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Slight disgaea slowdown...
#1
Sad 
Have a pretty crappy computer but happy I can play Disgaea atm, however everything seems to be okay, except for when i'm battling. The FPS slows down from a good 60 to around 45 and this happens when there's alot of sprites on the screen - it's pretty aggravating.

Anyone have any ideas on how I can fix this? It's only when there's alot of stuff on the screen in the middle of battle, other then that it's fine, it's more annoying then it sounds though Tongue2
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#2
It's probably due to your specs
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#3
Oh, do you reccomend I upgrade my GPU, or RAM, or processor speed?

My processor: Intel® Pentium® D CPU 3.40GHz (2 CPU's) 3.4GHz
Ram: 2GIG
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce FX 5700

I'm just using my bro's account to ask a question, those are my actual specs above - not the ones in the signature below. Thanks.
INTEL i5 3570k @ 3.40Ghz | RADEON HD 7870 | 8GB RAM | 1TB Seagate HDD
GZ-Z77X-D3H 1155 | Corsair 40OW | Hyper 212 Evo AMD | Casecom k5 7688 | 8X 30CM 1X 120CM
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#4
processor its more influential i think,but your video card guy its really very weak,to much old for work well in this emulator.
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#5
Probably in my interest to consider working on the GPU then. Do I need to find out which GPU socket I have on my motherboard to see which Graphics Cards I can put into my PC?

If that's so, how do I go about finding out which motherboard I have so I can find out which type of GPU socket I have?

Thanks, I don't know that much about computers, lol.

EDIT: Found out I have an AGP x8 GPU Slot, for anyone's interest.
INTEL i5 3570k @ 3.40Ghz | RADEON HD 7870 | 8GB RAM | 1TB Seagate HDD
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#6
Your not going to find a good graphics card for that pf
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#7
Socket 775 is very old. Modern PCIe video cards will work in that motherboard but a dual core CPU is going to restrict (bottleneck) the GPU. Even an older quad core is too slow for the newest video cards.
If is possible should be good you adquire a new Pc Build, dude.
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#8
The rig your brother is bulding will run almost anything.
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#9
would be nice he ask in a computer store for a build pc with a motherboard that work with the I5 processors Intel technology and a Hd Radeon 6000 series or above....this was a good example
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(06-21-2014, 08:46 AM)DESTRUIDOR Wrote: would be nice he ask in a computer store for a build pc with a motherboard that work with the I5 processors Intel technology and a Hd Radeon 6000 series or above....this was a good example

If I was gonna build a computer though I'd probably built it myself, it'd be a good skill to have, and it'd be cheaper at the same time Tongue2
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