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Increase speed on Wild Arms 3
#1
Hello. Wild Arms 3 is one of my favorite RPGs on the PS2, and I wanted to play it on my emulator. Bad news is when I get past the title screen, the game goes slower.

Here are my specs:

Processor: AMD V120 Processor 220 GHz
RAM: 2.00 GB
System Type: Windows 7 64-bit

Help would be appreciated.

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#2
(07-11-2012, 03:42 AM)SmashFan127 Wrote: (...)
Processor: AMD V120 Processor 220 GHz
(...)

WOW I oveslept a whole century ;D

jokes aside, you have a laptop with 1 core AMD cpu, forget about PS2 emulation.
#3
(07-11-2012, 03:49 AM)miseru99 Wrote: WOW I oveslept a whole century ;D

jokes aside, you have a laptop with 1 core AMD cpu, forget about PS2 emulation.

.......Was that meant to be offensive?
#4
this is not serious or severe joke
despite is not a netbook that AMD cpu is definately a 1 core cpu and not best for PS2 emulation.
http://www.notebookvsnetbookvslaptop.com...amd-v.html
so don't expect that...
best configuration is 0%
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#5
Umm rather informative;3, sorry if you feel offended, but there's absolutely no way to play demanding games on a laptop like that(or is it a netbook?), it's simply too weak for PS2 emulation and doesn't even have a dedicated gpu.

Edit: and umm in case that wasn't soo obvious as I thought;P, the joke part I laugh was 220Ghz cpu, which kind of doesn't exist as of yet, and who knows how long it'll stay like that;P
#6
i'm not sure if that is a netbook supposely netbooks are 1 core based cpu.
if i mistaken can somebody correcting this if my last and this post if correct?
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#7
I don't understand all the engrish in this thread but I can say that the CPU will not run any 3D game at good speed.
#8
Like the others said, the cpu is slow and pretty outdated, and I doubt it was ever intended for any type of gaming, I'm not sure what video card you have but WA3 is also pretty heavy on the GPU, With that said you should consider upgrading your pc, most intel i5 or i7 @ 2.6ghz+ will be good for many of the lighter games, you will also want a dedicated gpu..
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#9
AMD V120? It is the first time I hear that name. I thought it was some kinda new processors from AMD. Laugh
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#10
So, what PC would be recommended for a low price in this matter?




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