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Are there any performance differences between using the PS2 disc or the ISO of the disc?
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(12-01-2012, 03:49 AM)Bobcar96 Wrote: Are there any performance differences between using the PS2 disc or the ISO of the disc?

From what I understand, There's acutally a quicker loading time if you use the ISO from where it doesn't have to read from the disc drive.
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(12-01-2012, 03:59 AM)xenoriddley Wrote: From what I understand, There's acutally a quicker loading time if you use the ISO from where it doesn't have to read from the disc drive.

Do you know if it benefits the frame rate at all?
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I asked a similar question some time ago here:
http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-Minimum-d...e-in-PCSX2
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That I'm not really certain about. If I had to guess, I would say yes, because like I said earlier, it isn't trying to read the disc, so it loads quicker. I wouldn't quote me on that though. I'll let someone with more experience than me take a stab at that.
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you may get some more fps on a few FMVs in a few fames.
but most of the time, it'll be more a "quicker loading times" story.

It won't affect actual gameplay, or just a little.
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ISO, beyond the access speed, the disk lecture may create timing problems for PCSX2.
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