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Two games running very slow (solved)
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1st tested:
Mortal Kombat Deception: Premium Pack
SLUS_210.81
Game CRC = 0x8EE2CEFF

This is the 1st game I try to run here that is terribly slow.

Either using DW 11 Software or Hardware.

All others are OK, except this one.

The MK (1992) game in it was the one I tried.

Specs:
Core i7 4770
8 GB RAM
Windows 10 64-bit
Video card:
http://www.sapphiretech.com/productdetia...9&lang=por

2nd tested, also in the same conditions:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midway_Arcade_Treasures_2

The MK II game in it was the one I played.

Midway Arcade Treasures 2
Game CRC = 0xCA10C1C1
SLUS_209.97
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#2
http://buildbot.orphis.net/pcsx2/

download the latest 1.5.0 build the one at the top make sure you move your bios folder and any other stuff to the new build you downloaded and make sure to use openGL renderer in the video settings and dont change any of the emulation settings just go to speedhacks and enable MTVU hack and you should be good to go and also make sure your using 3x native resolution.
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(02-19-2017, 03:14 PM)mrchrismania Wrote: http://buildbot.orphis.net/pcsx2/

download the latest 1.5.0 build the one at the top make sure you move your bios folder and any other stuff to the new build you downloaded and make sure to use openGL renderer in the video settings and dont change any of the emulation settings just go to speedhacks and enable MTVU hack and you should be good to go and also make sure your using 3x native resolution.
It's better not to move "Any other stuff". Ideally only the BIOS and memory cards should be moved. Any other stuff can potentially cause new issues or carry over an issue from the old build.
OpenGL Is not recommended for AMD/Radeon GPU's due to performance and driver bug issues. Direct3D9 might help a bit as it's less advanced therefore could be faster. And 3x native resolution isn't the best resolution. That varies per system and game. In fact it's best to keep it to native until the issue has been resolved.
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(02-19-2017, 03:25 PM)FlatOut Wrote: It's better not to move "Any other stuff". Ideally only the BIOS and memory cards should be moved. Any other stuff can potentially cause new issues or carry over an issue from the old build.
OpenGL Is not recommended for AMD/Radeon GPU's due to performance and driver bug issues. Direct3D9 might help a bit as it's less advanced therefore could be faster. And 3x native resolution isn't the best resolution. That varies per system and game. In fact it's best to keep it to native until the issue has been resolved.

its an AMD problem then because people on the pcsx2 wiki say the games very playable and is light on performance yeah i know 3x isnt the best resolution.
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(02-19-2017, 03:14 PM)mrchrismania Wrote: http://buildbot.orphis.net/pcsx2/

download the latest 1.5.0 build the one at the top make sure you move your bios folder and any other stuff to the new build you downloaded and make sure to use openGL renderer in the video settings and dont change any of the emulation settings just go to speedhacks and enable MTVU hack and you should be good to go and also make sure your using 3x native resolution.
Both games are now running 100% OK.

No slowdowns. I used the last build from that link.

Thank you guys
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