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What Final Fantasy X Settings should I have?
#1
Ok,

I've been playing KH and KH2 perfectly but the same settings aren't working for Final Fantasy X

Could someone post a link or what I should use to run FFX and FFX-2 at 100% speed?

I'm running

PC Specs
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Q6600 2.4 Quad GHz CPU
4GB DDR2 RAM
Nvidia 9800GT

Thanks~
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#2
just regular settings with 2x cycle rate maybe for final fantasy X
final fantasy X has some slowdowns on certain points, with 2x cycle rate you wont really notice them and it doesnt give graphic bugs
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#3
(07-21-2009, 11:25 PM)ChronicNL Wrote: just regular settings with 2x cycle rate maybe for final fantasy X
final fantasy X has some slowdowns on certain points, with 2x cycle rate you wont really notice them and it doesnt give graphic bugs

http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-8146.html

Would those settings work?

cause when I started it the graphics were are multi colored and weird.
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#4
i think it will, set SSE on SSE3 tho instead of SSE2

the specs are good enough for it
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(07-21-2009, 11:45 PM)ChronicNL Wrote: i think it will, set SSE on SSE3 tho instead of SSE2

I have

GSdx 1479 (MSVC 15.11, SSSE3) 0.1.15

But it still shows some weird graphic glitches
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#6
no need for all the extra's with final fantasy X tho, its relativly light , just the cycle rate is enough to maintain 100% on my 2GHZ quad

are the other settings on standard?
also does it give the glitches on both directx9 and directx 10?

i know if i pick native i get weird graphics, with it off i dont
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#7
(07-21-2009, 11:50 PM)ChronicNL Wrote: no need for all the extra's with final fantasy X tho, its relativly light , just the cycle rate is enough to maintain 100% on my 2GHZ quad

are the other settings on standard?
also does it give the glitches on both directx9 and directx 10?

i know if i pick native i get weird graphics, with it off i dont

I've tried changing a few things and I still get the slowdown during the videos and weird graphical glitches like this

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And the audio is all crackly
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#8
any gfx/sound glitches when all speed hacks are disabled? also, enable time scaling/time stretching in your sound plugin. and i would always prefer to enable some "vu cycle stealing" before setting the "ee sync hack" to 2x.
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#9
Try an older version of GSdx like r1406 maybe.
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
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#10
(07-22-2009, 02:24 AM)Shadow Lady Wrote: Try an older version of GSdx like r1406 maybe.

Where can I get them? I just have what was in the beta download =\ No matter what settings I turn on and off I can't fix it from slowing down a little the sound crackling and that graphical glitch >,<

I dunno if I got everything I needed.

I download the beta pack and put my iso's in there and tried playing with the plugins after i set them up.

What are patches? do I need them? or am i good to go the way i am?
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