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pes6 360 on a pc screen

Discussion in 'Pro Evolution Soccer - PC, PS2, PSP, Wii, DS' started by vialli82, 24 October 2006.

  1. vialli82

    vialli82 League 1

    4 September 2005
    Juventus
    Hi everybody
    Anyone knows how is the image with a pc screen on 1280x1024?
    Streched? Full screen (not streched)? or with blacks lines?
    Thanks a lot and sorry for my english
     
  2. mazanga

    mazanga League 1

    12 October 2003
    Groningen, Holland
    You'll get a full screen.

    I would advice to use the highest resolution. This way you'll get black lines but it looks and plays better in widescreen.
     
  3. seppovich

    seppovich Peslover

    18 November 2003
    D - NRW
    BVB
    hope you have a tft, otherwise you only get 60hz-eye-cancer on a crt.
     
  4. mazanga

    mazanga League 1

    12 October 2003
    Groningen, Holland
    I play pes360 on a 24" CRT. No problem there mate. Ofcourse a 100hz would be better but i thought it looked better on my CRT compared to my friends LCD monitor.
     
  5. twoodster

    twoodster League 1

    2 September 2005
    PES6 only runs at 60hz anyway doesn't it?
     
  6. mazanga

    mazanga League 1

    12 October 2003
    Groningen, Holland
    Yeah. Even the PC version only runs on 60hz. Atleast, pes5 did.
     
  7. seppovich

    seppovich Peslover

    18 November 2003
    D - NRW
    BVB
    i run my pc-version of pes5 @ 85hz but i only have 60fps so i turn vsync off.
    is it possible to run pes x360 @ 100hz eg.?
     
  8. mazanga

    mazanga League 1

    12 October 2003
    Groningen, Holland
    If i don't force my pc to 60 hz pes5 on pc runs like shit.

    All games on 360 run on max 60 hz right? The only game i know that should/could be set 50 hz is Top Spin2.
     

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