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EmuCR: PCSX2PCSX2 Git (2016/07/31) is compiled. PCSX2 is an open source PlayStation 2 (PS2) emulator for the Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems. With the most recent versions, many PS2 games are playable (although speed limitations have made play-to-completion tests for many games impractical), and several games are claimed to have full functionality.

PCSX2 Git Changelog:
* Just a simple grammar fix. (#1489)
* eeCycleRage: negligible fix for the milest underclock calculation
This now makes the mildest underclock really identical to before 90b11b2 .
* eeCycleRate: add/restore a milder underclock value to the slider
Also slightly modify the textual description of the other underclock items.
All previous values available at the slider are still there, but since
the new value is now the mildest (slider == -1), it "pushes" the previous
-1 and -2 values one notch down.
This restores the mildest value to be identical to how it behaved before
90b11b2f , which is measured as about 75% speed.
Because the "balanced" preset uses the -1 slider value, it means this
restored mild value is now also used by the balanced preset.
As a note, while the message for the mildest value was always "reduce by
about 33%", before 90b11b2f it was actually about 25% reduction (75% speed,
like with this commit now), and after that commit it was about 40% reduction
(60% speed).
Also, since we add new value to the slider only on one side, the "0"
(default) slider position is now not at the exact middle. That's fine,
but maybe we could also add a milder overclock value on the other side
to have that symetric again.
* gui: eeCycleRate: more accurate description based on measurements
The ee cyclerate percentage values at the slider text were inaccurate,
and sometimes wildely so.
Add some code to measure the actual speed at runtime (disabled by default)
and update the (static) slider text values according to the measurements.
Also change the description from increase/reduce "by AA %" to "to BB %".
This makes it slightly easier to grasp. E.g. "reduce speed to 10%" is
easier to grasp than "reduce speed by 90%", and similarly, "increase
speed to 300%" is easier to grasp than "increase speed by 200%".

Download: PCSX2 Git (2016/07/31)
Source: Here

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