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Help plz! :3
#1
Ok so my problem is about GSdx new version 0.1.16 I know that you don't give support about beta things but I'm going to ask anyways. :s (SORRY!) So I just can't get that plugin to my configuration list so help me with that plz I've read some topics about that but I didn't understand it completely and umm just a question if I have directx 11 should I get it back to directx10 for better use? :3
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#2
yes you should.

Dx 11 woi'nt give you any improvement and is buggier than Dx10
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#3
1)Update your directX
2)Put the w32pthreads.v3.dll file that was in the package in the same folder pcsx2.exe is in.
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#4
Ok thanks that helped and now i go it configured but I was jsut thinking how to downgrade directx 11 back to directx 10? I tried to search it but I only found something about bying new graphic cards or something like that. Is there any simpler way?
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#5
???
why would you ?
just use DX10 hardware mode in pcsx2, it'll be ok, even with your dx11 installed
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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#6
The DX10 and DX11 modes in GSdx are THE SAME.
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#7
DX11 is still in its early stages.Theres no point of using it for Gsdx
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#8
Ok thanks o.o But well theres GSdx9 which runs faster than GSdx10. So I quess I'll use that :o
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#9
On which game is it that DX9 runs faster than DX10/11?
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#10
For me grandia 3 :3 I quess I have bad graphic configs. Actually graphics are better with dx10 but dx9 is faster and graphic difference is not that big so I say dx9 is better. O.o
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