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FFX High Settings Help
#11
I'm not sure exactly when, but I'm using the newest revision via SVN. I know it wasn't quite right at beta time, at least for me.
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#12
Hey guys finished my os upgrade to Win7 x64 but I am having same issues DX11 while I am having less graphical glitches in general, still getting frame rate drop when I enter battle or a large blurring effect.

My graphics section is set to 1920x1080 internal res with 6x scaling, and all the checkmarks checked off that I could in the section under that ie 8bit textures and stuff.

But the graphics hacks section has nothing activated.

Regarding speedhacks and other setting I have only recommended speedhacks activated have messed with any of the other settings.

Regarding my PCSX2 version I used the Beta Full Installer so I am on 09.7.3876m.

Thanks for the help guys Smile
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#13
as saiki said : if you run on native, does it still lag ?
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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#14
Wow I feel like an idiot after doing some reading I think I found my issue it was me setting game to 1920x1080 and scaling it by 6 that was lagging it I changed it to 3 and I have a huge improvement so far and no change in visuals.
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#15
(12-06-2010, 01:11 PM)ahddm Wrote: Wow I feel like an idiot after doing some reading I think I found my issue it was me setting game to 1920x1080 and scaling it by 6 that was lagging it I changed it to 3 and I have a huge improvement so far and no change in visuals.
you still not setting it right, if you look at scaling x1 it says use D3D internal res next to 1, so to use internal resolution which you set to 1920x1080 you have to use x1 scaling, the other scaling just enhances image of native by 2 3 4 5 or 6, i personally use d3d internal res 1920x1080, x6 scaling lags on my crossfire setup as well, x5 is fine but i just dont see any quality difference between d3d internal res at 1920x1080 and x4 x5 x6 scalings.
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#16
(12-06-2010, 06:16 PM)vdgamer Wrote: you still not setting it right, if you look at scaling x1 it says use D3D internal res next to 1, so to use internal resolution which you set to 1920x1080 you have to use x1 scaling, the other scaling just enhances image of native by 2 3 4 5 or 6, i personally use d3d internal res 1920x1080, x6 scaling lags on my crossfire setup as well, x5 is fine but i just dont see any quality difference between d3d internal res at 1920x1080 and x4 x5 x6 scalings.

Ahh didn't see that thanks I though scaling was scaling my internal res. I don't get any slow down no matter how crazy it gets with just an internal resolution setting thanks.
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