Best PS1 emulator for PC?

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  1. yokomoko
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    Can anybody tell me what the best Playstation emulator for PC is? I've heard good things about ePSXe 1.7 but wanted to make sure it was the best out there. Thanks. I used the Temp search function but couldn't find an answer.
     
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    ePSXe is the best one [​IMG]
     
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    google.com is you best anwser.
    ePSXe is good, just make sure you get the right plugins.
    Theres a tut on the offical page i think.
     
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    Thanks for the replys, ePSXe seems very good.
     
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    It's extremely old. It's still 1.13 and while it nice that it emulates the PSX exactly, it also means it leaves jaggies for higher res PCs and lacks some needed support for things like scanline functions. ePSXe allows you to either smooth out the polygons or use scanlines to get rid of jaggies.
     
  7. Joe88

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    if you have legit games then cvgs is probably the best one
    it only takes disc based games, no ISO's

    it will run full speed on even the crappiest of computers
     
  8. Velveteer

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    That would be a pain for portability's sake. ePSXe seems like a bitch to set up, as well.