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#21
(10-30-2019, 08:29 AM)turtleneckthomas Wrote: I'm seeing a large grey bar on the side using vulkan.  This doesn't occur with opengl.

Latest version of rpcs3.

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Your image didn't attach properly (or maybe it's just not loading for me). Also, post a log
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#22
RPCS3 v0.0.7-9192-bf11a28f Alpha | HEAD | Firmware version: 4.85
Intel® Core™ i9-9900K CPU @ 3.60GHz | 16 Threads | 15.93 GiB RAM | TSC: Bad | AVX+ | TSX-FA
Operating system: Windows, Major: 10, Minor: 0, Build: 18362, Service Pack: none, Compatibility mode: 0
·! 0:00:00.000000 RSX: Found vulkan-compatible GPU: 'GeForce RTX 2080' running on driver 441.20.0.0

Game should be moved to PLAYABLE. Game plays very well. Only settings I tweaked were using Vulkan, disabled SPU loop detection (eliminates some audio crackling that occurs occasionally), and disabled TSX (I was having infrequent random crashes with TSX enabled but have yet to experience it with TSX disabled, needs more testing to see if this is a random correlation or not)

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#23
(12-02-2019, 11:28 PM)connorwalks Wrote: RPCS3 v0.0.7-9192-bf11a28f Alpha | HEAD | Firmware version: 4.85
Intel® Core™ i9-9900K CPU @ 3.60GHz | 16 Threads | 15.93 GiB RAM | TSC: Bad | AVX+ | TSX-FA
Operating system: Windows, Major: 10, Minor: 0, Build: 18362, Service Pack: none, Compatibility mode: 0
·! 0:00:00.000000 RSX: Found vulkan-compatible GPU: 'GeForce RTX 2080' running on driver 441.20.0.0

Game should be moved to PLAYABLE. Game plays very well. Only settings I tweaked were using Vulkan, disabled SPU loop detection (eliminates some audio crackling that occurs occasionally), and disabled TSX (I was having infrequent random crashes with TSX enabled but have yet to experience it with TSX disabled, needs more testing to see if this is a random correlation or not)

DOWNLOAD LOG HERE

A fresh install of RPCS3 fixed my weird screen issues.  The game is reportedly running anywhere from 70-120fps.  Unfortunately there are still many microstutters. Were you able to resolve these?  It's hard to tell from your Youtube video if they are happening on your system.
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#24
(12-05-2019, 08:21 AM)turtleneckthomas Wrote:
(12-02-2019, 11:28 PM)connorwalks Wrote: RPCS3 v0.0.7-9192-bf11a28f Alpha | HEAD | Firmware version: 4.85
Intel® Core™ i9-9900K CPU @ 3.60GHz | 16 Threads | 15.93 GiB RAM | TSC: Bad | AVX+ | TSX-FA
Operating system: Windows, Major: 10, Minor: 0, Build: 18362, Service Pack: none, Compatibility mode: 0
·! 0:00:00.000000 RSX: Found vulkan-compatible GPU: 'GeForce RTX 2080' running on driver 441.20.0.0

Game should be moved to PLAYABLE. Game plays very well. Only settings I tweaked were using Vulkan, disabled SPU loop detection (eliminates some audio crackling that occurs occasionally), and disabled TSX (I was having infrequent random crashes with TSX enabled but have yet to experience it with TSX disabled, needs more testing to see if this is a random correlation or not)

DOWNLOAD LOG HERE

A fresh install of RPCS3 fixed my weird screen issues.  The game is reportedly running anywhere from 70-120fps.  Unfortunately there are still many microstutters. Were you able to resolve these?  It's hard to tell from your Youtube video if they are happening on your system.
I have not noticed any microstutters. Could you try to capture them in a video and upload?
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#25
it's amazing guys.
you say
connorwalks
Game should be moved to PLAYABLE.
i mean you have i9-9900K CPU - of course it will be playable with it  Smile
but i can't play it with my system
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by the system Requirements

Recommended Requirements
For running playable games with proper performance
Minimum Requirements
For being able to run any games or applications at all
CPU - Intel 4-core with HT or 6-cores and up (Haswell and above)
CPU - AMD 6-core with SMT or 8-cores and up (Ryzen only)
CPU - A modern 64-bit capable processor
CPU - 32-bit processors are not supported
GPU - Vulkan compatible AMD or NVIDIA graphics card
GPU - OpenGL 4.3 compatible or greater
RAM - 8GB of memory or greater
RAM - 4GB of memory at minimum
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#26
(03-14-2020, 12:36 PM)tricui1 Wrote: it's amazing guys.
you say
connorwalks
Game should be moved to PLAYABLE.
i mean you have i9-9900K CPU - of course it will be playable with it  Smile
but i can't play it with my system
https://valid.x86.fr/q62z68
Sad
by the system Requirements

agreed, at some point the mods here decided that the $500+ 9900k is now the standard for what games are considered "playable".  not to mention most of the playability reports posted here are by testers who test for about 10 minutes and if the frame rate is good on their i9 9900k, then they label it "playable".  in other words, the playability status on this site has no real credibility or standing...you're on your own for testing it on your own hardware to know the real status.
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#27
(03-14-2020, 08:27 PM)theDreamcaster Wrote:
(03-14-2020, 12:36 PM)tricui1 Wrote: it's amazing guys.
you say
connorwalks
Game should be moved to PLAYABLE.
i mean you have i9-9900K CPU - of course it will be playable with it  Smile
but i can't play it with my system
https://valid.x86.fr/q62z68
Sad
by the system Requirements

agreed, at some point the mods here decided that the $500+ 9900k is now the standard for what games are considered "playable".  not to mention most of the playability reports posted here are by testers who test for about 10 minutes and if the frame rate is good on their i9 9900k, then they label it "playable".  in other words, the playability status on this site has no real credibility or standing...you're on your own for testing it on your own hardware to know the real status.

If it's not playable on your system, and your system is reasonable (Ryzen 3600 for example) then make a report. Nothing is stopping you aside from your own laziness. But tricui1 has a fucking Ivy Bridge Xeon. That's terrible for RPCS3, and he complains about the game not being playable. Obviously it will not be playable on that system.

I'm sorry I don't buy a second computer and test on that for you too. Feel free to send me $700 or a computer so I can test on what you deem acceptable hardware. But what do you expect me to do? Make a report calling it ingame when it's playable on my CPU and nothing suggests it wouldn't be playable on reasonable hardware? As far as I can tell, it's playable. Not like I'm scraping out 40FPS, it's sitting at 70-80 FPS the entire time.

And I don't just test for 10 minutes. I just upload a quickplay because it's easier to upload. I play these games multiple times and usually bought and dumped them because I enjoyed them, not just to test for RPCS3 to make a report. It's not like I get paid to make these reports lol

Games are not determined to be playable based off 9900K performance. Otherwise RDR would be playable along with others.

So please stop whining about this. The answer is simple, and I'll repeat it yet again. If you have reasonable specs and feel the game shouldn't be labeled playable then upload video + log showing how it's not playable instead of whining about people who have a 9900K make "unrealistic" reports
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#28
(03-14-2020, 08:55 PM)connorwalks Wrote: But tricui1 has a fucking Ivy Bridge Xeon

You said that my CPU is old and crap  Sad

OK, just googled i9-9900k 5Ghz Cinebench r20 - result 5101;
and my result in my dual CPU system is 5579  Wink
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dh8qRKr0WVo
OK i can agree that my system is crap in rpcs3 context...
But i told with people in rpcs3 chat already and they said me
that at the some point any game will be playable with core 2 duo...
so my question is "When i will can play in NHL games with my system?"
any way big progress in NHL games guys congrats!!!  Idea
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#29
(03-15-2020, 08:21 AM)tricui1 Wrote:
(03-14-2020, 08:55 PM)connorwalks Wrote: But tricui1 has a fucking Ivy Bridge Xeon

You said that my CPU is old and crap  Sad

OK, just googled i9-9900k 5Ghz Cinebench r20 - result 5101;
and my result in my dual CPU system is 5579  Wink
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dh8qRKr0WVo
OK i can agree that my system is crap in rpcs3 context...
But i told with people in rpcs3 chat already and they said me
that at the some point any game will be playable with core 2 duo...
so my question is "When i will can play in NHL games with my system?"
any way big progress in NHL games guys congrats!!! 
Now compare your Xeon Dual-Socket system Single Thread Rating with his I9-9900K , then you should see why his performance is so much better
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#30
(03-15-2020, 08:21 AM)tricui1 Wrote: But i told with people in rpcs3 chat already and they said me

that at the some point any game will be playable with core 2 duo...

I know for a FACT that nobody working with/on the project actually told you that... because it's just flat out wrong

You have a dual socket ivy bridge xeon system. It might get a decent cinebench score based on having 40 threads, but RPCS3 can't leverage 40 threads. Pretty sure it maxes out somewhere from 12-16. And those are all slow cores, not to mention the inherent issues with a dual socket system

For RPCS3 you want something that meets the very requirements you posted
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