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PCSX2 1.6.0 is out!
#1
Huge thanks to everyone that helped get this release ready, over 4 years in the making.

The PCSX2 Dev Team wishes everyone happy emulation with the new release.
The below is a list of highlights, see each respective progress report.
At present we only have the new Windows Installer and Binary available however Linux users can compile from source by following this guide.


Changelog:
https://pcsx2.net/293-pcsx2-1-6-0-is-out.html
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#2
Well this is weird, logged in today for the first time in must be 2yrs on a whim and 1.6.0 is released at the very same time!!

Talk about coincidence....

Thanks for the work getting to this stage.

EDIT:

LOL, I still have my old PC spec as my signature, Updated to a 9900K RTX 2080 rig in July 2019.
System:

Fractal Meshify C Dark Tint
Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro Wi-Fi
Intel i9 9900K (5Ghz 1.335vlts)
BeQuiet Dark Rock 4 CPU Cooler
32Gb Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB 3200 DDR4
EVGA RTX 2080
512Gb Gigabyte NVMe SSD (Boot Drive)
1Tb Crucial NVMe SSD (Games)
2Tb Seagate HD (Steam)
3Tb Seagate HD (Media)
6Tb Seagate HD (Backup, External)
Corsair 850w RMX Gold PSU
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#3
4 years... I guess that's the reason we skipping 1.5.0 Laugh
Good job!
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#4
Not really Tongue, we've always been following this: https://pcsx2.net/developer-blog/207-new...ttern.html
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#5
(05-07-2020, 02:28 PM)Bositman Wrote: Not really Tongue, we've always been following this: https://pcsx2.net/developer-blog/207-new...ttern.html

You know a post is old when it says 'wx-enhanced!' in it.  Tongue

--arcum42
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#6
So i'm just wondering, it's always better to use the latest dev builds or is this new stable build is better?
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#7
Depends what you mean 'better'. Stable release should be what it says 'stable', while nightly builds could be unstable or buggy (although not usually) but with the bleeding edge fixes and improvements
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#8
(05-08-2020, 11:36 AM)Bositman Wrote: Depends what you mean 'better'. Stable release should be what it says 'stable', while nightly builds could be unstable or buggy (although not usually) but with the bleeding edge fixes and improvements

Yeah sorry it's the latter of what you said that i was looking for, thanks for the quick response.
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#9
Congratulations on the new release and  a huge "thank you" to all of the developers.
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#10
(05-07-2020, 11:00 AM)Bositman Wrote: Huge thanks to everyone that helped get this release ready, over 4 years in the making.

The PCSX2 Dev Team wishes everyone happy emulation with the new release.
The below is a list of highlights, see each respective progress report.
At present we only have the new Windows Installer and Binary available however Linux users can compile from source by following this guide.


Changelog:
https://pcsx2.net/293-pcsx2-1-6-0-is-out.html

PCSX2 - add a function to change the resolution of software render

http://chng.it/sdDgrZmFgF
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