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PCSX2 Persona 4 Battle Lag
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hey guys i have some lag on Battle with enemies but the most LAG is when you fight a BOSS if i normaly battle shadows FPS is around 55-40 but if i fight Boss like Shadow Yukiko FPS is around 35-25 can someone help me with this?? i have Windows 7 2.40 GHz Intel core I3 VGA: ATI Mobility Radeon 5470 HD and i have PCSX2 1.0 r5350 i don't use Speedhacks and i already use native Resolution and if i play Kingdom Hearts II and Harvest Moon A Wonderful live its perfectly run Smooth at 60-55 FPS

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so any suggest?
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(12-17-2012, 10:19 AM)Izanagi No Okami Wrote: hey guys i have some lag on Battle with enemies but the most LAG is when you fight a BOSS if i normaly battle shadows FPS is around 55-40 but if i fight Boss like Shadow Yukiko FPS is around 35-25 can someone help me with this?? i have Windows 7 2.40 GHz Intel core I3 VGA: ATI Mobility Radeon 5470 HD and i have PCSX2 1.0 r5350 i don't use Speedhacks and i already use native Resolution and if i play Kingdom Hearts II and Harvest Moon A Wonderful live its perfectly run Smooth at 60-55 FPS

and for Plugins i use








so any suggest?

Maybe just a little speedhack may help enough to allow full speed all the time.

As rule of thumb, EE cyclerate is more helpful if EE usage nears 100% while VU cycle stealing helps on intensives graphics and physics effects (which are actually pushed on the CPU instead being a task for the GPU alone).

PS: From the console view point, 55 FPS is already a considerable slowdown which can affect timings and cause sound issues more than a moderate speedhack would do (in some games the speedhacks may be poison but for most games it stabilizes the FPS and enhances the timings... well, all depending on the game).
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Unfortunately, speedhacks are a no-no. Using them during battles causes a timing error of some sort; everything slows to a crawl.
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