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KH2 FM Lag/FPS drops during blackscreen/scene change
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Kingdom Hearts 2 Final Mix (ISO) runs smoothly at a steady 60fps at all times during the game, except for when the screen goes black and theres a cutscene incoming, then it just kinda goes up and down.

You can hear that the game is dropping frames (i think?) and directly after it kinda speeds up. Hard to explain Wacko

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Theres no speedhacks enabled.
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Any non defult settings you use?
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#3
Does this also happen if you play below 6xnative? For example 1xnative?
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(04-05-2014, 04:12 PM)Brock lessner Wrote: Any non defult settings you use?

No, not any other from the ones i showed.

(04-05-2014, 04:28 PM)willkuer Wrote: Does this also happen if you play below 6xnative? For example 1xnative?

I tried 2x and its still the same. When i start up the game with "resume" (I have the Swedish version) the game starts at 20fps and then turns up to 60 after about 2seconds. Thats whats happening after or before a cutscene.
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#5
are you playing from a disc or ISO.
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(04-05-2014, 06:22 PM)Nobbs66 Wrote: are you playing from a disc or ISO.

ISO Smile
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#7
That sounds like the game is loading content fron the ISO, right? This kind of things happen to me when a sound effect loads for the same time, or a level, etc.
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#8
Are you playing from an external drive by chance?
Older USB drives tend to be solwer and can cause problems in games that load a lot of data.
Same goes for NTFS compression, make sure your ISO is not compressed (blue filename in windows)
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