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#1
pls i have pcsx 0.9.8(r4600) and when ever i play pes 2011 it runs at 4-12 fps pls i need help in making it extremely fast
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#2
what is your cpu/graphics specification? Plugins setting? Tried the speedhcaks, and frameskip etc.?

Pes 2011 is a demanding game. in pc, too it requires a good cpu and a graphics card. So in ps2, it might require a very powerful or else it will run slow Tongue2
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#3
my cpu specs and graphic cards are good but recorder even in other games i try like naruto but it still runs on 4-12 fps pls heeeeeeeeeeeeeeelppp!!!!!!!
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#4
Is there is a problem to post your pc specs and pcsx2 settings...you may say it's good but for pcsx2 may be week.

On naruto games on my pc which is actually week for pcsx2,I have a lot more than 4-12fps
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#5
We can't help you unless you give us some information. Please take screenshots of all your emulation settings and plugin settings and attach them. Also please post your pc specs so we can determine hardware specific settings. Thanks.
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#6
PC Specs? PCSX2 settings? Plugin settings? What do the EE/GS% numbers in game window says when you get slowdowns?
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#7
(09-21-2011, 09:41 AM)recoder Wrote: Pes 2011 is a demanding game. in pc, too it requires a good cpu and a graphics card. So in ps2, it might require a very powerful or else it will run slow Tongue2

What? That game runs pretty fast on PCSX2. On my Phenom II N930 @ 2 Ghz I get 40 -> 45 FPS, not a playable speed but it is a mobile CPU. The PC version is one of the less demanding ever. An integrated HD 4200 (laptop version) is able to handle it at 25 -> 30 FPS (1366x768, medium settings), which should be enough for that game, because objects do not move fast, so you do not need a high framerate.

The TC's CPU must be Pentium III or something.
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#8
you need at least a intel corei5 or i7 because ps2 hardware is godly high end com spec for ps2 reign year

i tested my worse com is intel core 2 duo 2.2ghz 4gb ram nvidia 9300gs m test on super robot war alpha 2 OMG super lag

even now our high end computer only reach ps2 spec only

most powerful and most demanding is super robot war ps2 games


for computer reach higher than ps3 need intel core i9 still in process in developing!!!
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(09-22-2011, 06:26 AM)hell321 Wrote: you need at least a intel corei5 or i7 because ps2 hardware is godly high end com spec for ps2 reign year

i tested my worse com is intel core 2 duo 2.2ghz 4gb ram nvidia 9300gs m test on super robot war alpha 2 OMG super lag

even now our high end computer only reach ps2 spec only

most powerful and most demanding is super robot war ps2 games


for computer reach higher than ps3 need intel core i9 still in process in developing!!!

well he is talking about the game PES 2011 not SRW@2.
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(09-22-2011, 06:26 AM)hell321 Wrote: you need at least a intel corei5 or i7 because ps2 hardware is godly high end com spec for ps2 reign year

i tested my worse com is intel core 2 duo 2.2ghz 4gb ram nvidia 9300gs m test on super robot war alpha 2 OMG super lag

even now our high end computer only reach ps2 spec only

most powerful and most demanding is super robot war ps2 games


for computer reach higher than ps3 need intel core i9 still in process in developing!!!
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Apparently SOMEBODY doesn't know what he's talking about.

On-Topic:
Take my advice a mid-range Pc can manage Ps2 emulation VERY easily.
Take my specs as an example.
Now please tell us what's your Processor RAM and Graphic Card etc...
Intel E5700 @3.0Ghz,
Xfx Radeon 5670 1Gb,
4Gb DDR3 Ram,
Microsoft Windows7 Ultimate x86
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