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capability ? will pcxs2 run smoothly on my pc
#1
i want to know if my computer is capable to run pcsx2 smoothly with no problem... I've been trying to play kingdom hearts but i only can get it to run so slow like sora in slowing motion mod or get to run fast and slow to where it start skipping and blinking

i have windows 7 ultimate
my processor is intel®, celeron ® CPU 440 @ 2.00GHz 2.00 GHz
my installed memory(RAM) is 1.00GB
system type is 32bit

and im using pcsx2 0.9.8 (r4600)

please help me !!!!!!
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#2
First, this has nothing to do with site feedback, next time post in the right section.
Second, that celeron is very very slow so you will get pretty crap performance with almost everything. You also did not mention your graphics card.
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(03-05-2012, 09:05 AM)Bositman Wrote: First, this has nothing to do with site feedback, next time post in the right section.
Second, that celeron is very very slow so you will get pretty crap performance with almost everything. You also did not mention your graphics card.

oh lol i didnt know..... and how do i find out my graphic card ?
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#4
On the physical side of things,
you can see if there's an actual card inserted into your motherboard.
If there isn't, then you can confirm it's running on the integrated GPU.
This would basically be the end of the story with that system and PCSX2.

On your computer,
you can run dxdiag from your Start Menu.
Just type it in and press enter.
Your GPU will be listed under the "Display" tab.
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#5
Intel® 829945G Express Chipset familly is the name of it
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#6
** points at empty PCI-E slot **

There's your problem, sir.

No real fix for that.
Keep the internal res low.
Like-- lower than native.

You can only hope for the best,
but it ain't gonna be pretty.

Get a modern GeForce or Radeon graphics card as soon as possible.
You could then have a much better chance,
but your processor still is pretty weak, too.
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