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What can reasonably be playable on my cpu?
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Got PCSx2 a day or so ago and been playing around with it, and I'm just kind of wondering what games would more then likely be playable with the gear I got. Obviously it's not "ninja" but as it is I have things like SF3, MvC2 and Disgaea running at 60fps when on [x] Native Resolution and without any other tooling around with the options.

Here's my CPU-Z

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So, what else should work, and what can I do to make stuff work better, any other options I should be clicking?

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#2
i saw 800mhz on your cpu-z
did you turn on AMD cool and quiet and Power saver(Power plan) i forgot also mentioned the CPU voltage usage is at 0.850v other-like-wise it will be very weak for pcsx2.
if so better turn off C&Q and switch to "High performance"
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(03-14-2012, 03:32 AM)tallbender Wrote: i saw 800mhz on your cpu-z
did you turn on AMD cool and quiet and Power saver(Power plan) other-like-wise it will be slow for pcsx2.
if so better turn off and switch to "High performance"

Actually, that's another good point, I've done virtually nothing to make the cpu itself run better, any pointers on that would also be appreciated.
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1.)disabling Q&C you need to access PC's CMOS settings you may read the motherboard's manual on how to enter CMOS(commonly hitting "DEL" key during PC bios/splash start up)--->"Power" Category(other CMOS marked "Power Management setup")
example:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BIOS

2.)for power plan (Control Panel--->Power Plan--->"set to high performance")
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Cool, the "high performance" had a pretty good effect.

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so it's a laptop
MvC2,Digaea is playable on your laptop

but whats SF3??

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(03-14-2012, 04:48 AM)tallbender Wrote: so it's a laptop
MvC2,Digaea is playable on your laptop

but whats SF3??

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So basically what I know works well is sprite based stuff with light 3D (Disgaea and MvC2)

I popped in SSX real quick and was getting 30fps, so it was working but not up to snuff. So basically I'm wondering what options in SCS I can play around with to get something better if possible.

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(03-14-2012, 05:12 AM)Rezard Wrote:


Well, I got a 657 benchmark, so I know I won't be running God of War anytime soon. Laugh

That list was helpful tho, and I guess you could add Disgaea: Hour of Darkness and SF3 to it, cuz they both work very well for me.
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(03-14-2012, 06:20 AM)erisi236 Wrote: Well, I got a 657 benchmark ...

I would go by this benchmark first, for PCSX2.

You also have a quad core,
so MTVU is a good help at times, I'm sure.

But if your GPU is integrated (weak),
it will likely bottleneck you first with a lot of games, anyway.
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