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Which one is faster?
#1
0.9.8 or 0.9.9 - which one is faster? And if it' s 0.9.9 then which rev is the best? Thank you.

BTW my Computer:

Intel Core i5 2500K OC @ 4,6GHz
GeForce GTX 570 (OC to make it over GTX 580)
8GB DDR3 RAM
Windows 7 64bit
Native resolution: 1440x900
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#2
Well your CPU and GPU should be fine either way, but i like personally 0.9.9 as it has a useful Mulithread hack that can give huge performance increase, but not always, and it can hang a few games, as for rev`s haven't really noticed any slowdowns in the 0.9.9 rev`s
ROG Asus G74S laptop
Intel core i7 2670QM @2.2(3.1ghz turbo) Nvidia 3gig GTX560m 8 gigs DDr5 Blue-Ray Burner windows7 64 bit
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#3
I have gotten slowdowns in later revs compared to the ones before rev 5000 but with your beastly specs you shouldn't have any issues playing any games expect maybe 1-2 games with any of the revs after 0.9.8
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#4
It depend's what games you tend to play.

Like in my case.As i play all the gta series on PCSX2.

Version 0.9.9 is my best bet.Running in HD also.

-MozzaGamer
2012-2013
CPU: Overclocked Intel Extreme® Core™i7-3960x @ 4.30GHz
GPU: Dual NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 670's OC in SLI
MOBO: ASUS® P9X79 WS PCI-E 3.0 READY
RAM: 16GB KINGSTON HYPER-X GENESIS DUAL-DDR3
OS: Windows 7 ultimate x64

2011
OLD MOBO: ASUS MAXIMUS IV EXTREME-Z Z68
OLD GPU: DUAL NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 570's In SLI.
OLD CPU: i7 2600k @ 4.80GHz

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#5
0.9.9 does work better for the games I have Smile Even FFX-2 runs quite good with my hardware on 1920*1080 Hardware and 1920*1080 Software (55 FPS in Cutscenes) Which is quite decent for an AMD CPU Smile
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#6
Wow I kindly thank You all for your comments. It looks like I will be probably getting 0.9.9 as you all said. But which revision should I download I really dont know... well I think I will try getting the latest one Smile.
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#7
so far 0.9.9 r5065 works just great for me, but there's a new version almost daily and even more then 1 sometimes. The Devs are surely mister busybodies Tongue
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#8
It's not version, but revision, where it might even be just one line of code change for one revision.
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