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I need help with AVX2
#1
I need know more about AVX2
is really more fast running games, or is better with the compatibility.
I will buy a new pc with a CPU Intel 4th generation( a Core i3 maybe most possible). Graphic card not yet.
Congratulations by the emulator, for the Creators and supporters.
sorry if have a error, I am learning more english( I speak spanish)

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#2
AVX2 is only useful for slightly speeding up software rendering. Maybe 1-2 FPS.
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#3
Blyss, ahh thanks, then AVX2 is no better than AvX or SSE4.1 in PCSX2. (I suspect)
But I'll buy a 4th generation Core i3 anyway.
The graphics card yet. But really do not know what to buy. Nvidia or AMD in the future. There are expectations of prices following a price reduction nVidia, but AMD is moving a lot with mantle in other games.

I should do (I like nvidia more ...)
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#4
Go with whatever you want GPU wise. Any modern mid range or higher GPU is plenty for PCSX2, even with heavy upscaling.
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#5
Ok, LOL. If you say so and seeing your specs, I take your advice.

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#6
Maybe one should mention that many i3's will have problems with pcsx2...
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#7
A Core I3 4370 is good (3.8 ghz), but if I try to record my game, it would be slow

if spending a little more could buy a core i5, but the difference would be low because all cores are not used without problems occur

good advice anyway
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