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Help me xD (Newbie)
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#2
Thanks for posting your settings, but do you have a problem to go along with it?
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#3
I'm new to PCSX2 1.4.0 and as you can see here is my Configuration and my hardware that I have.....so the problem is when I ply Dragon ball Budokai Tenkaichi 3 the frame date drops to 15 and below (In game while fighting) and also even when I start up the game the frame rate drops. Also another Problem is my GSDx Settings....When I use Direct3D9(Hardware) It goes all black and freezes and then when I use Direct3D9(Software)It works,no black screen and I could see every damn thing.

(04-19-2016, 03:28 PM)FlatOut Wrote: Thanks for posting your settings, but do you have a problem to go along with it?
I'm new to PCSX2 1.4.0 and as you can see here is my Configuration and my hardware that I have.....so the problem is when I ply Dragon ball Budokai Tenkaichi 3 the frame date drops to 15 and below (In game while fighting) and also even when I start up the game the frame rate drops. Also another Problem is my GSDx Settings....When I use Direct3D9(Hardware) It goes all black and freezes and then when I use Direct3D9(Software)It works,no black screen and I could see every damn thing.
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#4
Have you tried D3D11(Hardware) and OpenGL(Hardware)?

Your CPU is quite slow, and the software renderer is more demanding on your CPU than the hardware, so that explains the massive slowdown.
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#5
The hw crash might be related to a faulty driver. It would be interesting to read the emulog after you observed the crash. You can find it under users/< your username>/documents/pcsx2/log.


Still your pc will hardly allow you to play a lot of games. I know that some DBZ games are quite demanding. I guess with no setting you will play those.
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#6
Forget about hardware mode with this GPU.
It's not supported.

You'll have to use your real PS2 console, or software mode.
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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#7
As always you have good eyes jesalvein...


@yellowflash101 do you have another gpu in your - i guess - notebook or only the integrated one?
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