Config Settings for Final Fantasy 7???

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  1. Gambit

    Gambit New Member

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    Whats the Best Config Setting To Run Final Fantasy 7 on epsxe if I got A Riva Tnt 2 model 64 pro?
    I seem to have trouble seeing the battle menu screen.......when I get it visible its too slow to play :( any ideas?
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  3. G-Pitts

    G-Pitts Whats Up Doc!

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    Maybe you could try this, although my gfx card is gf2gts but I make the setting special for you TNT2 user :)

    Plugin: Pete's OpenGL Driver 1.1.61
    Author: Pete Bernert
    Card vendor: NVIDIA Corporation
    GFX card: GeForce2 GTS/AGP/SSE

    Resolution/Color:
    - 640x480 Fullscreen - Desktop changing [16 Bit]
    - Keep psx aspect ratio: off

    Textures:
    - R5G5B5A1
    - Filtering: 6
    - Garbage collection: on
    - VRam size: 32 MBytes

    Framerate:
    - FPS limitation: on
    - Frame skipping: on
    - FPS limit: 63

    Compatibility:
    - Offscreen drawing: 2
    - Framebuffer texture: 2
    - Alpha multipass: on
    - Mask bit: off
    - Advanced blending: on

    Misc:
    - Scanlines: off
    - Line mode: off
    - Unfiltered FB: off
    - Dithering: on
    - Screen smoothing: off
    - Full vram: off
    - Game fixes: on [00000001]
  4. Gambit

    Gambit New Member

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    Holy crap!

    *Jaw Drops to the Floor*

    These gfx are awsome,but.......is there a way to boost up the speed a little.......it sux in speed still but just a little
    (5 or 10 fps more would help)
  5. G-Pitts

    G-Pitts Whats Up Doc!

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    Try using pete d3d or dx6 d3d with the exact same setting I give before.
  6. Gambit

    Gambit New Member

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    Sweet Dude you Rock!
    Thx for the help it works like a charm :D
  7. RhombusYSS

    RhombusYSS -=NJ Nets NBA Champs 2k2=

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    I say don't use frame skipping just cause it looks smoother without... especially in FF7 cause frame skipping can supposedly cause other problems with the battle transitions
  8. G-Pitts

    G-Pitts Whats Up Doc!

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    He want speed so frame skipping is one of the solution :) maybe he didnt mind about other issue.
  9. Kane

    Kane 邪魔ゎ指せない Contributors

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    The graphics in FF7 especialy will suffer if you have it on tho, but if you don't mind that, use it.
  10. REi_FoX

    REi_FoX ¡¾¡¾¡¾¡ Fantasy ¡¾¡¾¡¾¡

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    always use d3d rendering...

    for us tnt2 users our days are numbered

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