Ratchet & Clank
||r4600||GSdx r4643 0.1.16||
• Fully playable aside from garbage textures and models at a small distance. • The weird colored models can be fixed by setting GSdx to software mode, the FPS will suffer a huge hit. • Can be slightly GPU heavy at parts where a lot is on-screen.
||USA v01.60(07/02/2002), Besides the graphical bugs mentioned below, everything appears to be working fine. FPS hovered around 60fps,|
||Europe v01.70(27/02/2003), MTVU, INTC Spin Detection, Enable Wait Loop Detection, mVU Flag Hack, Still Playable. Game works fine at a good speed. Requires software mode to fix the graphics (MipMaps), the game can be quite slow. I achieved pretty much constant full speed by putting VU Cycle Stealing to 1 and 4 extra rendering threads for software mode (this game seems to like them a bit more than normal)|
||If using Hardware Mode: Will caused garbled textures. Use Software Mode. Some textures will appear fuzzy at distance but is fully playable. Using version 1.2.1||OmegaNull|
||1.3.0-20140805121745||GSdx||SPU2-X||Used all recommended speedhacks, EE cyclerate 2, and VU stealing 1. Ran at playable speeds with lag when there are a lot of on screen elements.||Clank|
|NTSC USA V2.2||Windows 8.1||
||1.3.0||GSdx||SPU2-X||Used almost all recommended speedhacks, EE cyclerate 1, and VU stealing 1. Ran great, I found it better with EE cyclerate set to 1. (Notice done in Software mode)||Apihl1000|
- Status: Active
- Type: Serious
- Description: Garbage textures until you stand close to objects due to GSdx not supporting mip-mapping in hardware mode.
- Workaround: Run the game in software mode (F9), this however will cause a considerable speed hit. To minimize the speed hit, set "Extra rendering threads" to one less than the number of CPU cores that you have.