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Tekken 5 Walls
#1
Hello there I have this problem(Slowdown) on tekken ingame in wall stages everytime a wall (or an object for that matter) becomes transparent it slows the game down by ~10 fps I mean theyre making the wall Dissapear how can that slow the game down?? If there is any config,Plugin etc that could negate the Fps drop plz let me know thnx
I5 430M HD5730M 4GB DDR3 1066Mhz.
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#2
Don't use VU Cycle Speedhack! This is a huge breakdown for Tekken 5!
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RAM : KINGSTON HYPERX 2GB DDR2 667MHz
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HDD : 160GB
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#3
Well i cant play it full speed so i have to ;/
But i recall the bug NOT being there about a month ago or so
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#4
Were you still using the same revision a month ago?
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#5
Hmm no i think i was using 0.9.7 ? Anyways there are comments that the 0.9.8 Vu stealling is less effective anyways the awnser is YES.
EDIT: I would really like if some 1 would give me a link to download 0.9.7 it would really help.
EDIT:Yes 0.9.7 is actually better the fps doesnt drop like ever And near walls it feels a bit unnatural Motion but thats actually ok so the R3878 is better for Vu stealling cheers
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#6
(07-03-2011, 10:38 AM)kestasme Wrote: EDIT:Yes 0.9.7 is actually better the fps doesnt drop like ever And near walls it feels a bit unnatural Motion but thats actually ok so the R3878 is better for Vu stealling cheers

That's what you think buddy! Huh

I can tell that on my old PC, the Pcsx2 0.9.6 gave even more speed than 0.9.7 or 0.9.8 or even 0.9.9!
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CPU : Intel Core 2 Duo E5800 @3.9 GHz
GPU : Gainward GeForce 430 GT 1GB DDR3 900/1800/920
PSU : ATHENA POWER AP-AT30 300W
RAM : KINGSTON HYPERX 2GB DDR2 667MHz
MOBO : ASUS P5GC-MX/1333
HDD : 160GB
OS : Windows 7 Build 7601 32-bit
My YouTube :
http://www.youtube.com/DualCoreGamer1911
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#7
Well in my opinion every version has Compability% so the earlier the version the less compability=More speed maybe? Huh
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#8
It depends, that is the general rule though. There could be compatibility increases with no speed hit but usually there is. That said, it does not mean that every new revision is the same speed or slower than the old ones, since there are the casual speed ups as well.
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