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[LIST] Games that may not work well with MTVU
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(10-20-2013, 06:52 AM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: Note: Their seems to be some discrepancy between different processors. I'm not sure if it's the brand yet, or the overall speed of the processor. But it seems like people have more MTVU Slowdown with AMD processors than Intel. Broken games should be CPU independent.

(11-24-2013, 10:55 PM)God601 Wrote: with my Xeon E5-2643 , Xenosaga runs better with MTVU activated

Yep. It happens more with AMD Processors than Intel.

Although remember the scene you said in the other thread slowed you down to 50 FPS? Try it without MTVU.
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#32
nope... even worse with MTVU off , it goes to around 45 FPS

umm... if I put MTVU at off for the game Champions : Return to Arms , the games runs for about 2-3 more FPS
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#33
Tony Hawks Pro Skater 4: Broken with MTVU on.

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(11-24-2013, 11:14 PM)God601 Wrote: nope... even worse with MTVU off , it goes to around 45 FPS

umm... if I put MTVU at off for the game Champions : Return to Arms , the games runs for about 2-3 more FPS

That's most likely because you are running that game in software(with 8 threads, I recall) and the MTVU is competing with those threads. Turning it off gives more resources to your software threads. If it happens in hardware mode though, I will add it.


(11-25-2013, 12:12 AM)GeoMan Wrote: Tony Hawks Pro Skater 4: Broken with MTVU on.

Adding it, thanks.
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#35
umm :/
i can't use hardware mode since the game split the screen in 2 =.=
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#36
Still possible to test MTVU in hardware mode just don't pay attention to what is on screen and just move around and see what happens.
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#37
*Disregard this post, please delete it if necessary*
*There was a crash bug with MTVU enabled on previous SVN versions but has since been fixed with the latest SVN 5764.*
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#38
Sled Storm also requires MTVU off.

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(12-05-2013, 02:35 AM)GeoMan Wrote: Sled Storm also requires MTVU off.

Why? What happens?

I'll go ahead and put it on the list, but I do like to include what it causes too.

Thanks for the report.
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(12-05-2013, 03:38 AM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: Why? What happens?

I'll go ahead and put it on the list, but I do like to include what it causes too.

Thanks for the report.

Black screen with MTVU on. With MTVU off it is fully playable (some graphic glitches are corrected by changing the Clamping mode to Extra).

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