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2 quick questions on windows version of PPSSPP
01-18-2014, 04:26 PM (This post was last modified: 01-18-2014 10:23 PM by Valvatorez.)
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Question 2 quick questions on windows version of PPSSPP
1. Does the Razer Sabertooth work with Windows PPSSPP? Huh

2. Also do I need a powerful PC to run psp games at 2x resoultion and 2x texture? I have a laptop that has intel i7 3rd gen clocked at 1.9 ghz turbo to 2.4 with intel hd 4000 graphics.
***PS. It's quad core if it makes any difference.

Thank you in advanceBlush
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01-18-2014, 04:41 PM
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RE: 2 quick questions on windows version of PPSSPP
(01-18-2014 04:26 PM)Valvatorez Wrote:  1. Does the Razer Sabertooth work with Windows PPSSPP? Huh

2. Also do I need a powerful PC to run psp games at 2x resoultion and 2x texture? I have a laptop that has intel i7 3rd gen clocked at 1.9 ghz turbo to 2.4 with intel 4000 graphics.

Thank you in advanceBlush

1. what is Razer Sabertooth? a program or something? Huh

2. As long as your laptop support OpenGL 2.0 or later, you can play your games on the emulator, as far as graphic quality concern... that's the problem with the emulator since not all games run perfectly on PPSSPP and still need some tweaking

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01-18-2014, 06:25 PM
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RE: 2 quick questions on windows version of PPSSPP
Razer Sabertooth is the 2nd generation controller made by Razer for PC and Xbox 360.

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01-18-2014, 07:38 PM
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RE: 2 quick questions on windows version of PPSSPP
I don't see why that controller wouldn't work. Are you having issues with it?

Also, pretty much any i7 is fine for PPSSPP (some people on these forums run games on Pentium 4s with pretty good speeds, depending on game), and I'm pretty sure almost all of the Intel HD series GPUs support OpenGL 2, if not 3 and sometimes 4.0, so you should be fine there.

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01-18-2014, 10:27 PM
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RE: 2 quick questions on windows version of PPSSPP
(01-18-2014 07:38 PM)TheDax Wrote:  I don't see why that controller wouldn't work. Are you having issues with it?

Also, pretty much any i7 is fine for PPSSPP (some people on these forums run games on Pentium 4s with pretty good speeds, depending on game), and I'm pretty sure almost all of the Intel HD series GPUs support OpenGL 2, if not 3 and sometimes 4.0, so you should be fine there.

First of all, thank you for answering my first question Big Grin (you gave me the reason to buy this controller)!

Also, the problem I have is not whether it will run well or not, but rather whether it will run well at 2x resolution and 2x upscale texture pack at minimum of 40+ frames per second on the most graphic intense psp games.
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