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Low FPS,GPU usage,CPU usage,RAM usage - High End PC
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System specs:
CPU: AMD FX-8320E@4.2GHz
RAM: Kingston 10GB 1333MHz DDR3
GPUWackopphire Nitro R9 380 4GB@1010MHz

So i get low FPS in very few games,but it's still annoying.
Samurai Western - Slight dips during cutscences,nothing serious,playable.
BLACK - dips to the lower 30's most of the time.

Common to all these games:
When the FPS dips happens,The GPU usage+CPU usage+RAM usage is low,and GPU is barely exceeded to it's half speed,
in BLACK the usage in cores #2 an #3 is the highest of all,and barely exceeds the 50% usage of the core while all the cores operating in full speed...


I will let the pics talk...
   
   

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#2
Black is extremely demanding and your CPU won't cut it. Try enabling we cycle rate speedhack to improve a bit. But don't expect miracles
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GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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Also, enable MTVU.
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#4
Out of curiosity, how do you figure you have a high end pc? Your CPU only has a single thread performance of 1358. They recommend at least 1600 for pcsx2
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#5
Doesn't mean it isn't high end.. It's considered such cause actual pc titles.
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(12-03-2016, 03:35 AM)rikimaruaxu Wrote: Doesn't mean it isn't high end.. It's considered such cause actual pc titles.

His processor won't run most modern games like Doom, Battlefield 1, etc...I guess someone's opinion on what's high-end can vary
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(12-03-2016, 03:35 AM)rikimaruaxu Wrote: Doesn't mean it isn't high end.. It's considered such cause actual pc titles.

High end for PC gaming (although in this case I would refute that claim, many cores != high end) and high end for emulation, that's two entirely different beasts. That said..

(12-03-2016, 03:32 AM)envisaged0ne Wrote: Your CPU only has a single thread performance of 1358.  They recommend at least 1600 for pcsx2

Considering his CPU is overclocked by 1Ghz, i expect the STP is much higher than 1358, the cpu passmark doesn't take that in to account.

However looking at the screenshot, the GPU is spiking to 100% load, so that is probably the bottleneck here. I would start by trying to use Native x2 or x3 instead of trying to force 1440p, also unticking "large framebuffer" and seeing if enabling "Allow 8bit textures" helps. Maybe as a further step try reducing/disabling the anisotropic filtering. MTVU might help as Blyss suggested.
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(12-03-2016, 03:43 AM)envisaged0ne Wrote: His processor won't run most modern games like Doom, Battlefield 1, etc...I guess someone's opinion on what's high-end can vary
I assume you have never seen an AMD CPU in reality...
Wrong,I own these two games.
Doom runs above 60 FPS 1080p MAXED OUT.
Battlefield 1 runs at a little above 60 FPS on HIGH 1080p
I also run games like MAFIA 3 on High and Assassin's Creed Unity MAXED OUT,both games with 45 FPS 1080p.
Witcher 3 50 FPS High preset,
and i run Rise of the Tomb Raider on High 60 FPS average 1080p...

and my GPU bottlenecks my CPU...
Since my GPU in these games is at 100% load all the time.
I also get 700cb in cinebench.


(12-03-2016, 04:02 AM)refraction Wrote: High end for PC gaming (although in this case I would refute that claim, many cores != high end) and high end for emulation, that's two entirely different beasts. That said..


Considering his CPU is overclocked by 1Ghz, i expect the STP is much higher than 1358, the cpu passmark doesn't take that in to account.

However looking at the screenshot, the GPU is spiking to 100% load, so that is probably the bottleneck here. I would start by trying to use Native x2 or x3 instead of trying to force 1440p, also unticking "large framebuffer" and seeing if enabling "Allow 8bit textures" helps.  Maybe as a further step try reducing/disabling the anisotropic filtering. MTVU might help as Blyss suggested.
I assume you didn't look at the GPU's speed (frequency),
Max GPU speed = 1010MHz
Max GPU speed in BLACK = 700Mhz with load of 12%.
The lower the frequency the higher the GPU load in BLACK

In the pic below you will see the GPU at 868MHz and 26% load...

I did what you suggested,and it's even worse (have a look at the GPU load graph):
   
   
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#9
what do the ee% & GS% say when you get slowdowns in black ?
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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#10
I didn't say use Native, but your speed improved though right? Tongue

Can you show us the rest of your emulator settings tabs please? so we can get a good look at everything involved. It does look like you have space for more performance.

Just to rule things out, can you change GSDX to DX11 Software mode, then change Rendering Threads at the bottom to 4 or 5 and see what sort of speed you get, if that is quicker it is a driver/GPU/GS Plugin speed limitation.

Also you haven't said what version of PCSX2 you are using.
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