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Having some lag problems.
#1
Hello all, new here, hope not to be a bother.
Tried reading the 'will psx2' run fast' sticky, but i'm still kind of unsure.
Included is a file which I made via dxdiag, should have all my computer specs, I have the latest version of psx2 (unmodified from installation) and am trying to play dragonball Z infinite world from iso, how should I go about improving performance.
I tried looking a processors in the stciky, i'v got a dual core system, but not sure about the model, eh, if you can help, that'd be great, cheers.


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#2
your Gpu is a nit weak, actually.
try using some speedhacks, and set gsdx internal res to native.
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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#3
While your CPU is kind a mediocre one, you should enable speedhacks and it should work wonders to your games, just don't expect too much...
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#4
Ok, thank you both for the quick response, i'll see if it works now, see you soon.
If it does turn out inevitiably bad, i've got a better computer downstairs which i'll use, but for now, i'll give this a crack.
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#5
Ok, it is still a bit laggy, the processor downstairs is an i5 2400 - 3.1ghz processor (It's quad core too), if I used that one, would the performance be significantly better? Or would I not see much of a change?
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#6
(06-18-2012, 01:50 PM)masterkey001 Wrote: Ok, it is still a bit laggy, the processor downstairs is an i5 2500 - 3.1ghz processor, if I used that one, would the performance be significantly better? Or would I not see much of a change?

LOL, you should use that from start...Tongue

Of course, the performance increase are noticeable...
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