Thanks a lot! Now I just gotta figure out where to download everything! I'm new to ps2 emulation...is help too much to ask?You should be able to run ffx with no issuses. make sure if your playing the pal version of the game that you run the latest pcsx2 beta. there is a crash fix that will really help you out. (the beta is 1190). also just a reminder that you may have to limit your fps if your cpu renders the game too fast. if you do customize the frame limit to 60 fps>skip frams if slower than 50fps> skip 1 frame and run 3 consecutive frames. i have a core i7 920 and have to limit the frames because my processor runs the game at 150+ fps. which changes all of the dialog to mice. causing the game to be funny sounding but unenjoyable.
If you're interested in OC, you need to know very few things before you even try it, you can damage your HW if you aren't sure what are you doing.I guess? google the processor and I've always been interested in overclocking but... no idea how to do it / : Thanks again!
First I have to change the power supply, my comp only cost me 428$ in best buy rofl...not a bad deal tho but it did come with 300watt PSIf you're interested in OC, you need to know very few things before you even try it, you can damage your HW if you aren't sure what are you doing.
Also you need a "compatible" HW for OC like a mobo that let you play with the voltages, etc.
With your current settings your CPU and VGA will hold it down the performance of PCSX2, OC the CPU around 2.5GHz will help you with the fps, but still many games will be slow.
Also PCSX2 doesn't benefit with quad cores, only uses 2, and that's the cause why PCSX2 recommend dual cores over the quads.
*sigh* NGEMU doesn't tolerate piracy, Read the official rules before posting again.First I have to change the power supply, my comp only cost me 428$ in best buy rofl...not a bad deal tho but it did come with 300watt PS
Other than that, I'm downloading FFX.PAL file and I already got the 0.9.6 version of the emulator so....I'll post here the results before changing the hardware.
And as I said at first, I run a HD game, Half life 2, with all on max and its at 40 FPS in open enviroments...very playable...