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Problem with RTX 3090?
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I tried playing with my latest PC built with RTX 3090. However The FMV section is flickering real bad. I tried one game Front Mission 4. It's almost seizure inducing. Helllp mee please T_T


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#2
What graphics plugin are you using? I had a similar problem with Dragon's Lair 3D flickering and displaying weird graphics. I changed the plugin and it fixed it
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#3
this? avx2 one i think.


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(11-23-2020, 10:18 PM)Gunawan Wrote: this? avx2 one i think.

Try using the GSdx32-SSE4 one.  That's the one I use.  Then when I configure the plugin, I use the OpenGL backend
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#5
you need to "swap" the renderer during emulation.

during FMV and without shutdown the emulation change the renderer openGL to DX11 that will fix the flickering FMV you may go back to openGL once the flickering is fixed...

the dev. need to craft this gamefixes otherwise you have to do it manually as stated above.
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(11-23-2020, 09:59 PM)Gunawan Wrote: I tried playing with my latest PC built with RTX 3090. However The FMV section is flickering real bad. I tried one game Front Mission 4. It's almost seizure inducing. Helllp mee please T_T

For the flickering of FMV for front mission 4 , set graphics to software.
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