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Hey Guys,

I need your help. Blush

I have a new laptop since a few weeks, and i tried to play one of my favourite game's (Ratchet & Clank 2) with PCSX 2.

Computer Info:

8GB RAM
NVIDIA Geforce GTX 675M
(250 GB - SSD)
(1 TB - HDD)
Intel - Core i5-3230M ( 2.6 GHz)
Windows 7


Maybe i've just the wrong Plugins, so please be so kind and give me an good advice.

Yours, Flo.Smile
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Ratchet and clank games need software mode. You can enable it by pressing F9 when the game is running.

But, a laptop CPU is not gonna cut it. It's VERY demanding. The best you can do is set extra rendering threads to 2 or 3 in config->video->plugin settings. And then press F9 while playing. But I imagine it's gonna be slow :/
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(06-23-2014, 11:45 PM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: Ratchet and clank games need software mode. You can enable it by pressing F9 when the game is running.

But, a laptop CPU is not gonna cut it. It's VERY demanding. The best you can do is set extra rendering threads to 2 or 3 in config->video->plugin settings. And then press F9 while playing. But I imagine it's gonna be slow :/

Yeah, something like an i7 4700MQ would probably run it around 45-60fps, but those are found in the higher end gaming laptops.
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(06-23-2014, 11:45 PM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: Ratchet and clank games need software mode. You can enable it by pressing F9 when the game is running.

But, a laptop CPU is not gonna cut it. It's VERY demanding. The best you can do is set extra rendering threads to 2 or 3 in config->video->plugin settings. And then press F9 while playing. But I imagine it's gonna be slow :/

According to noob66, it's better than desktop cpus....
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(06-24-2014, 12:24 AM)jesalvein Wrote: According to noob66, it's better than desktop cpus....

It's not going to beat a 4670k at stock speeds, but in passmark it scores an average of 1844. My personal i5 4440 scores at 1953, but the average for the i5 4440 is 1888. A 44 point difference is a miniscule. I average 45-60fps in R&C GC which is the second most demanding R&C game right behind Deadlocked.
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Note this is all moot since the OP does not have the 4700MQ
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(06-24-2014, 12:54 AM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: Note this is all moot since the OP does not have the 4700MQ

Yep the op has a much weaker cpu.
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