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not to beat a dead horse but ffx.
#1
im honestly asking for best settings to optimize my ffx and wild arms alter code f.


amd fx quad core 3.5 ghz
8 gig RAM
amd radeon hd 6800 series 1 gig gpu
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#2
3x resolution
MTVU speedhack on
Anisotropic filtering 16x(you need the SVN for this I think).
MSAA hardware hack 2-4x
For wild arms only: Wildarmsoffset hardware hack.
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#3
ok not intentionally sounding dumb but what is svn. im runnin 1.2.1

anything on ee cycle rate and vu cycle steal
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#4
SVN means subversion and it just means the very latest compiled version available which is 1.3 and you can get it from here:
http://buildbot.orphis.net/pcsx2/

You should not need any EE or VU speedhacks for those games. If you do have some slowdown, try EE cycle rate hack at 2.

Your system is mostly fine, although do you know the model of your CPU? If it's a bulldozer one e.g. 41xx then that will hurt your performance quite a lot. If it's piledriver e.g. FX 43xx then if you OC to 4Ghz you will be golden in almost every game.
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#5
i apologize for double post but where do i run the anisotropic filter

i dont know where i can find the model
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(02-09-2014, 01:49 AM)akitoshaoku Wrote: i apologize for double post but where do i run the anisotropic filter

i dont know where i can find the model

Like I said, you need the SVN version from the link above. Then in Config->video->plugin settings you will find it towards the middle.
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(02-09-2014, 01:51 AM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: Like I said, you need the SVN version from the link above. Then in Config->video->plugin settings you will find it towards the middle.

You can find your cpu model from the emulog.
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#8
its a 4100 amd quad. any suggestions
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#9
It's a bulldozer then and that just means the single threaded performance is pretty low. Bulldozer CPU are not the best for PCSX2. My advice is to overclock it as much as you can, at least to 4Ghz would be good.

But anyway for the above mentioned games it should not be a problem.
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#10
Overclock your cpu to about 4.3ghz. Bulldozer did poorly on single-threaded apps (pcsx2 needs this the most) so don't expect much. But even that cpu should run FFX without a problem, even at stock.

I was too slow. Tongue
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