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Very slow with dual core E7600
#1
I use dual core E7600 and Radeon 5550... also I use 8 gb of ram and a SSD Samsung pro...
PCSX2 is really slow. For me it is better if you change the programming language and passes to the assembly.

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#2
(02-26-2014, 11:22 PM)utente2012 Wrote: PCSX2 is really slow. For me it is better if you change the programming language and passes to the assembly.

hey, that's a nice idea. when do you think you'll have finished doing it ?
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#3
(02-26-2014, 11:22 PM)utente2012 Wrote: I use dual core E7600 and Radeon 5550... also I use 8 gb of ram and a SSD Samsung pro...
PCSX2 is really slow. For me it is better if you change the programming language and passes to the assembly.

What games?

For me it is better if you get a better pc.
Lenovo Y50-70 Gaming Laptop
Intel Core i7-4720HQ @ 2.6Ghz - 3.6Ghz Quad Core
Nvidia GTX 960M 4GB
8GB DDR3 Ram
15.6'' Full HD 1920 x 1080 IPS
Windows 10 64 Bit
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Intel Core i5 4670 @ 3.4Ghz
Gigabyte H81M
Gigabyte Radeon R9 280X 3GB
8GB DDR 3 Ram
1TB WD Black
Windows 10 64 Bit
Phillips 23.6" 1920x1080 IPS
#4
Please release your project soon so we can test it. Tongue
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(I am no longer a Windows user)
CPU: Intel Pentium G3258
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#5
Alternatively you could just buy a decent computer and stop whining that something which requires a lot of power doesnt run well on your machine that doesn't have much power.

Looking forward to your version of PCSX2asm.
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