Yeah wait untill all the ZN Boards have their protection dumped and running in Zinc pls! Meanwhile I imagine there are a lot of other things to work around. Not that I would think it ain't one very good emu but it's been a hell of a long time mute and I really really want to enjoy the system11 SPU flawless. Besides, it's been a long time I said that; RB u rock!!!
Originally posted by R. Belmont: Hardcore? I've had a PC for almost a year now that runs PSX hardware games 60/60 in MAME. And it's going to be obsolete by August if AMD and Intel stick to their roadmaps.
That reminds me. I'm sure this has been covered before, but what exactly is the minimum sort of P4 that will get 60/60 on PSX-based games with at least some sort of room to spare?
To be honest, the problem is as much with the fact that Zinc is an old and difficult to modify codebase made from parts of at least 4 other emulators as it is with the newer game problem. Incidentally, the current dumping setup doesn't use a modded psx, it uses a $300 48 channel data acquisition PCI card. But that's total overkill, since the encryption chip speaks PSX controller protocol in the first place.