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Digital Devil Saga 1&2
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I'm not an expert, so I do not know if those games are demanding in terms of ram/clocks. I have noticed a lot of frame drops, in many parts of the games, expecially in the "outside" areas and during the cutscenes.
Is it possible to fix them changing the options of the pcsx2 or overclocking something? Can you help me? As I said, I am not an expert Wacko
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#2
You can't overclock a laptop.

Look at EE and GS% in the titlebar when you get slowdown. If one or both are over 90%, then the slowdown is because of your system. Which I'm guessing it is.
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#4
Try it without MTVU. VU % is very high there and when it's over 80 it can cause slowdowns.
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#5
Okay Ive disabled the MTVU (but not the microVU)...It seems working better but the EE% is very high
   
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#6
Well, that's normal. MTVU splits the VU1 off the regular EE thread. So with MTVU off all the load that was on VU thread before is now on EE. However, with a handful of games, you will have less slowdown that way.

77% EE is okay. You shouldn't slow down til over 90%.

If you still have some mild slowdown, try setting the EE cycle rate hack slider to 1 or 2.
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#7
Alright, thanks. I have a core™ i5 but, evidently is not much.
My bro has a AMD processor....I should try Xenosaga in his pc Laugh
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#8
AMD cpus have weak single threaded performance, only with a heavy OC will they play demanding games(which is why mine is @4.4)

And, you have a mobile i5, and that makes a big difference.
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#9
Has the operative system a role in all this count?
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#10
make sure to have at least vista.
so tat you can use dx 10
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