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Shadow of the Colossus !!!
#21
I encountered your varying framerate problem when I used the x3 cycle rate speed hack. I don't think you can get a steady framerate with the current build of PCSX2, we're gonna have to wait.
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#22
Yep, it's as I thought. Oh well, patience seems to be key with PCSX2... not that that's a bad thing, I remember laughing at the thought of playing Kingdom Hearts and look how far we've come now!
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#23
i just added x3 cycle rate and the progressive scan and it goes up to 60 frames all the time , mmm maybe it drops to 56.

but yeah i cheat cause i have core i7 and gtx 285 :/
#24
Adding x3 cycle improves much Speed.
#25
Yeah, and it also nearly breaks the game.
FPS numbers are high, game runs like crap (skipping like mad).
Doesn't anybody (besides With Teeth ^^ ) notice?
#26
game runs flawlessly with x3 hack if the framerate limiter is set to normal. It gives 70-150 FPS, but the gameplay become more... action Laugh
#27
Some gameplay from this game. On my machine in 1600x1280 internall ress i have fully 60FSP Wink

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIhdpzTUnoU - #16p1 - HD
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zkcOSS3eGI - #3 - HD
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Gx1fLSjpYE - #13p2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_i78ORcPTw - #13p1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hISp2raiDIs - #2
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#28
(03-16-2009, 12:40 PM)rama Wrote: Yeah, and it also nearly breaks the game.
FPS numbers are high, game runs like crap (skipping like mad).
Doesn't anybody (besides With Teeth ^^ ) notice?

i dont notice this frame skiping ur talking about , maybe if u add limit to frames it wont happend to you
#29
Look into the sky and let loose the controller. The camera will move from the sky view to whatever you're looking at then.
Limit the whole thing to 60fps. Now watch how horribly the thing starts to skip as soon as it has to render stuff.
I'm surprised the game does even work with the emotion engine basically set to 100mhz...

Btw, the word is "you". Not u, not ur. Thanks Smile
#30
Im also getting no where fast with this game, tryed all the tips and tweaks here and just 11fps on x3 with 0.1.4 on a AMDx2 7750 3.0ghz, 4gb ram, gf8200 , win7 64bit ...




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