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#1
Hey guys.

So I just have a little question really, PCSX2 works fine for me and all that, but whenever I try to use a 3x native resolution, the game starts slowing down. But it works just fine on 2x native. So I'm guessing my VGA card is the problem right ? Anyway, I'm not really a pro in this so I'd like to know from you guys if it's my VGA card or not, thanks.

CPU : Intel Core i7 3770 3.40GHz Ivy Bridge
GPU : GeForce GT 620 1GB DDR3
RAM : 8 GB
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#2
Definitely GPU is the one that giving you grief.
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#3
yup, she is right that GPU sucks with a CPU like that.
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#4
I think yours is an HDMI card.
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#5
Well that sucks >_> Thanks for the answers, is the CPU atleast any good ?
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#6
(10-30-2012, 06:24 PM)PhantaZm- Wrote: Well that sucks >_> Thanks for the answers, is the CPU atleast any good ?
The card is not bad, it's just that the CPU is way too good for it.
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(10-30-2012, 07:36 PM)VIRGIN KLM Wrote: The card is not bad, it's just that the CPU is way too good for it.

I Disagree, the card is pretty terrible ;p
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#8
That GPU just don't deserve to be paired with such CPU.

At least it should work well if you're the one who goes for speed over quality.
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#9
ticking the native checkbox or using 2x scaling is as good as using 3x scaling

btw the same thing happens to me when i use 3x scaling
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#10
your GPU is bottlenecking your CPU, simple why can't a few fellow member of PCSX2 forums understand this?

indeed, i recommend trying to play with the original Graphics comes with the CPU the Intel HD 4000 or something, i think that will be much better.
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