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How Good would my new Built Computer run>?
#1
Heres the Specs
ATI RADEON 5770 GGDR5 1GB
Quad-Core 3.2ghz Phenon II 955 Black edition
4 gigs of G Skill Ram.
Foxconn Crossfire Motherboard.

Just want to know what games i could run with this. im hoping at least 30-50 frames so its pretty clean. i heard this emulator takes a big bulk on the cpu part but i just wanna know what i can do with it as a stock product before i overclock the CPU and ram.

Thank you Laugh
CPU: i5-3570k @ 4.5ghz http://valid.canardpc.com/2607863
MOBO: Asrock Z75 Pro 3
RAM: 2x4GB G.Skill RipJaw X 1333mhz DDR3 ram.
GPU : Sapphire Radeon HD 7850 @ 1200/1450 clocks http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/kasmr/

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#2
Depends on the game. Final Fantasy X, yeah, definitely full speed (50fps PAL, 60fps NTSC) even without speedhacks. Shadow of the Colossus, that might be a bit more difficult without speedhacks but possibly fullspeed with VU Cycle Stealing.
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#3
gpu: is pretty nice
cpu : old ok but try upgrading it
ram : dosent matter pcsx2 dont use more than 300 mb as maximum
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(02-15-2011, 11:50 AM)abdo123 Wrote: gpu: is pretty nice
cpu : old ok but try upgrading it
ram : dosent matter pcsx2 dont use more than 300 mb as maximum

ah okay... well i could always go to X4 970 edition which is 3.5 ghz proccessor... besides that i cant fish any extra cash for the 6 core processors.

but its great to know i can play some nice games at full seed Laugh
CPU: i5-3570k @ 4.5ghz http://valid.canardpc.com/2607863
MOBO: Asrock Z75 Pro 3
RAM: 2x4GB G.Skill RipJaw X 1333mhz DDR3 ram.
GPU : Sapphire Radeon HD 7850 @ 1200/1450 clocks http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/kasmr/

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#5
A six core processor will not help at the present PCSX2 development stage. It may help in some other games/applications but you may want to wait for the bulldozer release and from then decide if going Intel or AMD in the next upgrade.

For now I think it's not worthy to invest in CPU since yours will do the trick for most PC games and none would enhance PCSX2 enough to justify it (unless it's a total upgrade and going Intel's sandy bridge, which does not seen your plan).
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#6
Would still be awesome though in future releases if more cores = the better Laugh.
Strange about the way you say pcsx2 uses 300Mb minimum, I've seen a guy running one of the demanding games on pcsx2 with 9Gb Ram and 3.00Ghz
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#7
Pcsx2 uses 1 GB,and on some games like soul calibur 3 more than 1 GB on Windows XP. And if you have Windows 7 you have to have at least 1.5 GB to try it.
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#8
(12-10-2008, 03:20 PM)Bositman Wrote: Other Hardware Recommendations:

512 mb or above of System Memory:
Windows XP With Service Pack 3
Windows 2000
Windows XP 64 With Service Pack 1

1 GB or above of System Memory:
Windows Vista 32/64
Windows 7 32/64


And that's it! Nothing else is very important when it comes to system requirements, i hope that just cuts down the number of "Will it work" threads! Smile

(02-15-2011, 05:49 PM)Game Wrote: Pcsx2 uses 1 GB,and on some games like soul calibur 3 more than 1 GB on Windows XP. And if you have Windows 7 you have to have at least 1.5 GB to try it.
not true as every one can see in this thread
http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-Will-PCSX...y-computer
512 mb of ram is what needed to run pcsx2
for windows 7 \ vista they use about 800 mb of memory to run there self ( i did a test )
so they really need higher memory


@ game + Merkieman : in yore face next time use true info ( i just have to tell it ) no offense
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#9
That depends on game.With what game did you tested it with?

I had 1 GB and soul calibur 3 freezes as soon as it loads the fight.2 GB works normally.
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#10
Well ram usage depends on the game and how PCSX2 handles all the memory allocations. It takes about 300 megabytes as a baseline. I know for games like GOW for superVU, I believe, memory usage would be incredibly high as it would constantly allocate, deallocate and flush blocks. Of course, not all games are like that.
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