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faster pcsx2 with software
#1
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hi

i tried a software name process lasso and i gained 2.3-3 fps in the games.

how can it be?

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#2
You will probably get the same benefit from setting pcsx2 to "above normal" priority, or "higher".
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#3
process lasso?

sounds to me it simply set your priority as refraction said

something you can do yourself in task manager, usually with less spyware XD
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#4
i tested myself this prog. with the task manager i gained 1 fps, and the ram useage didn't change (542MB).
with the process lasso i had 4 fps! Smile and the ram useage was only 223MB.


the result: it's better than the original task manager of windows.
it's good. Smile
#5
ok less Ram usage clearly indicate that the program is doing something however i am pretty sure this wont end up well ..... Evil
#6
(08-24-2012, 10:05 AM)pmk Wrote: i tested myself this prog. with the task manager i gained 1 fps, and the ram useage didn't change (542MB).
with the process lasso i had 4 fps! Smile and the ram useage was only 223MB.


the result: it's better than the original task manager of windows.
it's good. Smile

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#7
You do realize 1 FPS could be just an FPS reading flaw and is in the margin of error right? Tongue
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#8
so we can believe you in a way or another care to do the benchmark
#9
Even if he does the benchmark, a 1 FPS difference is so small it could be caused by so many other things than the one you expect. So come back if you get something above 3 FPS and in a reproducible manner (not just once)
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(08-24-2012, 11:30 AM)Bositman Wrote: Even if he does the benchmark, a 1 FPS difference is so small it could be caused by so many other things than the one you expect. So come back if you get something above 3 FPS and in a reproducible manner (not just once)

he says ~4 FPS .... ( in a light demanding game i suppose )




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