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Screen Lag
#1
I've saw play Call of Duty 3 was screen really lag like buildings and vechicles
Any ideals?

Emulation Settings
Preset: 6 (Mostly Harmful)

Graphics Settings

Adapter: nVIDIA GeForce 610M
Renderer: Direct3D 11 (Hardware)
Interlacing: None

HM Settings
Allow 8-bit Textures: ON
Internal Resolution: Native
TF: Bilinear (PS2)
AF: OFF
CRC HL: Full (Safest)
HW Hacks: ON
Skipdraw:1
Alpha: ON
Alpha Sencil: ON

Shader Config: Anything OFF

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My Spec
CPU: Intel Core i5-2450M (2.50Ghz)
RAM: 2 GB LP-DDR3 (1.8 GB usable)
GPU: nVIDIA GeForce 610M (1 GB)
HDD: Western Digital 500 GB 2.5 inch
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#2
Probably nothing you can do short of using your PS2 or getting a new PC.
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#3
Great now what?
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#4
Use your PS2.
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#5
ok ok fine
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#6
2 things about news
Bad news is use D3D11 (HW) was screen lag
Good news is use D3D11 (SW) was really no lag at all
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#7
your GPU is probably bottlenecking you in hardware mode.
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#8
(02-11-2016, 07:59 AM)ssakash Wrote: your GPU is probably bottlenecking you in hardware mode.

Likely to be the game. CoD3 lagged for me in hardware mode too and I'm pretty sure a gtx970 isn't a bottleneck. I haven't given it a try in a long while though. So maybe I should test it to confirm. (the game was unstable either way when I last tried, would just crash a lot)
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#9
that game doesnt play well with hardware mode, youll have to stick with software mode for now Smile
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#10
I've change to Software Mode
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