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Low FPS on Windows 10
#1
So, I recently upgraded my OS from Windows 8.1 Pro to Windows 10 Pro. Now every time I try to play any game on PCSX2 it gets extremely choppy. I can't barely stay at 40fps in hardware mode and Software mode is even worse.

Just before upgrading everything was peachy, I was playing my games with no fps issues whatsoever. I tried to delete the emulator and I did a clean install, even so, the issue continues.

my specs:

Intel i7 4790K 4.0 GHz
GTX 970
8 GB DRR3 1600 MHz
Windows 10 Pro x64


This is not the only program to have this issue. A game I bought on Steam, Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2 is also suffering from this same issue.

I'm planning to do a clean Windows install, this is why I hate to upgrade, it always ends up messing up things.
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#2
try updating ur gpu http://www.geforce.com/drivers
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#3
It's already updated.

For future reference, I have everything updated to their latest releases, from BIOS, to GPU, OS and whatnot.
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#4
I seriously wonder why people were so eager to jump to Windows 10 when many emulators and their plugins are having so many issues.
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#5
PCSX2 under windows 10 is fine.
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#6
(08-23-2015, 01:18 AM)nintendo85 Wrote: I seriously wonder why people were so eager to jump to Windows 10 when many emulators and their plugins are having so many issues.

what issue, all my emulators work fine and all my games run fine under 10
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#7
While I had a Windows 10 partition up, I noticed a significant performance drop compared to that which I experienced with Windows 7 x64. As a sort of control, I could manage close to 60 FPS with Soul Calibur 2, some light AA and upscaling. On Windows 10 I was lucky to manage half of that with identical configuration. It didn't seem like Windows was over-saturating the CPU, either.

Only thing I could pin it on is graphics driver support. I hadn't done much else to benchmark my experience with native games while I had Windows 10 set up.

I tried PCSX2 v1.2.1 and some nightly build on Win10, but I was just using v1.2.1 on Win7 prior.
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I run Linux primarily anyway so the point is moot, I guess.
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#8
What are ee% gs% values during slowdowns?
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#9
(08-22-2015, 10:09 PM)Rance Wrote: my specs:

Intel i7 4790K 4.0 GHz
GTX 970
8 GB DRR3 1600 MHz
Windows 10 Pro x64


This is not the only program to have this issue. A game I bought on Steam, Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2 is also suffering from this same issue.

I'm planning to do a clean Windows install, this is why I hate to upgrade, it always ends up messing up things.

It's probably a hardware issue then, try monitoring your CPU temps and clockspeed using core temp and also have a look for weird background processes on task manager. Wink
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#10
i don't think it's because windows 10
coz am using it and everything work fine
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