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Overclocking and N64 games... How?
opossum last edited by
Hi, I'm trying to overclock my raspi3 to make the N64 games run smoother... Just added these lines to /boot/config.txt...
but nothing seems changed... What's the exact procedure for overclocking? What the lines? I have already browsed the forum, but couldn't find a real tutorial... Please let me know.
rockaddicted last edited by
Hello, your overclock seems to be ok.
But N64 is a system hard to emulate, even if you overclock your RPI don't expect a miracle.
If you have a second sd card, you can test a 4.1 unstable, rpi3 overclock and a new n64 emulator (glupen64 libretro core) have been added.
We'll bump mupen emulator + plugins the next days too.
opossum last edited by opossum
Ciao, I added these lines to boot/config.txt:
I didn't notice any significant change in N64 games... Anyway, while video scrolling is acceptable, the main problem the with the emulator are constant hiccups in sound...
At the moment I'm using a custom version of Recalbox provided by RGB-Pi inventor... I'd like to try the 4.1 unstable version...Where can i get it?
Leon Lee last edited by