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I'm not sure how demanding this game is but you can give it a shot. Make sure to set your gsdx resolution to native. If you end up getting it to run with just some slowing play with your speedhack presets at the bottom.
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I have a amd althon 2 x4 2.9 @ 3.2. Try OC your cpu and getting a new card like a ati 5750.
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the 5670 isn't that slow compared to the 5750 Smile difference is not really noticeable, though if you really would go for a newer card I would recommend the 5770 then it's a crapload faster then the 5750 (Logical heh) Smile
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The difference between an HD 5670 and 5750 is greater than that between the 5750 and 5770.
And the difference there certainly wouldn't be a "crapload", especially when the 5670 is already DDR5.

If you're going to upgrade, make it count; Go for a real upgrade to a card with a 256-bit bus (HD 5800). There's your "crapload". Wink

Although, that HD 5670 should be plenty, especially at lower resolution.
In fact, it should handle up-scaled resolution to some degree in most occasions.

If you, NEOLightJak, were to bottleneck (at low res), it would typically be you processor (AMD dual @ 3.0Ghz), or just emulation compatibility in general.

Give it a try, and consider OCing your CPU if you're capable. It usually will help if you need more speed. Smile
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