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Is the pcsx 2 1.0.0 faster than 1.1.0?
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Is the pcsx 2 1.0.0 faster than 1.1.0? So i want to know that
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depends. since 1.1.0 isn't out, so yes.
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#3
Then some games will play faster on 1.0.0
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#4
maybe.
we'll know it when 1.1.0 is out
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#5
Actually Jesalvein 1.1.0 is out even though it's a SVN Smile it does say here 1.1.0 r55xx
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means there are MANY "1.1.0", then Tongue2
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#7
Even #=stable, odd=beta so 1.1 will never get "released". 1.0 was PGO'd so it should be a little faster than a non-profiled SVN.
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#8
The eternal fight between accuracy vs performance. Accuracy brings more compatibility and better emulation but it has a price, of course. So, is possible to older emulator's versions to run faster with some few games, to run buggy with other or don't run at all.
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Except for MTVU, there is little-to-no speed change from the day of 0.9.6, at least I do not notice it. The devs say they optimize PCSX2 but the largest changes I see is compatibility improvement. I remember Half-Life is quite broken in 0.9.6. Tongue
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(03-18-2013, 01:10 PM)Livy Wrote: Except for MTVU, there is little-to-no speed change from the day of 0.9.6, at least I do not notice it. The devs say they optimize PCSX2 but the largest changes I see is compatibility improvement. I remember Half-Life is quite broken in 0.9.6. Tongue

That's because the improvements come for both, besides the hardware itself came a long road from 0.96 also Smile

This is good because the equilibrium is kept, no significant loss of relative performance with the accuracy/compatibility improvements.

PS: that's a dynamic equilibrium, certain games may see performance improvement where another might have a hit... and the picture is always changing.
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