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fast forward/ frame skipping in ffx?
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fast forward/ frame skipping in ffx?
I like to Fast forward through random encounters when i play turnbased RPG games.
I've explored the CPU configurations and I'm not exactly sure how to achieve what I want. Is it possible to get a high fps with frame skiipping on pcsx2?


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(This post was last modified: 06-07-2009 01:18 PM by simple.)
06-07-2009 01:11 PM
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RE: fast forward/ frame skipping in ffx?
If you want to get full speed in final fantasy X with frame skipping, I think that yes, you can get it.
But if you are trying to get more than 50fps, 60fps with frame skipping, you only need to configure the Custom FPS Limit, in the CPU configuration, and put the number of frame limit that you want that pcsx2 limit the game, and where is 0 put for example 70, then pcsx2 will limit the maximun frame rate to 70
Sorry for my bad english.
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RE: fast forward/ frame skipping in ffx?
is it possible to get the frame rate up to 500FPS?
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RE: fast forward/ frame skipping in ffx?
hahaha, I never try this because I have a Pentium 4 HT 3.40 Ghz, with it, the most frames that i get is 200 frames in 2D, and in final fantasy X in 3D 70 frames, but if your CPU is so good, I think that you can do it, but I'm not sure.
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RE: fast forward/ frame skipping in ffx?
the best I can get is 100+++ in none/normal frame limit mode. Does anyone know of a possible way of boosting that? (I don't mind if it's' really choppy, I just want the FPS to increase so i can get through random battles quickly)
06-07-2009 02:38 PM
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RE: fast forward/ frame skipping in ffx?
Or just press TAB to switch between Normal/limited speed if you have good PC though

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RE: fast forward/ frame skipping in ffx?
maybe I can help to increase the speed, the first, tell me your pcsx2 configuration in cpu, speed hacks, advanced, and your plugins configuration. Then, I will can see if you can increase your speed in the games, if you can tell me your system specs.
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RE: fast forward/ frame skipping in ffx?
(06-07-2009 02:50 PM)Nokiaman Wrote:  Or just press TAB to switch between Normal/limited speed if you have good PC though

so the best i can get is my normal speed?
i'm use to setting my max fps on my psx emulator, so i'm a little confused.
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