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Bandicam vs FRAPS for PCSX2
#21
(09-24-2014, 07:21 AM)Nobbs66 Wrote: my friend can easily run that game far above full speed on his 8350 at 6x native using a r9 270x

i for sure can run most of it in fullspeed, but let him play the axel data battle
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#22
Okay guys, we are going way off topic here. If we want to discuss this further, let's make it's own thread.
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#23
fine by me.
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#24
I remember trying to record Budokai Tenkaichi 3 with Fraps and it absolutely destroyed the FPS the moment Fraps was running. It went from 60 FPS to a mere 15~20 FPS. This was on an i7-920 running at 3.00 GHz.

I'll definitely give Bandicam a try, and will even test BT3 as well. (Got a better GFX card than I had back then too).
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#25
Personally I find MSI afterburner better than both fraps and bandicam..
It's so much more configurable (and free)

It even support quicksync out-of-box and you can use this for AMD VCE engine
A vfw codec may exist for nvidia cards, but I couldn't find it
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#26
for AMD GPUs I think you could give the Raptr AMD App a try. If not mistaken it's optimized for AMD hardware.
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(09-24-2014, 01:01 PM)xRyudo Wrote: I remember trying to record Budokai Tenkaichi 3 with Fraps and it absolutely destroyed the FPS the moment Fraps was running. It went from 60 FPS to a mere 15~20 FPS. This was on an i7-920 running at 3.00 GHz.

I'll definitely give Bandicam a try, and will even test BT3 as well. (Got a better GFX card than I had back then too).

strange since, in my i7 4770 i noticed only 2-5 fps decrease when using fraps
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#28
(09-24-2014, 05:16 PM)s.sakash Wrote: strange since, in my i7 4770 i noticed only 2-5 fps decrease when using fraps

I wouldn't call that strange. The 4770 has monster single threaded performance when compared to the i7 920
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#29
Yeah the 4770 is miles ahead of the i7-920 lol.

The i5-4670k that I have now (@3.4GHz) actually runs most games better than my old i7 did.


I could record SOME games with Fraps ok on the i7 920, but majority of games just got outright killed.
I'll give Bandicam a shot later today (or tomorrow) depending on how much time I have tonight.
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#30
Ill just stick to the internal gsdx recorder
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