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PSX games running full speed on racer

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Hi all.... There is this app on the market called fpse and it is 10x better than psx4droid....

on the stock 2.1 rom for the racer , without overclocking the kernal i could run lots of psx games smoothly without any lag..

Try it for yourself and you will be amazed..... my htc wildfire had more ram and cpu power but even after overclocking it, the wildfire still lagged in trying to play psx games...

You can download a psx iso game and run it without lag on your racer!!!smile.gif

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i tried it.. cant really say its faster than psx4droid, its probably what game you play.. i tried diablo for psx and it lags, edited some settings, set frameskip etc but still going slow, 19-21fps

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i tried it.. cant really say its faster than psx4droid, its probably what game you play.. i tried diablo for psx and it lags, edited some settings, set frameskip etc but still going slow, 19-21fps

well maybe some overclocking required but here is the list of games i used wihout overclocking or overclocked at 604mhz:

Driver 2 (no overclocking required)

Driver 1

Crash bandicoot 1 and 2

Spyro the dragon.

Spyro 2

Resident evil 3

Mortal combat

Ridge racer type 4

Vrally ( overclocked at 604 mhz)

Gran turismo 1 and 2 (overclocked at 604 mhz)

mann i miss these old classics :).....*tears in eyes* xD

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well diablo is a bit .. heavy game lol.. thanks for info, will try some of those.. mortal combat probably and resident evil :D

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