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Major Slowdowns with a gtx 460
#1
Hi guys,

When I am playing 'rogue galaxy' with an internal solution of
1024 X 1024 everything runs quite fluently.

But when I change the resolution to 1536 X 1536 or above it gets
slowed down.

I really wonder why ?


My specs are :

Amd 7550 Dual Core 2 X 2,5 Ghz
2 GB Ram
Geforce GTX 460



Whats the bottleneck here ?
I mean, I do like do raise my resolution to 2048 , because the
videoscenes and the ingame graphics look much, much smoother
and sharper, but for now it seems not possible.

For me it seems like my CPU is just too weak, but i alway thought the
graphics and resolution is handled by the graphic card ?
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#2
well, your CPU may be a bit slow for this game.
but you're right. Your GPu is responsible of your slowdowns as long as you put gsdx internal res too high.
playing this game smoothly with solething else than the native res means you already have a good PC. Don't ask him to do too much things Tongue2
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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#3
Hmm okay , maybe you are right.

I just wondered, because PCSX shows "GS : 46 %" . Until now i thought "GS" represents the
percantage of the gpu load and that is by far not loaded to its max .

What then stands the "GS : 46 %" for ?

Thanks and Greetings, Sephiroth
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#4
(09-13-2010, 01:14 PM)Sephirothxxl Wrote: Hmm okay , maybe you are right.

I just wondered, because PCSX shows "GS : 46 %" . Until now i thought "GS" represents the
percantage of the gpu load and that is by far not loaded to its max .

What then stands the "GS : 46 %" for ?

Thanks and Greetings, Sephiroth

Correct. Since the GS load is NOT 99%-100% it means that the speed bottleneck is not the graphics card since it still has a 55% until it becomes one. You'll see that EE will constantly be at 99-100%, meaning your CPU is getting maxed out emulating the EE.
A few games add additional EE load when you increase the internal resolution (usually this is not the case, but it happens) and this should be one of them
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