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Hi guys,

I've just bought a gaming Laptop with 8th Gen i5 CPU and Nvidia GTX 1060 6gb Windows 10. The games are running at the normal speed, sometimes slower and the turbo mode does not change the speed. In comparison I have an older simple office laptop that is 15 times slower, has Windows 8. It runs all the games at full speed and if I use the turbo the games are running 2-3 times faster. I was using exactly the same configs of PCSX2 in the new laptop, also I've tried other settings in Video menu, but nothing changes.

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The new Laptop: CPU: i5-8300H 2.30GHz GPU: GTX1060 6GB RAM: 8GB DDR4

The old one is CPU: intel 1007U 1.50GHz , GPU: HD Graphic family with approx total memory 1792mb, RAM: 4GB DDR4 - according to the directx dialog tool.

Should I reinstall Windows 10 to 8 like on my old laptop or there is other solution to it? Any way to reach higher speed?

Also want to mention that emulators Wii and PSP are running at the speed 600% and above if I turn off the speed limit in the new Laptop. However ePSXe also does not change the speed like in PCSX2.

Help please!
 

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No sir, I don't like it.
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You need to list your plugins and settings and the games you're trying to play. Downgrading to Windows 8 should never be a considered option, btw.

Anyway, make sure that you're using the correct GSDX video plugin for your CPU: at least the SSE 4.2 version. In its settings, make sure that it's set to use the DirectX 10 code path because not only does it look better, but it generally runs faster in many games.

Finally, don't let Windows update your video drivers. Always stick to the ones posted on nVidia's website.
 

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Sorry guys, I found the issue. In the GSD plugin in Adapter menu I didn't choose the Nvidia GTX 1060. After choosing it the speed increased 4-5 times faster. I just missed this menu((

masta.g.86 thanks for suggestion, actually after reading your post I found this problem.

There is the other issue with Lilly pad configuration. I'll start a new topic.
 
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