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games could run on my lappy?
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good day!! i just wanna ask what games would fit and run smooth on my laptop with the specs:

core i5 1.8-2.7 ghz
2gb amd radeon HD 8750m
4gb ram

i hav read that u dont recommend laptop on emulation unless my laptop meets the requirement posted. including core i5 and a decent graphics.

will there be mvc2 on the list if ever?

and is the cpu speed that really important?

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i hav attached screenie of cpu z on my lappy..


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#2
what game(s) do you own ?
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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#3
Yes your cpu speed matters a lot. Your cpu is going to struggly on a majority of games.
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(03-16-2014, 09:46 PM)jesalvein Wrote: what game(s) do you own ?

i only hav mvc2 but it runs slow. im thinking i didnt configure it right so i posted here.
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(03-16-2014, 09:47 PM)Nobbs66 Wrote: Yes your cpu speed matters a lot. Your cpu is going to struggly on a majority of games.

u mean that an i3 with 3.0ghz would be better than an i5 with 1.8 ghz even if it has turbo boost? SadSad better to play steam.. T_T
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#6
have you tried enabling speedhacks?
Not sure what graphics card you have, it's memory bandwidth,
it's temperature, fan speed, what pixel shader it has
try TechPowerUp's gpu-z

Not sure what your cpu is try cpu-z
(hint click on the highlighted links Biggrin)
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(03-16-2014, 10:07 PM)yipes Wrote: u mean that an i3 with 3.0ghz would be better than an i5 with 1.8 ghz even if it has turbo boost? SadSad better to play steam.. T_T

cpu-clock is not everything... but higher values correspond normally to higher speed.
You also have to consider that the calculations-per-cycle-value enhances for new architectures and there is also a difference between amd and intel...And then you also have the number of cores as well as cache per core...

But to keep your example.. i would think that a i3@3GHz has more horsepower for emulation than a i5@1.8GHz in single-threaded programs.

Hyperthreading btw normally doesn't help since it is only used for a short time if one core is working heavily while all others are idling... This is normally not the case for pcsx2
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