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problem with jak2
#1
Question 
Hello I am a new member of the forum.
compliments for your work.

I wanted to present a problem with my jak 2, is very slow.
you can suggest a solution?

i use pcsx 0.9.8Unsure

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#2
PC specs? PCSX2 settings? Plugin settings? What do the EE/GS% numbers in the game window say when you get slowdowns?

As far as I know Jak games are very CPU demanding.
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
#3
Apply some Speedhacks. (Try the Preset options if your still new to this.)
Didn't help? Lower the internal resolution to native.
Still nothing? See how the game runs with a software renderer.

That's a basic approach to an unfamiliar game (no experience with it here). If that doesn't show any promise, odds are either the game is a hard one to emulate, your specs are too low, or maybe even both.

Further advice will require the info requested. Smile
#4
and plz check the (easy tune ur pcsx2)guide, and if u have a low end pc u can always check this post http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-PCSX2-con...ow-end-PCs
#5
if you can serve the characteristics of my PC ....

windows 7 home premium
intel® core™ quad CPU @2.50GHz 250 GHz
RAM 6,00 GB
64 bit
#6
Ok, you do have a fairly slow CPU.

Also, it is very important what your GPU is. Check dxdiag (by typing it into the Start Menu) if you're unsure what yours is.
#7
I did it and exit this window

still seen in this video look descrzione what you think?
I did it and exit this window

still seen in this video look descrzione what you think?[Image: immaginepvn.png&via=mupload&newlp=1]
#8
(06-18-2011, 02:47 PM)Kei.Kurono Wrote: I did it and exit this window

still seen in this video look descrzione what you think?
I did it and exit this window
[Image: immaginepvn.png&via=mupload&newlp=1]

still seen in this video look descrzione what you think?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6UUIgxBbUm0
it run very fast
#9
i5 2500k is much faster than your core quad @ 2.5Ghz.
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
#10
I was actually gonna suggest looking at the videos made by that german dude. You can translate his description to get a pretty good idea of how he managed it on the software side of things. But yeah, he has really good hardware too.
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