i couldnt find a guide for the new plugins that comes with this new version of pcsk2 and if there is i apologize....i was just wondering if anyone could help to config the pcsx2 for having a smooth speed and dunno if at least i can have 50 fps......here are my specs
N vidia GeForce 8200M G 256 Mb
windows vista 32 bit OS
processor AMD Turion dual core RM 70 2.0 GHz
i already downloaded an AMD processor optimizer from the AMD website
on speedhacks i selected the "speed" option
advanced options are default
gamefixes there is none selected
graphic is Gsdx 872m (SSE2) 0.1.12 and config is default
sound is SPU2Ghz playground 1.9.0 and config is on default
like this some games runs at 20-25 FPS like yu gi oh eternal duelist soul
and some of them in 3-10 FPS like saint seiya the hades
havent tried on final fantasy X or the kingdom hearts but i dont expect a good result.....plz help if theres anything to improve more the speed or if its better to use a diff graphic plugin or sound plugin plz help!!
Since you're using AMD, and pcsx2 is made to run best on Intel dual cores, dont expect to run a lot of games at around full speed.
And not only is it a problem that it's AMD, its only 2 Ghz which is low for pcsx2 anyways.
The emulator being CPU dependant, expect only being able to play 2d games like Disgaea at full speed =/
Ur ram=good, graphics=ok, and at least u can get DX 10 with vista
Other than that:
-keep the options 'Flush to Zero and Denormals are Zero' under EE Recs in the advanced window (same with VU Recs if it doesnt break ur game)
-check the EE sync hack (Also the other 5 options above it if u want, though they are minor speed ups and can mess up some games)
-check all options in CPU config and keep Limit on (use VU skip if too slow)
Those are the best things i can think of to help you with speed, you can also try ur luck with the other sync hacks, which sometimes dont speed it up at all. BTW ur plugins the newest/best right now.
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thx man its actually running the same speed as the one i posted above, thx anyway. If its better for me a diff graphic plugin plz someone let me know thx
03-26-2011, 11:21 PM
(This post was last modified: 03-26-2011, 11:23 PM by Koji.)
There should actually be a file amongst the GSDX source that's pretty much called "special game fixes" or something like that... it's been over a year since I last modified it... It's literally just a file containing the game CRC with a set of numbers indicating which speed hacks to have enabled, give me a second and I'll try and pinpoint it for you.
(edit) File is called GSCrc.cpp
CRC is an algorithm to calculate and verify file (or any data chunk actually) integrity. It is not arbitrarily given. "Cyclic Redundancy Check"
As it represents well the file, like a finger print, it can be used to reference the file unambiguously. PCSX2 console prints it just a few lines after the highlighted
(SYSTEM.CNF)... line, look for it there.
As far as I know, the option for speedhacks exist in the games database file but is not yet implemented. Notice the game fix is implemented already and so, marking the "Enable Patches" under the system menu is a sound idea.
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Not sure if still needed but check if you have the stuff mentioned in the first post in the ZZOgl thread:
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