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PS3EMX© is open source Playstation 3 Emulator with built-in bios files for Windows, Linux and Mac OS.
The new version of PS3EMX© already support 99% of PS3 games.
PS3EMX©, is based on a plug-in architecture, separating several functions from the core emulator. These are the graphics, audio, input controls, BD Drive and USB ports.
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June 29, 2014 – PS3EMX v1.24 – Latest version – Download
- Multicore optimization for filters, rotation, OSD
June 3, 2014 – PS3EMX v1.23
- Added possibility to resize and rotate emulation windows
- Improve bootup bios/firmware emulation steps
- Fix failure in some cases of polygon clipping
May 8, 2014 – PS3EMX v1.22
- Synchronous SPU mode to fix streaming sounds
April 21, 2014 – PS3EMX v1.21
- All options have tooltips explaining what each of them do
- Special Game Fixes
April 3, 2014 – PS3EMX v1.20
- General speedups
- microVU speedup
- New menus, for improved usability and faster configuration
March 27, 2014 – PS3EMX v1.19
- Automated patching enabled now: known fixes/settings for some games can be enabled automatically.
March 11, 2014 – PS3EMX v1.18
- Improved VU/FPU Flags and Clamping support (helps fix odd behaviors and SPS in some games)
- Reverse phase audio quality improved
February 19, 2014 – PS3EMX v1.17
- On the fly setting switching and even plugin switching
- On the fly pause and resume, perfectly stable, safe and fast
- NVM file creation
February 3, 2014 – PS3EMX v1.16
- Better multithreading
- Fix multiple frame/box letters sizing
- Arc the Lad bad fog fix
- Improved DMA system
January 23, 2014 – PS3EMX v1.15
- Bugfixes for multiple button presses
- Bugfixed memory leaks
- Various OpenGL fixes
- MFIFO fixes for DDR games
- VIF Unpack optimizations
January 7, 2014 – PS3EMX v1.14
- Better BIOS splash screen skip method, better ELF support, host fs support
- Powerful new configuration that is more user friendly with its first time wizard, reset to default buttons and a global presets system
December 12, 2013 – PS3EMX v1.13
- Advanced Options Section for custom tweaking VU/FPU behavior
- Turbo/Slow motion settings for the frame limiter
- New “fast CDVD” speedhack. Load levels as fast as possible!
- GSdx is faster, more stable and has more configuration options than ever before
December 2, 2013 – PS3EMX v1.12
- Hack for NVIDIA cards, solves problems with stretching on drivers above 320.18
- Fixes to reverb
- Added support for progressive scan timings
November 15, 2013 – PS3EMX v1.11
- Windows 8 Support
- New Interface
- Added SDL Backend
- Video timing adjustments
October 31, 2013 – PS3EMX v1.10
- IPU fixes, including fully working sound in videos
- New dialog configuration panel
October 08, 2013 – PS3EMX v1.09
- Pause and sync issues, no more random hangs, looping etc
September 29, 2013 – PS3EMX v1.08
- Fixed minor volume issues and doubled output volume
- Improved EE/IOP synchronization (fixes many freeze-ups and vmhacks)
September 17, 2013 – PS3EMX v1.07
- Removed hazardous MMX/XMMregister freeze/restore. Speedup and stability is improved.
September 9, 2013 – PS3EMX v1.06
- Added thread timing information to see the CPU usage in the status bar
- SPU3-X is the preferred SPU3 plugin now
August 30, 2013 – PS3EMX v1.05
- Improved support of various pad (sixaxis)/mouse/wiimote
August 12, 2013 – PS3EMX v1.04
- Added support for more controllers
- Added support for pressure-sensitive buttons
July 28, 2013 – PS3EMX v1.03
- Fixed shadows in software renderer
July 9, 2013 – PS3EMX v1.02
- New shader resources
- Texture cache change that fixes some black screening games
- Fixed flickering in many FMVs
July 6, 2013 – PS3EMX v1.01
- Added support for MESA drivers
- OpenGL mode added