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Radiata Stories graphics help!!!
#1
Hello guys. just want to ask whats the best GS for radiata stories. i'm currently using pcsx2 1.2.1

these are the specs of my computer

processor: AMD A4-5300 APU with™ HD Graphics (2CPus), ~3.40GHz
Installed memory: 4.00 (3.20 GB usable)
System type: 64-bit operating system


can someone send me of a picture of the correct emulation settings? also the plugin settings Sad
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#2
Okay, I'll try and help you here.

For Plugins, go to Config -> Plugin/Bios Selector

For GS make sure it's GSdx32-SSE4-R5875, if you're using 1.2.1 it'll be named just that.

Next, go to Config -> Video (GS) -> Plugin Settings; Change Renderer to Direct3D 11/10 (Hardware), Tick the Native Box next to Original PS2 Resolution, Enable Shade Boost, FXAA or FX Shader if you want. Leave Texture Filtering to a Box Check (Blue box), Allow 8-bit Textures should be off, same with HW Hacks and Anisotropic Filtering. In the Software Mode Settings set Extra Rendering Threads to 1 and Enable Edge Anti-aliasing if you desire.

Finally go to Config -> Emulation Settings -> Speedhacks tab; Enable Speed Hacks if it's not already, make sure EE Cyclerate is left at 1 (most left), make sure VU Cyclestealing is left at 0 (most left). Enable INTC Spin Detection, Enable Wait Loop Detection and Enable mVU Flag Hack. Do not enable MTVU.
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#3
but, it's probably best to check whether MTVU slows down the game (or) not. sometimes, MTVU even benefits some dual core processors.
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#4
Thanks for that SSakash, I didn't know if it would be worth it or not.
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#5
(03-01-2015, 06:52 AM)Bigbenn01 Wrote: Thanks for the SSakash, I didn't know if it would be worth it or not.
No prob, you already suggested the best options to the OP. just thought, I should notice him about the MTVU hack. so that, the OP might get some little speedup using it.
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#6
Using my Core2Duo I saw a speedup for FFXII using mtvu. I am not completely sure how that works... but whatever
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(03-01-2015, 06:44 AM)Bigbenn01 Wrote: Okay, I'll try and help you here.

For Plugins, go to Config -> Plugin/Bios Selector

For GS make sure it's GSdx32-SSE4-R5875, if you're using 1.2.1 it'll be named just that.

Next, go to Config -> Video (GS) -> Plugin Settings; Change Renderer to Direct3D 11/10 (Hardware), Tick the Native Box next to Original PS2 Resolution, Enable Shade Boost, FXAA or FX Shader if you want. Leave Texture Filtering to a Box Check (Blue box), Allow 8-bit Textures should be off, same with HW Hacks and Anisotropic Filtering. In the Software Mode Settings set Extra Rendering Threads to 1 and Enable Edge Anti-aliasing if you desire.

Finally go to Config -> Emulation Settings -> Speedhacks tab; Enable Speed Hacks if it's not already, make sure EE Cyclerate is left at 1 (most left), make sure VU Cyclestealing is left at 0 (most left). Enable INTC Spin Detection, Enable Wait Loop Detection and Enable mVU Flag Hack. Do not enable MTVU.

its still too slow .__.)
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#8
What do the ee% & gs % display when it's slow ?
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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#9
Agreed with Jesalvein, the EE and GS%'s will help us diagnose the issue. The percentages are found when you're not playing in fullscreen mode, they'll be in the Bar. [Image: FCob.png]
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(03-01-2015, 04:31 PM)jesalvein Wrote: What do the ee% & gs % display when it's slow ?

this are the screen shots of my settings and the when i play.

also this


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