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Post subject: PS2: ValDanX 0.1 r20 GS  PostPosted: Jan 30, 2011 - 09:14 AM
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Von dem auf PCSX2 basierenden PS2 Emulator für Windows ValDanX ist in eine neue Test Version erschienen.



Von dem auf PCSX2 basierende PS2 Emulator für Windows ValDanX ist in eine neue Test Version erschienen.

Quote:
GSdx:
1. Fixed compilation bug.
2. Created "Skip Bad PostProcessing" hack (fix black screen in Prince of Persia WW (menu), maybe can help in other games).
3. Fixed graphics bugs in software mode.

GSdx CUDA:
1. Fixed compilation bug.
2. Added detection of the CUDA device


site - http://valdanx.3dn.ru/ - rus

forum - http://valdanx.3dn.ru/forum/ - rus

official project - http://code.google.com/p/pcsx2/

official project site - http://pcsx2.net/


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