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Low framerate
#1
I got the version of pcsx2 1.4.0. Started playing Sly 2 and in the beginning everything was fine, I had 50 fps (have the pal version of the game), but in the next act (the one in Paris) I begun to have 30 fps in the most crowded scenes and 50 fps in the scenarios with non moving elements on the screen. Got any suggestions?

Specs
Gpu: NVIDIA GTX960 2GB
CPU: AMD A10-5800K APU
RAM: 8GB
Motherboard: ASROCK FM2A75 PRO 4

Currently playing at deafult settings with 3x resolution and directx 11 (hardware). I already tried to lower the resolution but nothing changed
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#2
Use OpenGL instead of directx since you have a nice nvidia gpu.

Try to decrease the internal resolution and/or use the other presets in the GS to activate some hacks.

Are you sure your nvidia is selected in the video plugin? Your CPU also act like a gpu since it is an AMD APU, so maybe pcsx2 is selecting it by default instead of your geforce gtx960.
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#3
Your CPU has an STP (Single Threaded Performance) of 1461 according to passmark, which is slightly below the 1600 we recommend as a minimum to get smooth framerates in most games, Sly is quite a heavy game so that could very much be coming in to play here. If your CPU is overclockable, that may help you somewhat in clawing back some of the performance
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#4
I Tried to decrease the resolution and there has been a really slight improvement in the performances. I made sure the GPU was selected in the adapter of the plugin, while I activated the MTVU.
I didn't activate the hacks yet since I am a newbie, will do later
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(01-30-2016, 05:02 PM)refraction Wrote: Your CPU has an STP (Single Threaded Performance) of 1461 according to passmark, which is slightly below the 1600 we recommend as a minimum to get smooth framerates in most games, Sly is quite a heavy game so that could very much be coming in to play here.  If your CPU is overclockable, that may help you somewhat in clawing back some of the performance

I already overclocked it, that's why i don't understand
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#6
I even tried to run Sly 3 which I thought would be less tyring for my PC, but the result is the same, even with a clock pushed further than it should be
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#7
what are your GS, EE and VU values at the top of the window when it's running slow?
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(01-30-2016, 10:35 PM)refraction Wrote: what are your GS, EE and VU values at the top of the window when it's running slow?

Around EE: 40% GS: 65% VU:65% 
Speed is around 41% (23 fps more or less)
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could I see your gsdx settings please? Smile
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(01-30-2016, 11:12 PM)refraction Wrote: could I see your gsdx settings please? Smile

Sure


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