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Recent SVN --> abnormal speed?
(i hope this is the right forum)

i know the newest revision is r1949, but i'm still using pcsx2 r1736 (the one with the old look) because the recent revisions are somehow run a lot faster with abnormal speed. I got about 200% of speed when using recent revisions, while I have normal speed if using r1736. In recent revisions, I already tried to look for an option for frame limitting, but it isn't there.. I was trying to run Grandia III and Final Fantasy XII.

Anyone can explain why this is happening? And does anyone know how to help me out so i can get normal speed in recent builds? please excuse my english since it's not my native language..
Processor: Intel® Core™2 Duo E7400 @3.2 GHz
VGA: ATI Radeon HD 4670 1GB DDR3
OS: Windows Vista Ultimate SP1 32 bit

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Good. 1736 or 1888 is what you should be using. The current trunk svns are highly unstable. Do a search, check dev forums, blogs, or anything else. Sixth framelimiter bug report this week for a "bleeding edge" build people shouldn't even be trying to use.

Jake Stine (Air) - Programmer - PCSX2 Dev Team

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