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A Question with sense
#21
so you're having full speeds? about what fps? and what video card do you have? what size? I REALLY REALLY wanted to play games even it is slow, not VERY slow Smile

thanks for the link Laugh
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#22
Well I get full speeds on the games I played (some areas had slow down, usually because of my video card) so I got 50fps (usually was actually around 45-50fps) because I play PAL games. I used speedhacks in almost every game though =P
My specs are in my signature at the bottom of my post.
OS: Windows 7 64bit
CPU: Intel Core i7 3770K @3.5 GHz
RAM: 16GB DDR3 1600MHz
GPU: Nvidia GTX 680 2GB
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#23
lol, 1 gb of vid card, thats why you're having full speed, is it my vid card that slows my FPS? can you give me tips to speed up this emu?
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#24
No no, like I said before, the VRAM doesn't matter about the speed, it's more about the clock rates, fill rates and memory speed. The VRAM only holds data, it doesn't do the processing or anything, it's just where the data is stored while being used.

Well the first thing to do is update to the latest beta, which is provided in a sticky thread in this forum.
Second is to use the latest graphics plaugin from GSdx, which actually comes packaged with the latest beta.
Third is to apply speedhacks (depending on the game you want to play).
Fourth is to set up the graphics plugin (depending on the game you want to play).

But like I said earlier, you're only going to be able to play 2D games on your laptop. 3D games will simply be way too slow.
OS: Windows 7 64bit
CPU: Intel Core i7 3770K @3.5 GHz
RAM: 16GB DDR3 1600MHz
GPU: Nvidia GTX 680 2GB
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#25
Sorry for being naughty
hmm,, lets see, I'll DL first the latest then how can I use the latest graphic plug in from GSdx,? is it automatic when I install it?
and how can I set up graphics plug in? again, sorry for being a noob. T_T
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#26
The best thing for you to do is follow the configuration guide.
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#27
hmm.,, I read it once, and I didn't notice that there's Graphics plug in there?
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#28
http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-2298.html#Gfx
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#29
saw it, and configured it right now and still, 29 FPS, poor thing, hmm,, lemme, ask, if I use a speedhack, up to how much FPS can i achieve? and does 60 FPS still slow?
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#30
Well each speedhack works differently with each game. Just try each speedhack and see how they work.
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