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Is God Hand Emulation Possible ?
#1
Hi all, I am new here, and new to PS2 emulation in General :3
There's this game I really wanna Emulate that is called God Hand
(oh dear lord, that game sure looks beefy as hell)

Here are my Specs :

Intel Core 2 Duo E7500 @2.93 Ghz
Windows 7 32 Bit
2 GB RAM
AMD Radeon HD 4350 1 GB

Okay, I know my PC is an antique(haven't really gotten around to upgrading PC cuz of Money Problems) I want to know if God Hand Emulation is possible with reasonable speeds, I just want to be able to run my Game D: I don't care about Visual settings from the emulators and stuff o_o. I just want it to be playable from start to finish without any bugs and glitches hopefully

So, I am here to ask a simple question(two actually)
Is God Hand Emulation even possible in my WEAK-ASS PC Specs ?
If So, what is the ideal version and Ideal config to make it run well ?
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#2
AFAIK, God Hand isn't very demanding.
you should be ok with default settings + some speedhacks. (ee cycle rate to 1 or 2 + Vu cycle stealing to 1)
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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#3
(08-22-2014, 04:15 PM)Maxman Wrote: So, I am here to ask a simple question(two actually)
Is God Hand Emulation even possible in my WEAK-ASS PC Specs ?
If So, what is the ideal version and Ideal config to make it run well ?

I used to run it on my AMD laptop wich has a slower CPU than yours.
Im pretty sure you can run it, visual enhancements would a matter of test&error.

To simple run I would recommend the latest versions and default video configs should work.


PS: Indeed, this game rocks!
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#4
It's GPU demanding. You can set skipdraw to 10 to make it significantly lighter on your graphics card but you will lose the distance blur effect
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#5
(08-22-2014, 04:32 PM)Bositman Wrote: It's GPU demanding. You can set skipdraw to 10 to make it significantly lighter on your graphics card but you will lose the distance blur effect

The OP's graphics card is a fair bit weaker than the intel hd 3000 igpu's, so it probably won't help that much.
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#6
maybe try it on software mode, that may prove to be the better option
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#7
Thank Ya people Tongue

I will be trying out this soon enough :3

In the meantime, I definitely welcome more suggestions :3
So keep em coming Laugh
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#8
post the CPU specs for your CPU from the pcsx2 log?
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#9
(08-22-2014, 05:13 PM)Saiki Wrote: post the CPU specs for your CPU from the pcsx2 log?

I haven't yet started downloading the emulator and stuffs
Internet is really being laggy atm, but will do so once I get time and get to do it

and @phstrokes
Kay, can you tell meh How much Framerates did you get and if the emulation was riddled with bugs or stuffs ?
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(08-22-2014, 05:55 PM)Maxman Wrote: I haven't yet started downloading the emulator and stuffs
Internet is really being laggy atm, but will do so once I get time and get to do it

emu is only 10mb, takes 25/30 mins on dialup.. and unless you have dialup.. it would be done 3 minutes, at worst
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