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Is pcsx2 harmful for my laptop hardware?
#11
Well the laptop works perfectly fine if I don't allow turbo mode to run

The situation is the same on my pc(exept the noise)and the laptop is MSI72VR 6RF(i7-6700HQ\GTX1060)
On the laptop I have a button that makes the fans to run at full speed and when I do that,after around 30 seconds,it becomes really laud(I am still with the headphones).When I remove the headphones,it really sounds like a vacuum cleaner and the air from the fans is strong but the temp don't go down by much

I am in a 27c room and I barely see any performance difference between 2.5ghz and 3.2ghz(3.5 only on one core)
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#12
yeah, most gaming laptops are quite loud. My cousin has one with gtx 1060, too. It's really loud because these monsters need to be heavily cooled. Guess 2 fans and a lot of hot air coming from back side. I think 1050 is better if You don't want much noise and 1060 is more meant for desktop pcs
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#13
Yeah with my MSI gaming laptop I have to have it on High performance mode to get the emulator to run at full speed. And It loud but I do not hear it because of the usage of Headphones. I have a GTX 1060 6GB. It Also has 2 fans one for the CPU and the other for the GPU. And that is just for playing Persona 3 FES.
Using the D3d11 Renderer
@ 4x Native Resolution
16X AF
Mini Mapping (Ins) Full
CRC Hacking Agressive
FXAA Enabled
Texture Filtering Of Display Enabled
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#14
For nvidia card,better use OpenGL and also make sure that you actually see the difference of using 4x scaling on such a small screen(mine is 17 inch and 3x is more than enough)
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#15
I have a 15.6 inch screen on mine and maybe you have something there by using 3x will be less stressful on the hardware and maybe OpenGL will have a performance boost.
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