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Audio Lag
#1
So I downloaded PCSX2 with the intention of using it for Guitar Hero 2 and such.  I'm getting some very noticeable audio lag, though.  I have the latency as low as it will go (30 ms) and have Timestretch selected. It's not my PC specs. I have an i5 4690k @3.5 GHz, GTX 980, 8 gb DDR3 1600 Hz ram, and my motherboard has good built in sound (AS Rock Extreme 6). Everything works perfectly with perfect timing except for PCSX2. I've read through what I could find about reducing the lag but nothing really helped.  Have I done as much as I can do?

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#2
Rhythm game + emulator = recipe for problems.

A zillion things could be causing this. Monitor input lag, controller input lag, audio input lag, the phase of the moon...

I'm assuming you mean the audio is behind the display?
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#3
Ever Guitar Hero I have played has a calibration tool built into it for input lag. Go into options and it should be there.
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#4
I don't know if the PS2 ones do, nor do I know if it would work with emulator. But it's worth a shot if it exists.
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#5
The calibration is there, not sure how well it will work.
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#6
Calibration is only for visual lag I think. My monitor has a 1 ms response time. Everything visual like hitting the notes on time and everything is good, but the audio is behind by about 1/4 of a second which is pretty huge for rhythm games.
#7
Maybe try async mix if you're getting 60fps
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#8
Maybe zerospu? Not sure where you will find it but google might help...
#9
Okay Async was awful so nope that didn't work  Sad
#10
Or increase latency to be off by one beat which will be sync again Laugh




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