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I was wondering if there is a way to configure a generic usb controller to be used with Recalbox. Im currently using a Logitech F310 and it works perfectly but i ordered some generic usb snes controllers off of Amazon and i haven't been able to get them to work. I know they're not listed on the compatibility page, but i was hoping there was something else i could do to get them to work.
@nosfay So by having the default setting in Recalbox of 700mhz im not at a disadvantage even though the Pi Zero should be running at 1000mhz stock? Should i just put the settings to turbo since thats what the Zero should be running at anyway?
@nosfay alright i did see that option when i was tinkering so i can look into that. It was weird though because when i was using Retropie i didnt have any slowdowns with these games. I did have issues with superfx games like Star Fox which i understand so im not too worried about that, but the game i was playing yesterday and having slowdowns with was Kirby's Dream Land 3 which i feel shouldn't be happening. Maybe i need to lower the resolution the games are playing at to improve performance? Maybe the default clock settings in Recalbox of 700 MHz are slowing down the Pi Zero? I really do appreciate the help guys
So i just switched over from using Retropie on my Raspberry Pi Zero because i wanted to see what some of the other Emulation Station based OSs had to offer kind of hoping to get better performance as well because even with tweaking i was still having fps issues even with SNES games using Retropie. What i noticed was that i was getting fps issues with Recalbox as well and with SNES emulation. I used the built in overclocking option and it didnt seem to do anything. Is there something im missing or maybe something i can change in config file?
Any help would be much appreciated, thank you.