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Raw Rulz
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Hello ! I am new here. I want to know how to enable GSDX10 in PCSX2.

I have 3.0 GHZ RAM: 512 VIDEO CARD :256

I play slowly but I enjoy it. I use GSDX9 and I want to emulate with GSDX10. I hope you understand me. How I can do that please?
 

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No sir, I don't like it.
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This is in no way helpful at all. We need the make and model of your video card.

Aside from that, have you tried going into the graphics configuration and set the DX mode to DX10 Hardware?
 

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No sir, I don't like it.
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:lol:

The reason is simple: your video card doesn't support DX10. You need a card from nVidia's 8xxx series at least to play in DX10, as well as Vista or Windows 7.

EDIT: or at least an ATI 2xxx series...
 

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Geforce 6600 is crap. Try it and you'll see ;)
 

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You shouldn't get offended, PCSX2 requires a fast dual-core CPU. You've not stated what CPU you have, but the clock speed implies some kind of P4 (because a 3GHz Core2 is quite high end, not reflected by the rest of your system, I'm assuming you have a P4) which won't cut it. 4 year old tech and single core.

The RAM is low, bare minimum should be 1GB, though 2GB would be ideal. But this won't have massive impact on PCSX2 as long as you have 'enough'.

And while PCSX2 doesn't rely so much on GPU (I use an 8400m GS), it does require a GPU that isn't a bottleneck, which yours could be.

So it really will require a new system for you, I'm afraid, because pretty much everything needs to be upgraded (a CPU upgrade would require a new motherboard, for example).
 

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Raw Rulz
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You shouldn't get offended, PCSX2 requires a fast dual-core CPU. You've not stated what CPU you have, but the clock speed implies some kind of P4 (because a 3GHz Core2 is quite high end, not reflected by the rest of your system, I'm assuming you have a P4) which won't cut it. 4 year old tech and single core.

The RAM is low, bare minimum should be 1GB, though 2GB would be ideal. But this won't have massive impact on PCSX2 as long as you have 'enough'.

And while PCSX2 doesn't rely so much on GPU (I use an 8400m GS), it does require a GPU that isn't a bottleneck, which yours could be.

So it really will require a new system for you, I'm afraid, because pretty much everything needs to be upgraded (a CPU upgrade would require a new motherboard, for example).
Hm. This is very complete and full answer. I dont get offended but its not ****ty comp you know... Today father will bring me new ram :) 1 more gb and I will have 1.5 gb That will be pretty good. I have Processor with Asrock motherboard 3.0 GHZ. Hm I know neither this will be perfect, But I hope I will play such that I could even enjoy some moments.... I mean I play smackdown vs raw and have a hope will be faster... Thank you all for complete answers
 

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The RAM may help slightly (and I emphasize slightly) since it's only 512MB now, but it wouldn't help as much as either a new CPU (would make the most impact), or a new GPU (would make the second most impact). I'm just warning you not to get your hopes up too high. However, the extra RAM should help your computer be more smooth and fluid at things overall. 512MB is pretty low nowadays, especially if you're doing more than basic stuff.
 

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As they stated, I doubt more RAM gives you an extra frame per second. PCSX2 performance is almost completely dependent on your CPU, the only way things will get better is to upgrade to a C2D or C2Q, or i7 for that matter.
 

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Raw Rulz
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The RAM may help slightly (and I emphasize slightly) since it's only 512MB now, but it wouldn't help as much as either a new CPU (would make the most impact), or a new GPU (would make the second most impact). I'm just warning you not to get your hopes up too high. However, the extra RAM should help your computer be more smooth and fluid at things overall. 512MB is pretty low nowadays, especially if you're doing more than basic stuff.
I have upgraded ram right now to 1.5 GB but happened what we expected... The same speed. Thanks anyway all

As they stated, I doubt more RAM gives you an extra frame per second. PCSX2 performance is almost completely dependent on your CPU, the only way things will get better is to upgrade to a C2D or C2Q, or i7 for that matter.
I have upgraded ram right now to 1.5 GB but happened what we expected... The same speed. Thanks anyway all
 
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