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Very low fps, maybe very slow machine?
#1
Hi to everyone, as I wrote in the subject i have very slow fps using pcsx2 on Ubuntu 10.04 64bit.
I'm currently using pcsx2 0.9.6 binaries, downloaded from the official site and 1.60 bios version.
I got 14fps, i played a bit with the configuration and i obtained 30-35 fps, i don't think the reason is a slow pc because of i don't have any problems emulating GC or Wii games with Dolphin (for example), but maybe i'm wrong, so here it is the pc specs:
- Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 @2.20Ghz (2 CPUs);
- RAM: 4GB Corsair XMS2;
- Nvidia GeForce 9400 GT 1GB DDR2;
Hope to have a piece of advice (even something like "what are you looking for? you have a slow pc Smile ).

P.S.: Sorry for my bad english, it's not my mothertongue.
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#2
Well one things sure youer processor IS slow so Overclock it or learn to Overclock it many guides are available on the internet.Also you need Dx10 to run at 40-50 Fps on most games
Intel E5700 @3.0Ghz,
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#3
The 9400 GT is a bit slow for PCSX2 as well. You might want to use native res (if not already). What game(s) are you trying?

Also, there is no question; Dolphin requires less than PCSX2.
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#4
No man i m playing games in pcsx2 in Pentium 4 3.6Ghz video nividia 7300 LE its playable speed 45 or 39 fps speed ^__^
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#5
(09-18-2010, 10:33 AM)Waseem Wrote: No man i m playing games in pcsx2 in Pentium 4 3.6Ghz video nividia 7300 LE its playable speed 45 or 39 fps speed ^__^

Yeah, Final Fantasy. Try some Metal Gear Solid 3 or Shadow of the Colossus.

Would be interesting what game Varro wants to play.

Intel 486 DX33 33Mhz
8MB EDO Ram
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Running MGS3 Snake Eater fully playable @ 0.05 fps
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#6
(09-18-2010, 11:01 AM)Cyphox Wrote:
(09-18-2010, 10:33 AM)Waseem Wrote: No man i m playing games in pcsx2 in Pentium 4 3.6Ghz video nividia 7300 LE its playable speed 45 or 39 fps speed ^__^

Yeah, Final Fantasy. Try some Metal Gear Solid 3 or Shadow of the Colossus.

Would be interesting what game Varro wants to play.

MGS3 is a very demanding game under any circumstances! If someone can run it full speed on a non-overclocked CPU, that's something I'd like to see.
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#7
naaah, okay, my examples were a bit extreme. i just wanted to say with my post that his pc might be "good" for final fantasy, but everything else.... and acutally he really plays final fantasy.

as i said before, we dont know what varro wants to play, so any "no, even i can play blablabla" is useless.
Intel 486 DX33 33Mhz
8MB EDO Ram
S3 Graphics Trio64V+
Windows 95
Running MGS3 Snake Eater fully playable @ 0.05 fps
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#8
@Rezard: thank you to solve my doubt about Dolphin.

I'm trying to play Tekken 4. If there is a less resource eater game, please give me its name. I would like to test it in order to determine if there is a configuration problem?
The thing that made me write this post was that every emulator i tried on Linux was faster than the same running on Windows, for pcsx2 i noticed the contrary (even if for only 5fps).
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#9
That's cuz its customized for Windows anyways Less-Demanding Games:
1)Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2
2)Final Fantasy X
3)Kingdom Hearts 1,2&Final Mix
4)King Of Fighters 2006
Intel E5700 @3.0Ghz,
Xfx Radeon 5670 1Gb,
4Gb DDR3 Ram,
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#10
I'll try one of this, very curious to see what happen.
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