GLH
Motherboard: ASUS Z87-A
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OS: Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Mine drops to about 30-40 without speed hacks in 0.9.7, But I am getting this ghosting effect when I up the resolution higher than native. What version of 0.9.7 do you use? Ive tried 3119 and quite a few others but all do the same thing. There are so many different builds. 0.9.7 has much better speed but I am forced to use 0.9.6 because of the ghosting.
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@ XXChronicXX

use 0.9.7 but use scaling and dont change the internal resolution,then you will get ride of the ghosting effect,i used to get full speed with a few speedhacks and the scaler set on x3 with no ghosting effects at all
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I've tried 3 different svn of 0.9.7. They all had ghosting at some point. I tried scaling as well and it still did it.
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a bit retarded ?
closed & warned again
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