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Newer games?
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First I just wanted to say how much I love PCSX2 v0.9.6 and how awesome it is playing Final Fantasy X in 1080P!

I wanted to know if newer games like MLB The Show 09 work under PCSX? I checked the compatibility list but didn't see it. Thanks guys.
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Best is try it by your self if you have that game, dude and if that game have some bugs then you can report those in the forum.
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yea that's why the bug report forum exists. Tongue
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(03-31-2009, 11:29 AM)irishsj Wrote: First I just wanted to say how much I love PCSX2 v0.9.6 and how awesome it is playing Final Fantasy X in 1080P!

I wanted to know if newer games like MLB The Show 09 work under PCSX? I checked the compatibility list but didn't see it. Thanks guys.

What are your resolution settings for playing in 1080p? My buddy has a real nice HDTV that I want to try playing some PCSX2 on.
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1080p is 1920x1080.

try setting it to 4096x4096, If it runs smoothe play with that.
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(03-31-2009, 09:14 PM)yunsabit Wrote: 1080p is 1920x1080.

try setting it to 4096x4096, If it runs smoothe play with that.

Why would you set to a higher internal res than what your display can handle?
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It's internal filtering for textures. You will see a difference up to a point above your output resolution, like I can see a big difference between 1280x1280 (Bigger than output window) and 1920x1920 or 2560x2560. But above that, I can't see any differences.
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(03-31-2009, 09:25 PM)Cody900 Wrote: It's internal filtering for textures. You will see a difference up to a point above your output resolution, like I can see a big difference between 1280x1280 (Bigger than output window) and 1920x1920 or 2560x2560. But above that, I can't see any differences.

Ah, ok. So textures WILL look sharper? What about jagged edges with GSDx?
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(03-31-2009, 09:09 PM)KrazyTrumpeter05 Wrote: What are your resolution settings for playing in 1080p? My buddy has a real nice HDTV that I want to try playing some PCSX2 on.

Yeah I have dual DVI to HDMI out one to my little 22" monitor and one to my 46" Samsung 850 120hz 1080P. I have a Q9550, 4870 X2 and plenty of ram, 10k RPM HDD blah blah blah so PCSX2 looks amazing in 1080.
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