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resident evil dead aim - graphic issue
#1
hello! another custom resolution more high than 1080p to run wihout this issue
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i found work fine with 1200x1200, but is low for me

i use Hardware mode
and i've been disable HW Hacks , and i use gtx 970

thanks
Motherboard: Asus B85-Plus
CPU: Core Intel i7 4790k 4.0ghz
RAM: 24gb (3x8gb) Kingston Hyperx Ddr3 1600Mhz Red Khx16c10b1r/8
GPU: NVIDIA GTX 970 4gb  (3.5gb Real, NVIDIA lie)
SO: Windows 10 64bit with dx12_1 level
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#2
Try leaving the X as 1200 but changing the Y

e.g. 1200x2400

1200 on the X is about as high as you can go for the games that get black stripes.
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#3
(02-05-2015, 05:21 AM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: Try leaving the X as 1200 but changing the Y

e.g. 1200x2400

1200 on the X is about as high as you can go for the games that get black stripes.

work fine with 1200x4800, thanks Smile
Motherboard: Asus B85-Plus
CPU: Core Intel i7 4790k 4.0ghz
RAM: 24gb (3x8gb) Kingston Hyperx Ddr3 1600Mhz Red Khx16c10b1r/8
GPU: NVIDIA GTX 970 4gb  (3.5gb Real, NVIDIA lie)
SO: Windows 10 64bit with dx12_1 level
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#4
I was about to say, there are certain custom resolutions you gotta use for this game for some reason. Check out my post in the compatibility guide, I've got a list of bugs, and how to fix them.
http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-Resident-...9-U--29903
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(02-05-2015, 05:43 AM)xenoriddley Wrote: I was about to say, there are certain custom resolutions you gotta use for this game for some reason. Check out my post in the compatibility guide, I've got a list of bugs, and how to fix them.
http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-Resident-...9-U--29903

with this and using msi afterburner
i could saw that increment Y resolution consume little vram
but increment X resolution produce an increment of vram x3

and my curiosity is why X resolution consume more vram than Y? thanks
Motherboard: Asus B85-Plus
CPU: Core Intel i7 4790k 4.0ghz
RAM: 24gb (3x8gb) Kingston Hyperx Ddr3 1600Mhz Red Khx16c10b1r/8
GPU: NVIDIA GTX 970 4gb  (3.5gb Real, NVIDIA lie)
SO: Windows 10 64bit with dx12_1 level
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