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Old 17th February 2013, 08:59 PM
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Default Game runs slower since update [1.7.0.12 + 2.0.0.11]

I recently downloaded Project64 1.7.0.12. I'v been using Version 1.7.0.11 and encountered no problems with it. Since using Project64 1.7.0.12, I noticed the game runs slower with the sync game to audio option and without this, the audio is really really fast.

Has anyone else encountered this?


Edit: Tried 2.0.0.11 and its exactly the same. Some games are running even slower.

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Old 17th February 2013, 09:54 PM
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well considering thats what sync game to audio is supposed to to.......
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Why would you want to use 1.7 when there is 2.0?
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Old 18th February 2013, 12:06 AM
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Maybe because 1.7.0.50 is compatible, stable, tested and has huge variety of rdb files to choose from while 2.0.x is less compatible, unstable and untested.
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except .50 isn't stable, compatible, tested......
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Old 18th February 2013, 01:03 AM
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Maybe because 1.7.0.50 is compatible, stable, tested and has huge variety of rdb files to choose from while 2.0.x is less compatible, unstable and untested.
curious what games have you found in the 2.0.0.6+ branch that are unstable, uncompatible, work worse ?
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Old 8th March 2013, 09:52 PM
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well considering thats what sync game to audio is supposed to to.......
Then the audio is super fast. Like I said, its something which has happened in within those updates.

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Why would you want to use 1.7 when there is 2.0?
I haven't tested it out, and 1.7 was stable with the game.



Edit: Just tried 2.0.0.11 Exactly the same, even with the Sync Audio function deselected and selected. I'v had a search and noticed that in the Insane framerate thread, a post by dsx! pretty much states what's occuring to me and others.

The games I'm testing are a bunch of wrestling games, which worked perfect on 1.6 and 1.7 up untill 1.7.0.12. That for me, and others is when the started to have less VI/s. The AKI games are having around 50 to 53, where as other games like WarZone are only getting around 45.

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post the list of games, and I will look at them.
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Old 27th April 2013, 11:51 PM
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I already posted my issues with crashes and games not booting earlier in other areas of this forum, guess most of it will be fixed now. I really had larger issues with early 2.0 betas and apart from the GUI crashing every time after changing settings in 1.7.0.50, it was the best version for me, especially since it was the only version where all my games worked fine, which I could not tell for 2.0 or 1.6 back then.

And you should know, 1.7.0.50 has a large community in Spain, they even offer up to date and well tested rdb files (last Update: August 2012) for this version which turned out to be much better and more compatible than the official 1.7 and 2.0 rdb files.

Guess its time to give 2.0 another try now, just need to find some time to migrate. Never change a running system, if you get older, you begin to appreciate that attitude.

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