Reccomended Specs for Requirements?

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Nov 9, 2016
  1. Meeposer
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    I was wondering what the optimal specs would be to run Cemu @ 1080p, 60 fps while using a screen recorder.

    Some games that I will play are:
    - Super Mario Maker
    - NSMBWU
    - MK8
    - SSB4
    - LOZ Windwaker HD

    Thanks!

    Meepos
     
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    Cemu does not yet run most games at full speed, even with high-end computers. Optimisations are coming soon, just give the developers some time.

    If you already have a computer, you can try recording Cemu play and see how well it performs. (Because I'm interested)

    EDIT: You may have some luck with Super Mario Maker, since most things are 2D sprites.
     
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    If you see the actual state of cemu, you will see that is better to play those games on your wii u
     
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    Depends on the PC and the Games because there are a handful which are full speed.
     
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    Yes like showel knight, but if you want to have less problems and play it relaxed just play it on your wii u. And if you dont have the money to buy it load them from a sd card, or do the hdd hack
     
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    I´ve tried CEMU for a while, some games run at full speed, but I decided buying a real console, and I'm very happy!
     
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    i7 4790k @ 4.4GHz or equivalent i7 6700k @ 4.0GHz + GTX 750/1050Ti
    I know because my laptop can run all the games you mentioned above at full speed , not 60FPS all the time though (57-60FPS in MK8)
     
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    I've got Pentium G4400 + GTX 560 Ti

    WWHD drags at unplayable speed. Is there no hope for me with what I've got, or is future optimization likely to help me?
     
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    Used WiiU is like 150$ and you want to optimize your pc for CEMU?
     
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    Well, I'd prefer that CEMU is eventually optimized so I can use my PC as is!
     
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    Just buy the machine. Its more than worth it.
     
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    Pretty much much bs since all of the games he listed apart from SSB are fully playable with mostly full speed on moderate Hardware which means any Intel processor made in the last 5 years with 3+ ghz and a dedicated gfx card made in the last 3 years.
     

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