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#11
if the issue persists, please post the ee%, gs% & VU% when it's slow
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#12
(12-28-2016, 10:47 PM)Nobbs66 Wrote: It seems you're not using any speed hacks. Try enabling MTVU and the EE cycelrate hack(Move it to the left) under config>emulation settings>speedhacks

His cpu is i3 6300 which is dual core cpu(according to the hack,you need at least cpu with 3 cores)

I would bet to the gpu...it's weak and the cpu struggles because of it.

But there is something interesting I saw on his thread...he tried OGL on Intel GPU and get a game to work.

On my HD 4600 it's almost instant crash if I try OGL...is something fixed/done that I don't know about?
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#13
Yes, but hyperthreading can help with mtvu
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#14
Was the Skylake hyperthreading issue fixes? If not, it might be the problem here.
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#15
(12-28-2016, 10:47 PM)Nobbs66 Wrote: It seems you're not using any speed hacks. Try enabling MTVU and the EE cycelrate hack(Move it to the left) under config>emulation settings>speedhacks

(12-28-2016, 11:16 PM)jesalvein Wrote: if the issue persists, please post the ee%, gs% & VU% when it's slow

OK, did a second test with this setup:
 PCSX2 Burnout 3 (640x480 Window, Native, Windows 7 64-bit) Skylake i3-6300, HD 530 graphics

In-game performance was 60-70% speed average, EE 93-100%(city), 85-90%(offroad), GS 70-80% constant.

With EE cyclerate hack:
-2 cyclerate added 5% speed boost
-1, +1 cyclerate no change, basically the same
+2 cyclerate loss of 5% speed

MTVU speedhack enabled:
-5% performance loss approximate. This actually made the game run slower.


I posted on another forum and the big problem is my RAM is 1600Mhz speed, which cause the CPU to bottleneck because of the memory bandwidth shared with the iGPU. If I can increase the DDR4 speed to 2400Mhz, will the performance problems go away?
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#16
Honestly, you're probably best off getting a new graphics card.
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#17
I have a GTX 660, a GT 730, and an R7 250. I can run Burnout 3 on the 660 at 2X resolution, max speed, MSAA x8 (1600x900 window). But with a good iGPU, I can build a tiny PC for emulation that is small as a laptop and fits in my hand! It looks like this:

https://www.pcper.com/files/imagecache/a...C_0194.jpg

That's why I am interested in the HD 530. For the size.
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#18
FYI it would make more sense and look better to do 3 or 4x with 4x MSAA.
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(12-29-2016, 06:45 AM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: FYI it would make more sense and look better to do 3 or 4x with 4x MSAA.

Thanks!
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