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IS THIS TRUE !!!!!!
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAjf3ypAui0

HOLY ****, I CANT BELIEVE IT THIS GUY CAN RUN FFXII AT FULL SPEED HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE NOW???!!!!!
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#2
I get even better results - you can get rid of the sound bugs by Putting the cpu cycle speed hack on 1.5 everthing above no more sound bugs ...
i got one of the early amd quad cores and im running the game with 40- 50 fps (sometimes drops to 35 in cutscenes if the camera angle is unfortunate)

(using 8800gtx 9500 phemnon on pcsxemu 0.9.6 )
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#3
WTF...D3D Internal Res is 1024 x 1024...! Well actually if you have a high-end Rig...you can also get full speed "LOL" Laugh
Excl...................Tongue
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#4
IS THIS CONFIGURATION STILL POSSIBLE AND CAN YOU PLAY TROUGHOUT THE GAME
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#5
it isnt full speed, recorded videos are sped up by the graphics plugin, so it gives a false impression.

oh and

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once located, TURN IT OFF
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#6
ehm , i've always full speed in FFXII with new plugin gsdx887 and directx10. Oh, yes :-) I've E8200@3,6 ghz :-P and 8800gts.
I5 - 2320 @ 3,0 Ghz - 8 GbyteDDR2 1333 Mhz - Geforce 8800 GTS 512 Mbyte - Win 7x64 - Samsung 32" TV HD-Ready
Uomo saggio il cielo aiuta.
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#7
sorry bout the caps, so the video is a con???? or is it true. his PC is only 2.4 ghz dual core
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#8
actually i just watched the video (made an assumption before) but if you actually watch his framerate while he's playing its generally 30-50fps, not the full 60, thats only in videos which do run quite fast on FFXII
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#9
hmmm......... guess it really is the 40-50 fps guess i didnt pay attention... One more question, how do you overclock a PC
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#10
To overclock your CPU and RAM you have to go to your BIOS and tweak with the settings.

To overclock your video card you can do that with Rivatuner/ntune/etc.

I suggest using google to find articles/forums about overclocking your computer.
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