Wait seriously? I have a 4850 now, how much fps will I gain if I upgrade on an E8400? Mainly the reason was for dolphin since I build my comp for PS2 emulation in the first place but if it makes little sense to upgrade (PC games still satisfy me enough on 720p/30fps) I guess I'll wait till they go cheaper.Minsc said:Makes no/little difference, OP is using a 4800-series card as you can see from the screens, that is probably even overkill, depending on how much AA you need.
All the OP lacks is a super-sharp high-res real-life picture of the emulator being output in 1080p to a nice HDTV, really showing up a traditional Nintendo Wii! Good job
timetokill said:Did you actually get through it? I couldn't stop laughing and/or shaking my head at it :\ I skimmed through it, but I was really disappointed with it.
1-D_FTW said:Or maybe I'll just stick to Wii. I wasn't interested before because I thought it needed quad core. I can probably overclock my dual core close to 4 Ghz, but if 3.7 isn't manly enough, maybe I'll just wait.:lol
miladesn said:Rogue Squadron games still don't work?
and post some Pikmin 2 and Paper Mario pics please.
Stallion Free said:
SalsaShark said:Ok, is it normal that i get the kind of drops in fps that i posted on the last page in WW ?
core2duo e7200 @ 2.5 ghz
Nvidia 9600gt 512mb ddr3
Maybe is just the first island part ?
Stallion Free said:You are wrong, I run at full speed (30 fps = 100% speed) at 1080p with 4x SSAA on a Q9400 clocked at 3.6 ghz.
SalsaShark said:Nope. Win XP 32 bit.
Can i still use the 64bit version or something ?
Stallion Free said:Nope you can't, but apparently 64-bit does increase the performance. You really should be upgraded to Windows 7 by now, no excuses really. Also, your video card is a bit on the weak side.
SalsaShark said:Yeah, getting a new 500gb HDD next week since im a bit out of space and was already going to upgrade for Just Cause 2. And really ? the video card ? i thought the main problem was going to be the processor speed. Good to know, thanks!
Dacvak said:Can you post, in great detail, your exact system specs and the performance you get on various games. (Preferably with any significant preferences noted.)
Stallion Free said:Yeah, now that I am looking at it, your processor is kinda slow as well. Have you overclocked it at all?
Upgrading to a 64-bit OS would be more worthwhile than adding another gig of RAM. You might also want to look into overclocking your processor.Pizza Luigi said:So I'm pretty confident about my pc doing all this except for my RAM. I never upgraded it in the years I have this, and maybe I should before I'm going to even try this. So tell me:
Intel(R) Core 2 Quad CPU @ 2.40Ghz
GeForce 8800GTX 786MB
Windows Vista 32-bit
Is this enough, I only want to play Gamecube games, no Wii games for now. Zelda and stuff. If you recommend for me to buy another GB (can only put one extra in, Vista 32-bit only supports up to 3GB) I will go out and buy that, but if you think I'll manage for now, I'll keep it at this.
Enemy Of Fate said:Can somone please help me?I posted in the other topic but never got a response.I'd REALLY like to run Dolphin on my laptop, but for some time every time I install it and try to run it, it just says "can't init. pad settings".Basically no plugins are available for me to choose for either the GC pad or the wiimote, they don't even appear in the drop down menu.Can anyone help me with this?Please?
Wii said:stallion, f-zero gx has a widescreen mode, which should unstretch the HUD
Caesar III said:Is there no other way to get the games off the discs?