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#21
(07-26-2014, 11:44 AM)jesalvein Wrote: Afaik, budokai series arent demanding except episode 3.
What do the ee% & gs% say when you get slowdowns ?

I dont remember off the the top of my head. ill have to run the game again to see the percentages
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#22
ok just ran budokai 3 from the disc on the emulator and the video is all fine i guess it was just the downloaded copy of the game that was messed up but the sound seems like its messing up and the ee is jumping around between 28 - 48 % give or take and the gs is staying under 30% what would be causing the audio to stutter and stuff?
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(07-26-2014, 09:57 PM)Devilswarchild Wrote: ok just ran budokai 3 from the disc on the emulator and the video is all fine i guess it was just the downloaded copy of the game that was messed up but the sound seems like its messing up and the ee is jumping around between 28 - 48 % give or take and the gs is staying under 30% what would be causing the audio to stutter and stuff?
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Thread reopened after OP brought some proofs of his good will.
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ok good so i fixed my video issue it was not set to my gpu and turned async on for spu2 its a bit better but i would like it to sound normal instead of having a couple seconds of scratchiness hear tand there what else can i do to make the emulator run even more closely to an actual ps2?
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