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If I change the size of my screen...
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Will that increase/decrease the fps of some of my games? I can run some games at full speed but 3d I can run at 30fps if I'm lucky. If this will increase the amount of fps that would be awesome.
And by decrease the size I mean with the courser to make it smaller
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#2
won't make a difference, 1600x1200 or 800x600 will produce the same FPS, is uses whatever resolution is set in GSdx, not on your pc
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You might want to click the box next to Native, it uses less resources than the 1024x1024 thats already preset in Gsdx.
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Using a smaller fullscreen resolution might give a small increase on speed but only on the slowest machines, unfortunatelly I dont think window size will have the same effect. Only reducing the D3D internal resolution might increase FPS but it's only to a certain point.
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