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VM (Virutal Machine Version)?
#1
Does anyone know where this one is? I have been looking for it. Apprently it is a lot faster. My specs are quite good fx 6300 stock and a 7950
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#2
Are you referring to the VM build? The last one of that was 0.9.4 i think...
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#3
that was last used in 0.9.5 I believe. But it is not longer used, and has been replaced.

Also, pcsx2 has improved a great deal since then and it is much faster on its own
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#4
So what do you guys suggest for better performance in Ratchet and Clank. I get a constant 60 fps but not with the software mod that makes things look ok. Also in certain spots it still it laggy even though it's at 60 fps.

I was told to come back in a couple of years and here I am now!
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#5
Just use the latest release or svn version. The game still isnt amazingly quick but it playable
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#6
yes, it isn't perfect, but you'll have to make due
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(05-13-2013, 10:35 PM)refraction Wrote: Just use the latest release or svn version. The game still isnt amazingly quick but it playable

Is there a way to get software mod (f9) stable it kills my performance and I have a pretty decent pc.
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#8
software threads perhaps?
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#9
You can try finding the best combination of GSdx extra rendering threads and the MTVU speedhack in PCSX2 (on or off).
With a 4 core CPU I'd start with MTVU enabled and 3 extra rendering threads.
(Yes, I know this is more threads than there are cores to handle them but not every thread needs 100% of a core's cycles.)
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(05-14-2013, 09:46 AM)rama Wrote: You can try finding the best combination of GSdx extra rendering threads and the MTVU speedhack in PCSX2 (on or off).
With a 4 core CPU I'd start with MTVU enabled and 3 extra rendering threads.
(Yes, I know this is more threads than there are cores to handle them but not every thread needs 100% of a core's cycles.)

I'm rather new to this would you mind explaining this to me in more detail please. I have a 6 core cpu.
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