Any games that are using luma Clock+L2(x)?

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  1. filrus
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    Hi i just wonder is there any game that work better on overclocking n3ds?
    Im testing this feature on mhgen, mh4u, smash bros and hyrule wariors but i dont see any higher performance.
    Thanks in advance
     
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    All the games you've listed already use the higher clock rate as far as I know, that's probably why you didn't notice a difference.
     
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    I'd say some of the older games (Mario kart, 3D Land, Luigi's mansion, etc) will definitely show a difference!
     
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    So on o3ds they work worse? I thought only loading time is longer on o3ds
     
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    Yeaaah... And how do you think the N3DS manages to load them quicker? :P Search a video of Hyrule Warriors on the O3DS. The others are playable on the O3DS, just slower loading like you said. Hyrule Warriors is a different story entirely. Lower frame rate, less enemies. Try a game like Pokemon if you want to see a difference. Battles are a lot less laggy from what I played.
     
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    Snes VC games use the faster clock and the L2 cache.
     
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    The pokémon games definitely benefit from it, especially in battles with 3D
     
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    MHGen, 4U, SM4SH, HYRULEWAR, and all dose games use it
     
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    Wrong. MH Games have already n3ds support. They have upgraded graphics compared to o3ds. So lumas patch does nothing on those
     
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    I know oras and xy get less lags when overclocked... and zelda oot (or maybe its only me...) gets more fps
    Its 3 words lol
     
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    Even w/o him

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    Ah and of course hb games...
     
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    All of the Lego video games until Marvel's Avengers. The most recent two (Avengers and Star Wars: The Force Awakens) are natively N3DS-enhanced and will use the faster CPU clock, but the series on 3DS has had awful framerates from the outset. Lego City Undercover in particular runs just awfully without the clock speed boost. Even with the boost the game chops up fairly frequently. Regardless, the Lego games are the ones I've seen the greatest improvement with.