Need proper settings for Xenosaga 2
So, after finished Xenosaga Ep1 i decided play Ep2. After viewing FMV fps drops to unplayable speed 25-40 fps.
Pcsx2 settings:

1- pcsx2pg-svn708 MTGS, x2 Cycle rate, IOP, Wait cycles are on, DaZ, FtZ, clamping node is none for both recs.

2-Gsdx 893 SSE4.1 0.1.14 ( DX10 mode 1280*1024 res, texture filtering is enabled)

3-SPU2GHz 1.9.0

Did i miss something or it`s my video card is uselessHuh ?

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Phenom 1055T x6 3.5GHz ; nVidia GTS 250; 6Gb RAM; Windows 7 x64

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Well try native res that'll tell you if it's your video card in a hurry.

And you got Xenosaga 1 to run? On playground all I get is a nice a black screen and on 0.9.5 it broke once you got into game past the first FMV.
The AGWS units make GSdx crawl.It will be bad when these are on screen but you'll get good speeds once you get control of the actual characters instead of their mechs on screen.
Dralor,Xenosaga 1 works fine in 0.9.5 and Playground and in fact I just finished it yesterday on 0.9.5 SVN 389 (fastest pcsx2 build for this game Tongue)
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Well, thats my video card.Sure, native res will help run game faster with bad graphic. If there any solutions exist, i will be pleased.

And yeah, i finished Xenosaga 1 with playground svn 708 and most time i got 50-60 fps Smile

Thanks Bositman, i`ll try^^ I thought leave a game to better times.
Phenom 1055T x6 3.5GHz ; nVidia GTS 250; 6Gb RAM; Windows 7 x64
I got it work. It was it being dual layer not working with gigahetz's cdvd plugin.
I dont know xenosaga2 but i had tried xenosaga episode 3. Best gsdx plugin i tried is gsdx 0.1.7 in directx.10 mode, perhaps you can try that plugin4.
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>> Emulation speed differs for each game. There will be some you can run fast easily, but others will simply require more powerfull hardware <<.

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