08-30-2010, 09:44 PM
(This post was last modified: 08-30-2010, 09:52 PM by baholete.)
I'll try to make it as short as possible.
My pc: E8400 not oc'ed / gts 250 (rest are not important i guess)
Question: How do i config the emulator to run Tekken 5 at full speed without overclocking the processor?
Thank you in advance for your answer(s)!
Edit: forgot to say, i get 40-41 fps right now, with default settings. And the video plugin is: GSdx-SSE4-r3623
Edit2: using Windows 7 64bit
what's the speed of your cpu ?
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
08-30-2010, 10:11 PM
(This post was last modified: 08-30-2010, 10:13 PM by baholete.)
Default 3 Ghz. I did some changes to emu settings (searched on google/youtube a little) and i got a few fps boost in performance. The game now runs at about 47fps. Do you suppose with a small oc, something like 3.66ghz, i would get it to 60fps? Or at least at 50+? Even at 47 is enjoyable and playable, but i would like to run it at max if it's possible.
And another problem. First fight runs fine, second moves the camera somewhere in the ground and i can't see anything what's happening. Solution? :|
Just a note, a 20% overclock isn't normally considered a "small" overclock and if you don't have the proper cooling for it, it could cause problems heat wise.
That said, Tekken 5 is one of many PS2 games that are just really slow... while you'll definitely see a noticable improvement at 3.5ghz+ I don't think it alone would be enough to push it to 60fps. Over 50 definitely though.
Tuniq Tower 120 with the vent changed, a silent one. Using a sh1ty thermo conductor paste atm though. Temperature goes top 62 degrees in Prime95, usually idles at 60 degrees (in full load). At 3.66Ghz i guess temp will increase with about 4-5 degrees. But i won't do it until i get a good paste in the next days. I was just asking out of curiosity if oc will increase performance.
Yeah it will and a lot. Actually you'll get the exact performance increase to the clock increase you do. So 20% higher clocks = 20% more FPS
Interesting, thank you for your answer. Guess i'll go tomorrow and buy a GOOD thermal grease and try it out. I'll come back with results.
You probably messed with the EE/VU clamp modes, set them back to normal.