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Official SPU2-X Thank you thread
#1
Post here all your thanks for jake's Spu2-X plugins please, and leave the pinned topic for reports and such Smile
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#2
I'm dying to have this plugin ;p Already snapshot 528 fixed fps problem for me, I hope it'll do good as well with spu2-x and if it will then byebye real world, welcome FFX Laugh
CPU: Amd Phenom 9550+ [Quad Core, 64bit]
RAM: 2x2 GB OCZ 800
GFX: ATI Radeon HD 4670 [DX10.1]
Mainboard: Gigabyta GA-MA790X
OS: Windows 7 Home Edition 32bit
DX10
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#3
Great plugin, many sound problem with some games have been fixed Smile
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#4
with reverb working, it add great atmoshpere to Resident Evil Code: Veronica I'm playing,thank you!
PC spec:
CPU:e5200 OC to 4G
GPU:NVIDIA 9600GT
MEMORY:2G 333 ddr2
Sound Card:Creative Audigy 1

WinXP SP3
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#5
(02-19-2009, 11:03 AM)beenn Wrote: with reverb working, it add great atmoshpere to Resident Evil Code: Veronica I'm playing,thank you!

Thanks for your good work, please keep it up!

I'm totally in love with the new SPU2-X!

Thanks!
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#6
Do people already have this plugin or is it just me? People are talking like they they've already downloaded it....
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#7
They are compiling it from the svn.
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#8
Sounds complicated....I'll just wait for them to release the beta...which is supposedly gonna be soon. Unless it's not hard to compile....?
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#9
(02-20-2009, 03:40 AM)nintendo85 Wrote: Sounds complicated....I'll just wait for them to release the beta...which is supposedly gonna be soon. Unless it's not hard to compile....?

It's easy though:

http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-2373-page...ht=compile

Just a lil search in the forum.
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#10
(02-20-2009, 03:42 AM)yunsabit Wrote:
(02-20-2009, 03:40 AM)nintendo85 Wrote: Sounds complicated....I'll just wait for them to release the beta...which is supposedly gonna be soon. Unless it's not hard to compile....?

It's easy though:

http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-2373-page...ht=compile

Just a lil search in the forum.

And the SPU-X is in the SVN build once I compile it? Oh, and why is Visual Studio 2008
3.8GBs and takes several hours to download? Any alternative places to get it faster?
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