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will it utilize quad cores
#1
my specs

3.7ghz q6600
4gb 1100mhz ddr2
710/1090 asus 4850



and btw would i be able to play japanese games on the pcsx2 emulator?

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#2
It only uses 2 cores.

Your computer will run it just fine lol. I have the same system.. except not overclocked..

and yes it can play japanese games
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#3
There is no plan to implement support for quad cord at the moment.
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#4
PCSX2 is regionfree (answering his second question) and yeah, you'll be able to run games nicely with that CPU. That's damn nice OC hehe
#5
It would take too many time and it will be only small speed boost.
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#6
why would it only provide a small speed boost, wouldn't it double the speed (at same clock speed) it done right

anyway at your speed you should have no problem running games at full speed
#7
No it wouldn't.In fact if you don't understand the complexity don't make ridiculous statements like 'double the speed'...that's actually implausible!
There would be HUGE overhead when splitting the working threads from 2 to an additional 2,to keep everything in sync.Not to mention about 80% of the emulator would have to be rewritten and if you take a look at the source,this is not a small program Tongue
In the end,it could even end up slower...
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