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Urban Chaos Riot Response slow mo
#1
Hello.
So i'm kinda new to this emulation thing and i have been having problems with this game, every time i launch the game it is slow mo for me. 
I have tried playing with the speedhack, rendering, nothing just seems to help. 
Any ideas?

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#2
PC specs?
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#3
CPU i7 4790k 4 ghz
GPU GTX 760 4GB
RAM 16 gb ram
#4
This game is a nightmare to emulate, even with a very powerful PC it runs as sub-20fps. Not much you can do for now.
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#5
Man if even the 4790K lags with it then it's definitely a hopeless game lol. Can't get much better than that.
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#6
Do you know why it is slow?
#7
It uses an insane amount of post processing effects, OpenGL does a better job than DX but it's still not perfect.
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#8
So then maybe skipdraw helps?
Or the i7 might be better of using sw rendering?
#9
Skipdraw doesn't help unfortunately Sad

SW Rendering is a little better I think, but still slow.
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(12-28-2015, 01:56 AM)willkuer Wrote: So then maybe skipdraw helps?
Or the i7 might be better of using sw rendering?

Hey I decided to experiment a bit with this game and I managed to get it to run at about 80% speed on my 3570k. If you go into the emulation settings and setting the EE cycle rate to 1 (130%) and the VU cycle stealing to max you can get it to a somewhat playable state. Hopefully since you have a much beefier processor it will increase the speed even higher.




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