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Software Mode faster than Hardware Mode in my case?
#11
Intel HD Graphics and most integrated are slow but my pc has 2 gpus and NVIDIA runs 40fps faster than integrated
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#12
(11-12-2012, 04:36 PM)billyash Wrote: Constant skipping is unsure, coz sometime caused graphic glitch.
And also SW is smoother coz it's filtering is set always on. If you want faster try use this gsdx in SW mode and turn off texture filtering http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-Help-Turn...#pid267202 ...Hope that help Smile

So I checked that thread out but they only have the settings for SSE2.
Im using SSSE, how do I do it?
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#13
you have a VERY similar, if not identical board to what my E2200 (now being unused) has. from a former 630i user to a current one. set GSdx at 384x384 and you shouldn't run into problems. and obviously, use hardware mode
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(11-13-2012, 03:44 PM)Saiki Wrote: you have a VERY similar, if not identical board to what my E2200 (now being unused) has. from a former 630i user to a current one. set GSdx at 384x384 and you shouldn't run into problems. and obviously, use hardware mode

Yes! It gives me a constant 60 fps! However, the graphics gets a little bit distorted. Can I set it to a little higher, like 400x400? Or is 384 a fixed one?
And what do I check/uncheck with the other settings:
Interlacing
Texture Filtering
Allow 8bit textures
Logarithmic-Z
Alpha Correction

Thanks again!!!
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#15
384 is a power of 2 resolution
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#16
(11-14-2012, 10:29 AM)Saiki Wrote: 384 is a power of 2 resolution

I tried 450x450 its running fast but there are glitches on the floor
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#17
I noticed that 384 gives the least. I have tried others
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#18
(11-14-2012, 10:57 AM)Saiki Wrote: I noticed that 384 gives the least. I have tried others

Okay. Anyways, ideas on how these affect?
Interlacing Texture Filtering Allow 8bit textures Logarithmic-Z Alpha Correction
And THANKS!
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#19
well. I use dx10, but I can try to whip together DX9 setting for you if you need it

this is the GPU I use. req 300w supply, not the greatest card, but supports dx11

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.as...6814130656

(sorry, forgot to add link lol)
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#20
(11-13-2012, 02:44 PM)xXapparatusXx Wrote: So I checked that thread out but they only have the settings for SSE2.
Im using SSSE, how do I do it?

just change your plugin to SSE2 Smile
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