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PCSX2 have some slowdowns
#11
(04-18-2015, 08:13 PM)ssakash Wrote: Try setting windows performance plan to high and play your laptop while plugging in. If it still doesn't work then, you should try considering a upgrade.

And what should I upgrade?
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#12
You should either try getting a high end desktop (or) a high end laptop since, this is game is demanding. Or you could still play it on your ps2. Smile
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(04-18-2015, 08:18 PM)ssakash Wrote: You should either try getting a high end desktop (or) a high end laptop since, this is game is demanding. Or you could still play it on your ps2. Smile

Is there any option that I can do to get the game any smoother? Whats the differnce between run a game normal or fast? If I set my graphic settings lower could I run the game better?
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#14
Unfortunately, no.
Back to your ps2
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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#15
You should try and see it yourself whether reducing the internal resolution speeds up the game (or) not. I don't think your processor can handle even smoother gameplay if, it couldn't handle the normal method well. There is a way to have smoother gameplay but, it will probably be slow on your laptop processor.
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#16
(04-18-2015, 08:53 PM)ssakash Wrote: You should try and see it yourself whether reducing the internal resolution speeds up the game (or) not. I don't think your processor can handle even smoother gameplay if, it couldn't handle the normal method well. There is a way to have smoother gameplay but, it will probably be slow on your laptop processor.

No I looked up in the Task-Manager 3,45-3,55 GHz plugged in and 1,65 GHz if plugged out. We found the problem!
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#17
Some kind of power saving feature might have been initialized when, the laptop is not plugged in. That makes sense Smile
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(04-18-2015, 09:12 PM)ssakash Wrote: Some kind of power saving feature might have been initialized when, the laptop is not plugged in. That makes sense Smile

Well *****, the question is how can I disable this "feature" I have a i5-4340M
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#19
I have said that before, set windows performance plan to high performance in control panel.
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#20
(04-18-2015, 09:27 PM)ssakash Wrote: I have said that before, set windows performance plan to high performance in control panel.

Yeah I set it already. It was on high perfomance as I looked up on the task manager
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