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#1
Whenever I go to run a game on PCSX2 it says that my cpu does not support SSE 4.01. Can anyone tell me what I need to do?
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#2
First, check out what your CPU can support. Do this by going "Config > CPU" and it will say in the top left area of the screen. Then change the graphics plugin to an SSE/SSSE version that you can use by going "Config > Configure".
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#3
try CPUZ 1.5 program to see your CPU support that feature or not and give us decent info first before talking about your problem.
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#4
Use an SSE(SSSE) your CPU supports?
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#5
just use a GSDX which doesnt have SSE4 in the title, unless you have a core2duo or higher, stick with the SSE2 one.

If you do have an intel chip (core2 or higher) then you can use the SSSE3 (thats 3 S's before you say "but i have SSE3")
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(06-24-2009, 10:54 AM)refraction Wrote: just use a GSDX which doesnt have SSE4 in the title, unless you have a core2duo or higher, stick with the SSE2 one.

If you do have an intel chip (core2 or higher) then you can use the SSSE3 (thats 3 S's before you say "but i have SSE3")

well refraction i am confused in ssse3 and sse4.1 which is better i can use both of them but which one is better.?????????
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#7
Basically, the higher the number the better.
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(06-25-2009, 09:02 AM)luckysingh Wrote:
(06-24-2009, 10:54 AM)refraction Wrote: just use a GSDX which doesnt have SSE4 in the title, unless you have a core2duo or higher, stick with the SSE2 one.

If you do have an intel chip (core2 or higher) then you can use the SSSE3 (thats 3 S's before you say "but i have SSE3")

well refraction i am confused in ssse3 and sse4.1 which is better i can use both of them but which one is better.?????????
Obviously you can't use SSE4.1 as you've had an error..

Just SSSE3/SSE2 dependant on what SSE/SSSE your CPU supports.
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(06-25-2009, 10:12 AM)Sythedragon Wrote:
(06-25-2009, 09:02 AM)luckysingh Wrote:
(06-24-2009, 10:54 AM)refraction Wrote: just use a GSDX which doesnt have SSE4 in the title, unless you have a core2duo or higher, stick with the SSE2 one.

If you do have an intel chip (core2 or higher) then you can use the SSSE3 (thats 3 S's before you say "but i have SSE3")

well refraction i am confused in ssse3 and sse4.1 which is better i can use both of them but which one is better.?????????
Obviously you can't use SSE4.1 as you've had an error..

Just SSSE3/SSE2 dependant on what SSE/SSSE your CPU supports.

he isnt the OP Tongue
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(06-25-2009, 01:06 PM)refraction Wrote:
(06-25-2009, 10:12 AM)Sythedragon Wrote:
(06-25-2009, 09:02 AM)luckysingh Wrote:
(06-24-2009, 10:54 AM)refraction Wrote: just use a GSDX which doesnt have SSE4 in the title, unless you have a core2duo or higher, stick with the SSE2 one.

If you do have an intel chip (core2 or higher) then you can use the SSSE3 (thats 3 S's before you say "but i have SSE3")

well refraction i am confused in ssse3 and sse4.1 which is better i can use both of them but which one is better.?????????
Obviously you can't use SSE4.1 as you've had an error..

Just SSSE3/SSE2 dependant on what SSE/SSSE your CPU supports.

he isnt the OP Tongue
Dammit.
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