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tekken 5 slow
#1
hey all

i have started to play tekken 5 yesterday. it works cool till the word "fight"

then it becomes slower 50%

why is that ?!

my pc : CPU 2.66Ghz/3M Nvidia 9600 / 512MB RAM 4GB DDR2

windows vista ultimate
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#2
because you have a slow CPU and slow Gpu for this very demanding game.

Moreover, could you please stop opening 2 threads each time you have something to ask ?
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
(06-27-2009, 10:32 PM)momtaz94 Wrote: hey all

i have started to play tekken 5 yesterday. it works cool till the word "fight"

then it becomes slower 50%

why is that ?!

my pc : CPU 2.66Ghz/3M Nvidia 9600 / 512MB RAM 4GB DDR2

windows vista ultimate

Well your processor isn't necessarily bad. Is it a P4(+HT), duo core, or quad core? If it's any P4 then yes it's going to be your processor. But as far as GPU and Ram and what not, your actually good to go. The guy before you is very wrong as far as gpu and stuff but if your cpu is p4 then you're gonna have trouble playing as he said demanding games. Hope that helped Smile
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Graphics: AGP Saphire Radeon HD3850 512 MB

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#4
(06-27-2009, 10:32 PM)momtaz94 Wrote: hey all

i have started to play tekken 5 yesterday. it works cool till the word "fight"

then it becomes slower 50%

why is that ?!

my pc : CPU 2.66Ghz/3M Nvidia 9600 / 512MB RAM 4GB DDR2

windows vista ultimate
oh and also try running the emulator in compatibility mode for xp and you will get a boost in performance. An I also recomend you using eboostr if you have any thumb drives. It alows you to use your thumb drives as ram basicle (not as fast but better than a hardrive cache) I noticed a performance increase when i used it. I f not than im sorry buddy all i can say is put vista in a performance mode (control panel/system/performance) and using compatibility mode, maybe even disconnecting from the internet and temporarily turning off your anti virus (unless you have viruses in the vualt) when running that game in PCSX2. If not than maybe upgrading your pc whichj is the last possable option lol. Smile
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Graphics: AGP Saphire Radeon HD3850 512 MB

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#5
Won't make any difference if it's a quad core or a dual core, as pcsx2 only uses 2 cores.

Moreover, his GPU seems to be a mobile one. Thus, it's weak for pcsx2, and especially for tekken 5 as it's mostly GPU demanding.

Edit : all your advices may be useful, but not in that case, as deactivating anti-virus and other programs will help him to free some ram.

However, Pcsx2 doesn't use more than 512 Ram. As he owns 4Gb, I think it's more than enough...
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
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GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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(06-27-2009, 11:45 PM)jesalvein Wrote: Won't make any difference if it's a quad core or a dual core, as pcsx2 only uses 2 cores.

Moreover, his GPU seems to be a mobile one. Thus, it's weak for pcsx2, and especially for tekken 5 as it's mostly GPU demanding.

Edit : all your advices may be useful, but not in that case, as deactivating anti-virus and other programs will help him to free some ram.

However, Pcsx2 doesn't use more than 512 Ram. As he owns 4Gb, I think it's more than enough...

True in that case
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Graphics: AGP Saphire Radeon HD3850 512 MB

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#7
ty a lot for these replies ...

but i didnt get any thing to do Tongue

can someone tell me to do a specific thing ? Smile

waiting a reply

ty
btw , my CPU is "Core2Due E7300"
also my GPU is "Nvidia GeForce 9600 / 512MB DDR3"

it's so cool and i played crysis ultra high graphics without any lags
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#8
(06-28-2009, 01:59 AM)momtaz94 Wrote: ty a lot for these replies ...

but i didnt get any thing to do Tongue

can someone tell me to do a specific thing ? Smile

waiting a reply

ty
btw , my CPU is "Core2Due E7300"
also my GPU is "Nvidia GeForce 9600 / 512MB DDR3"

it's so cool and i played crysis ultra high graphics without any lags
try what i told you and see if it works but the other dude is right if anything specific its upgrade your pc/get a desktop pc to your custom with these specs for money budget adn quality:
ati radeon hd3850(since it works great for me) or 4770
2.8ghz duo core
ram is fine
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CPU: 3ghz Intel Petium 4 HT
RAM: 2GB DDR400 Kingston (dual channel) + 18 GB virtual (eboostr)
Graphics: AGP Saphire Radeon HD3850 512 MB

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#9
use speedhacks, especially VU stealing.

Check native res in gsdx config.

Quote:it's so cool and i played crysis ultra high graphics without any lags

Good for you.

But it has nothing to do with emulation.
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#10
For me VU stealing actually slows down Tekken 5. PCSX2 shows 60 FPS but applications like Fraps only monitors 40 (which I get even without VU stealing), so have that in mind with this game.

Also just a weird thing... Ultra High in Crysis with that graphic card? I can't even run Crysis in ultra high flawlessly (constant 30 FPS) with my GTX 260, which is stronger than the 9600... Wacko I better get a new motherboard so I can utilize the GTX 260's performance better.
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