As someone who suddenly turned up on these forums, asked for a solution to something and got it on the same day, I want to say thank you for being such a generous and nice community (something rather rare these days) - and of course for developing pcsx2, which is utterly brilliant.
Thank you very much to all of the developers and authors on the pcsx2 project,its amazing how far it has come the emulation world wouldnt be the same without you,Ill be sure to donate as much and as often as possible thank you again for all your hard work keep up the amazing job. :thumb:
I've rarely posted on this board, but the pcsx2 team and many other emu authors deserve a HUGE thanks. I've enjoyed many games via emulation, and right now I'm enjoying Dragon Quest V Reprise because of awesome guys coding stuff. Thanks.
On my upgraded computer i was able to achieve full speed in ff12 without any speed hacks and it emulates perfectly i was able to turn on MSAA and turn everything on in gsdx and at a higher resolution of 1800 X 1023 and everything is eye candy from their. Even tho pcsx2 is not a complete emulater its has climbed alot. On higher end machines on max settings ps2 games can be eye candy dependent on the hardware that your runin. FF12 is the game that im currently playing and it looks almost like a ps3 game with everything on max.
my system specs
cpu-amd x4 965 BE c3 3.9ghz
ram-Y data 4 gigs DDR3
video- BFG geforce 9800GTX+ OC 512 DDR3
OS-windows 7 ultimate
Hey, you guys made a well working ps2 emulator right underneath my nose. (I haven't been around here in along time as you can see).
I was messing around with ePSXe for so many years and even yesterday I was still messing with it then I found this! I'm so happy, now I can play DBZ BT3 on my PC in pseudo hi-res. Beats the heck out of my aging PS2 on a 17" Standard-Def TV screen.
In fact, ever since NBA 2K made it's way to the PC market last season DBZ BT3 was the only reason I was still hanging on to my PS2. Now I can finally put it away for good.
AND it works so WELL! Besides some minor sound screeching and stutters, pcsx2 has definitely made tremendous progress, especially when compared with past console emulators.