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"Speed Up" Button
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Just got PCsx2, Working out some kinks, but im anxious to play, my only question is

Is there a "Speed Up" Button like in the Super nintendo Emulator and stuff? Im aware of the speed hack, but its not the same thing i believe. Thanks in advance
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You mean a button to take off the FPS limiter I presume. You can do that with Tab
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(05-02-2010, 09:33 PM)Bositman Wrote: You mean a button to take off the FPS limiter I presume. You can do that with Tab

No no, i mean like a button to speed up the game play, like skim through cutscenes and stuff really quick
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#4
We don't have any deliberate speed up function yet, but you can always disable the frame limiter (and hope your cpu is from Intel and clocks at 4Ghz+ Tongue2 ).
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#5
There is the Frame/VU skip which are a sort of what you look for, you can cycle between them and the frame limit/no limit with the "F4" key.

The problem with them is they don't work so good with many games.
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(05-02-2010, 10:05 PM)cody331 Wrote: No no, i mean like a button to speed up the game play, like skim through cutscenes and stuff really quick

Now wouldn't such a button come in handy... BiggrinBiggrin Sure would help a lot of people Tongue Always wanted to try pcsx2 on my old P4... ^^
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#7
Ur talkin about SNES9X speed up button right well I think its not possible for the moment unless U have an Intel I7 runnin at 4ghz or more its very possible with the F4 button I think since it will probably run it at more than 100FPS probably even 200 thats if U have an I7 Tongue2 and maybe a HD5990 for a graphics card well good luck with that
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