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SSSE3 and SSE4.1 Not Detected (But supported by CPU)
#1
Hi there,

I'm having an issue where PCSX2 doesn't detect "SSSE3" (it does detect SSE3 though...) and SSE4.1, but my processor supports it. I have attached a screenshot, my operating system is Windows 7 RC1 (Build 7057) if that matters at all. Any idea if there's a way to fix this?

Thanks,
Somestranger26


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#2
No. Your CPU doesn't support these.

SSE3 is NOT SSSE3 (Notice the 3 S) and SSE4.1 is not SSE4A.

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#3
SSSE3 is not SSE3
SSE4A is not SSE4.1

They are completely different instruction sets.

*edit* Damn, beat me to it.
#4
I'm so slow.
#5
It's not an "issue," per se; it just means that you're stuck using the SSE2 version of GSdx, that's all.
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#6
My dear, AMD does not have SSSE3 it has SSE3
and it also does not have SSE4.1 it has SSE4A

I also have an AMD cpu Sad
#7
Phenom has different instruction sets then intel. So SSE3 and SSE4A are not SSSE3 and SSE4.1. They are not even the same annotations.
#8
I did notice the third S and thought it was strange... never heard of SSSE. Guess I'm stuck with the SSE2 version of GSdx then :/.
#9
I can see that ur CPU is AMD...
SSSE3 and SSE4.1 is supported by Intel CPU only..
Which mean we can only use sse2
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#10
Nice how everyone managed to post the same answer again and again. Even when he stated that he had understand it.
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