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Persona 5 run test weird visual issues
04-20-2017, 01:15 AM
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Persona 5 run test weird visual issues
Hello, was testing around with Persona 5 and I recorded a video showing how it ran.
Here is the video link:

Here is the entire description I wrote on the video:
This is a running test for Persona 5 on RPCS3 v0.0.02-3-f0f8f50.

While playing with the config settings, in my current pc I was able to run this game both PPU & SPU on Interpreter (fast) with Vulkan.
Changing SPU to Interpreter (precise) reduced my fps to min: 5 & avg: 20 and the line that appears in the video still appear but slightly less. I cant explain the weird color change during some areas of the game. I also tried SPU ASMJIT with OpenGL but it went slower on my end.

FPS while not recording:

min fps: 11 - 13 (scenes, high density play area, main starting menu)
avg fps: 27 - 45 (roaming, battles)
max fps: 60 (loading screen, few scenes)

RPCS3 configuration:

PPU - Interpreter (fast)
SPU - Interpreter (fast)
Render - Vulkan (Vsync & GPU Texture Scaling on)


Graphics Card: AMD Radeon R9 380 4GB
Processor: Intel Core i7-5820K 3.3GHz (Hexa Core)
RAM: 32GB DDR4 2133Mhz
HDD: Western Digital 1TB Black 7200RPM

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