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Plugin: Pete's OpenGL2 Driver 2.6
Author: Pete Bernert
Card vendor: ATI Technologies Inc.
GFX card: RADEON 9800 x86/SSE2

- 800x600 Fullscreen - NO desktop changing
- Internal X resolution: 1
- Internal Y resolution: 2
- Keep psx aspect ratio: on
- No render-to-texture: off

- Filtering: 0
- Hi-Res textures: 0
- TexWin pixel shader: off
- VRam size: 0 MBytes

- FPS limitation: on
- Frame skipping: off
- FPS limit: Auto

- Offscreen drawing: 2
- Framebuffer effects: 3
- Framebuffer uploads: 1

- Scanlines: off
- Mdec filter: off
- Screen filtering: on
- Shader effects: 0/1
- Flicker-fix border size: 0
- GF4/XP crash fix: off
- Game fixes: off [00000000]

Thats the settings I use to play Alundra. The game plays perfectly like that with absolutely no problems at all. However I want to reduce the resolution to 640x480 but when I do the game plays slightly slower than usual in full screen mode. When windowed it plays fine.

Anyone know how to fix this? Thanks

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Try disabling psx aspect ratio and enabling texwin pixel shader. You should try also lowering offscreen drawing to 1 and framebuffer effects to 2.

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Well, your tv display isnt going to use anything higher than that fully, so yes, it's probably the best. It's really weird that you are having a slowdown lowering the resolution. Maybe you should try updating your card drivers, or if they are the latest, try a previous set, maybe the one you are using has a problem with that particular resolution.

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Kind of off-topic, but don't most TV's run at 320X240?

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NTSC is ~640x480. PAL is ~800x600
There are other resoloutions, but they are on Progressive Scan capable TVs (Expensive ones.
An 'i' after the name denotes interlaced (half-height) resolution (PAL and NTSC standards are both interlaced). A 'p' denotes progressive (full-height) resolution. The name usualy shows the vertical resolution (480p is 640x480 progressive for example)
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