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Will laptop work with pcsx2
#1
only question is will a X4500M work on pcsx2 well???
on a lenovo thinkpad sl510
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#2
that CPU of that laptop is pretty good...but the GPU is the main gap performance thus it will run slow.
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#3
so you are stick with native ps2 resolution
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#4
Speedhacks will be your best friends in the entire world Laugh
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#5
Quote:Lenovo ThinkPad SL510 Specifications:
* Windows 7 Professional
* 15.6" HD 1366 x 768 WXGA Anti-glare
* Intel Core 2 Duo P8700 (2.53GHz, 1066MHz FSB, 3MB Cache)
* 3GB DDR3 RAM (2GB x 1GB)
* 320GB Hitachi 7200RPM Hard Drive
* Intel 5100AGN, Bluetooth 2.0
* Intel X4500M Integrated

If those specs are within your laptop.It's ok. Your problem is only the mobile GPU. Should be able to emulate FFX, KH 1-2 properly.
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#6
is it possible to add a gpu to the laptop that better????
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#7
if the motherboard of your laptop has a free pci-e yes you can probably add a gpu and it will be allot better in pcsx2 and generally... but you should ask first from where you get it for precise answers if it can take a gpu and if it will be ok running it.
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#8
(05-26-2010, 02:00 PM)maxitrouble Wrote: is it possible to add a gpu to the laptop that better????

Well take a look. http://forums.pcworld.com/index.php?/top...to-laptop/
Quote: Question :I purchased my laptop, a Dell Studio 1537 base model. Does anyone know/is there a way to tell if I would be able to extend the integrated graphics by adding a dedicated GPU?

Answer :there is an option, it is unreasonably expensive, and does not offer the full benefit of a proper graphics card.
http://www.magma.com...box1/index.html

Hmm.. I think it's better if you just wait for a new laptop Smile because even if you click on that link, it will sounds difficult and look complicated to you. (That's only my opinion, but good luck Laugh)
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#9
If your laptop support MXM model for gpu than you can upgrade your laptop with compatible vgacard supported. But mostly your laptop can not. Many laptop with thin and integrated igp by default can not use vga card add on.
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>> Emulation speed differs for each game. There will be some you can run fast easily, but others will simply require more powerfull hardware <<.
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#10
But otherwise u say i should play kingdom hearts fine>>>????
what about digimon data squad
digimon 4>>???
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