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Is there a 64bit pcsx2
#1
where can i download it ? because it would run much much faster than any 32bit pcsx2
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#2
No, it doesn't exist.

Please search the forums before posting. There are many threads about this. Smile

http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-PCSX2-x64
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#3
Quote:because it would run much much faster than any 32bit pcsx2
how ?
Please try not to post useless things.
we don't need this here.
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#4
pfft, you dont even know how pscx works
64bit would provide a speed increase (somewhat)
but itd take FOREVER, to convert the asm to 64bit instead of the 32bit recompilation instructions Q_Q
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#5
(11-21-2011, 01:26 AM)aaa801 Wrote: pfft, you dont even know how pscx works
64bit would provide a speed increase (somewhat)
but itd take FOREVER, to convert the asm to 64bit instead of the 32bit recompilation instructions Q_Q

do it qqq
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#6
There was a 64bit build of 0.9.4 but they took it down cuz it was slower.

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#7
I can understand why, because if they put in thousands of hours now between lots of people they probably could easily get some speed boosts now thanks to leveraging larger instructions or something, but if they ended up doing those hundreds or thousands of hours of coding over the course of a few years, then it'll become meaningless again as the raw speed of processing will continue to increase.

So it could be just a dead loss of time, probably better spent elsewhere. Considering though I believed that PCSX2 would never be more than 2 threads being able to pop out a third one, MTVU, is pretty impressive. I think that made much more sense to do than doing a rewrite for 64bit then debugging it again. MTVU at least is following the technological trend of multi core processing.
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