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dbz bt3-gameplay
#1
not sure if this is the right thread Rolleyes

chipset = intel g33/g31
ram = 2gb
precessor = Pentium® dual core E5200 @ 2.50 GHz
320 GB Hard disk
resolution = native

plugin = GSDx 4600 (MSVC 16.00 ssse3)
sounds = disabled

windows 7 ultimate 32 bit

without frame skip the game runs around 18-19 fps speed hacks doesnt make much difference though i still use them
with constant skipping 1:2 i get around 40 -45 fps (no flickering)
software or hardware mode doesnt make much of a difference maybe around 1 fps if any

newer gsdx plugins just give a black screen probably wont work coz of the chipset

i will post a video too maybe somtime time later

The game seems playable (i guess) any other suggestions?Happy
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#2
I think buy a stronger PC is really the only way to be sure, your computer is just old to run most of the games. Btw no offense intended, but just saying Smile
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#3
(03-09-2013, 09:30 AM)abhishekj Wrote: (...) any other suggestions?Happy

Just one - buy a decent(around mid range ~ 50$), modern(dx10/11 ddr5), dedicated gpu and you'll see that althrough also being weak that cpu will handle lots of games(BT3 for sure) just fine and that crappy intel g33/g31 simply never was a pair to it.
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#4
well that was always a known option Tongue
there is one more thing i want to ask ,
i played dbz budokai 3 also and it game me 30-40 fps without any frame skip but could not get above 20 with bt3 ,is the game that much demanding ?
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#5
it's not that the game is demanding, its that your onboard graphics card sucks ;p
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