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NHL 13 [BLUS31003]
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RPCS3 v0.0.4-6359-a27e2db45 Alpha | master

Gets in-game, freezes after a while. Tested with LLVM recomp and ASMJIT recomp.

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#2
RPCS3 v0.0.7-9192-bf11a28f Alpha
Game should be moved to PLAYABLE. Plays well with no hiccups that I noticed. Default settings with Vulkan, SPU loop detection disabled and TSX disabled.

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#3
Why are this games still Ingame if it's Playable?
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#4
(12-04-2019, 03:15 AM)Sandi1987 Wrote: Why are this games still Ingame if it's Playable?

Because a moderator hasn't seen and moved it yet. I don't have the power to make compatibility database changes. I'm sure they're busy with other things. Usually takes a few days
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#5
The real question might be.. is an 8 core 16 thread 2019 intel or ryzen cpu now the standard for a game to be considered "playable"? because my guess is that for the vast majority of people using rpcs3, they will not get anywhere near a playable frame rate with all these EA games. I mean how many people really own a 9900k or a 3700x and is that now the standard the rpcs3 team is using for a playable status?
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(12-04-2019, 06:53 PM)theDreamcaster Wrote: The real question might be.. is an 8 core 16 thread 2019 intel or ryzen cpu now the standard for a game to be considered "playable"?  because my guess is that for the vast majority of people using rpcs3, they will not get anywhere near a playable frame rate with all these EA games.  I mean how many people really own a 9900k or a 3700x and is that now the standard the rpcs3 team is using for a playable status?

What the hell are you on about? The game is easily sitting above 70 FPS, lowest I saw was 67. That's easily going to be playable on something like a 3600 or 2600, which I would consider a base. Nobody is saying a 9900K is the standard, but that's what I have so that's what I report on and I adjust my reports accordingly. When I was getting 30-40 or so FPS in NBA 2K7 I reported it as ingame, citing more performance for lower end hardware needed for it to be playable. Now a few months later it has that performance.

If you think you have hardware that should be "standard" and isn't getting playable framerates then make a report yourself, but after browsing a few of your past posts on here I haven't seen a single log or comment indicating your hardware, just you explaining to someone else that their 4590K isn't good enough for the emulator.

So instead of being passive aggressive because I made a report with the CPU that I have in my PC, why don't you contribute actual full reports yourself if you think that the game isn't playable?
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#7
Well you forgot to include version info in your post for it to be moved to playable, I downloaded your log and edited your post.
Looks like it's running well, moved to playable.
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