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Final Fantasy Xii Slow.
#11
Ah hell, i have a stock cooler and i cant OC with that. Sometimes the game runs super fast but most of the time its unplayable.

Also another issue is Why do the controls allways change ? Its so iritating. I set the movement keys to WSAD. But when i press S it opens up the Change leader menu, and then WS dont even work on Menus. I have to set it on a completly different button for it to work. Now its on 1.2 and its really annoying.

How can i fix it that the movement buttons work in menus and combat ? i have set the Wsad to Analog, not the arrows.

Or someone can send me their keyboard file so it wont change.
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#12
Simply because movement is handled by the left stick, while navigation in menus are handled by the d-pad.
Honstely, you'd better play it on your ps2 for now. Your machine Wont be up to the par.
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#13
SO i have to use 3 sets of movements buttons 2 analog and movement keys ? I dont have 3 hands to handle all of that. I have set my keys to Wsad and the other main buttons to 4568. I could use the analog buttons for some time but W/up never worked in menus. Had to use S/down to get back up.

But now i cant even do that. A few years ago i finished the game on the same PC and i think i had better fps then. I had 2gb and 9800gt then. So now its doubled and the performance is worse.

Nvm i can probably make it work on 2 extra buttons but navigating the menus will be slow.
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#14
Maybe your cpu had a better clockrate.
And years ago, pcsx2 wasnt as accurate as it is now.

That´s why i said your ps2 would probably be your best bet for now.
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#15
even with my old AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ FFXII ran crappy in towns, outside it was quite doable.
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