One piece grand battle
I'm having a big isuue with One piece Grand battle
I was reading this forum for a couple of hours and I saw that someone had similar issue to mine a couple of years ago but I couldn't find the answer.

The issue is i have those stripes all over the screen and the sound is extremely choppy and fps is low
My system specs are
Nvidia Geforce 8600 GTS
Intel pentium D CPU 2.80 Ghz 2.80 Ghz
Ram 2 GB
OS Windows 7 32 bit
Btw when i select renderer direct3d10 software the stripes are gone but then the game is even slower (fps near zero)
Help pls

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Pentium d im sure that u have an e5500 ok ...sw mode is slow because the proccessor is weak .... Mess up with some hw hack maybe help u..
far from a bug report.
moved to general discussion
CPU : AMD Ryzen 7 3800X
Mobo : Asus PRIME B450-PLUS
GPU : NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070
RAM : 16 Go
Set extra rendering threads to 2 in video plugin setting & tick edge anti aliasing for software mode (Hotkey F9)

For hardware mode tick enable Hw hacks-configure
tick half pixel offset & wild arms offset,

if not working tell me i'll give u other solution !
Software mode is still too slow and its because my cpu is crap
HW hacks I only have HW anti aliasing, alpha hack, offset hack(I ticked it) and skipdraw hack
Still stripes and choppy sound
Are there sound hacks or something?
which pcsx2 version are you using ?

Oh, and and BTW, whatever you do, this game will be slow.
Your CPu is much too weak for this game under pcsx2.

better play it on your PS2 until you get a decent machine...
CPU : AMD Ryzen 7 3800X
Mobo : Asus PRIME B450-PLUS
GPU : NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070
RAM : 16 Go
I wouldn't install pcsx2 if my PS2 was working
I haven't played it for a year and now it doesn't work Sad(
Well unfortunately your only options are to buy a new ps2, buy an original fat ps3 that had backwards compatibility or upgrade your system.
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