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Since you told me my CPU is weak, i change to this, what do you think?
#1
well i changed my hp proobook with intel core i3 3110 m to an acer wich contains the following

inter core i5 3230M 2.60 GHz
Intel HD Graphic 4000 (1194 mb)
4 gb ddr 3 ram ( 2.58 usable )

so is this good enough to run most of ps2 games ?
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#2
(03-19-2014, 06:00 PM)maximalneraffee Wrote: well i changed my hp proobook with intel core i3 3110 m to an acer wich contains the following

inter core i5 3230M 2.60 GHz
Intel HD Graphic 4000 (1194 mb)
4 gb ddr 3 ram ( 2.58 usable )

so is this good enough to run most of ps2 games ?

Most? No. But better than before? Definitely.
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#3
It will be faster, but not ideal.
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#4
????????? what do you mean? thats an i5 processor, what do i need more to get full speed ?
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#5
A faster i5. that thing is at about 4000 in passmark. My i5 is at about 6200.
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(03-19-2014, 06:41 PM)Nobbs66 Wrote: A faster i5. that thing is at about 4000 in passmark. My i5 is at about 6200.

you mean the number that comes after i5 like mine is 3230M ?
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#7
Yes it does.
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#8
also u should get a desktop. laptops are not designed for emulation purposes. the mobile or laptop counterpart of a processor is weaker and slower than its desktop counterpart
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#9
Ideally you'd be on a desktop... Mobile devices, laptops/crapbooks included -- aren't ideal for PS2 emulation. IPC is nothing without the clockspeed to back it up.
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(03-19-2014, 06:37 PM)maximalneraffee Wrote: ????????? what do you mean? thats an i5 processor, what do i need more to get full speed ?

A desktop PC.
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