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Which version of PCSX2 runs nice and smooth without any problems?
#1
I just want to install the thing and boot my isos and play my games!

What would you suggest, and where should I download it from?

and is direct x 9.0 c any good with pcsx2?

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#2
The newest always has some minor thing that has to be fixed, but in 99% of cases the newest is ALWAYS best.

FURTHERMORE, stop opening a bazillion threads to ask questions, just reply to your own opened thread with it. out of (currently) 32 posts, ELEVEN are threads where you are asking one thing or another, I didn't have 11 threads in my first thousand posts, let alone first hundred...
#3
(07-04-2014, 12:53 AM)Saiki Wrote: The newest always has some minor thing that has to be fixed, but in 99% of cases the newest is ALWAYS best.

FURTHERMORE, stop opening a bazillion threads to ask questions, just reply to your own opened thread with it. out of (currently) 32 posts, ELEVEN are threads where you are asking one thing or another, I didn't have 11 threads in my first thousand posts, let alone first hundred...

Nobody ever replies, my bad ;-P

but I am sure a lot of Noob-ee-ohs would find it quite useful to know

S:-O
#4
many noobs find older threads first because they search. All this kind of thing accomplishes is to annoy the veterans, mods, and admins.
#5
(07-04-2014, 01:33 AM)Saiki Wrote: many noobs find older threads first because they search. All this kind of thing accomplishes is to annoy the veterans, mods, and admins.

Once again, I meant nothing ill of it. Thank you for all the help!

☯Flamin'Gamin'Guru-ॐ salutes you!
#6
then please LEARN form this..
#7
(07-04-2014, 12:53 AM)Saiki Wrote: The newest always has some minor thing that has to be fixed, but in 99% of cases the newest is ALWAYS best.

FURTHERMORE, stop opening a bazillion threads to ask questions, just reply to your own opened thread with it. out of (currently) 32 posts, ELEVEN are threads where you are asking one thing or another, I didn't have 11 threads in my first thousand posts, let alone first hundred...


As the emulator gets more accurate doesn't it require more to play the games?
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#8
The stable release has PGO optimizations thus meaning the stable releases are faster. The GIT releases have the latest features.
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#9
(07-04-2014, 03:38 AM)fade2black001 Wrote: As the emulator gets more accurate doesn't it require more to play the games?

an i5 @3.4? will be fine for a LONG while
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(07-04-2014, 01:39 AM)☯FlaminGamin'Guru-ॐ Wrote: Once again, I meant nothing ill of it. Thank you for all the help!

☯Flamin'Gamin'Guru-ॐ salutes you!

How many times do we have to say it. I've said not to make new threads before
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