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Alright, I built myself a new rig (3.4 HT P4, 1 GB DDR2 533, PCI-E 6600 GT @500:1120), and I've been playing around with PCSX2. My old GF3Ti200 was hopeless, so it's the first time i've been able to see PCSX2 running at a good FPS in the bios.

To get to the point, the orbs in the bios were big blocks. I followed the config guide and set myself to fixed pipeline instead of pixel shaders 2.0.

Now my question is, should I use pixel shaders 1.1 or fixed pipeline?

What do pixel shaders even do? Is this an NVidia-only issue? Is it likely to be fixed with later drivers? Is it already fixed with some beta NVidia drivers?

This has been bugging me for a while... thanks!
 

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Pixel shaders are supposed to simultaneously increase speed and quality...unfortunately gsdx has a bug with nvidia cards making pixel shaders 2.0 cause graphics errors.As far as i know you shouldnt have any problem with pixel shaders 1.1 so check it out ;)
By the way,the bug should be fixed in a future version :)
 
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