Lag on NES Mini?

Discussion in 'Other Consoles & Oldies' started by fedehda, May 5, 2017.

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Do you have lag?

  1. Yes

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  2. No

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  3. Time is relative, as same as fps (?)

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  1. fedehda
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    fedehda GBAtemp Regular

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    Does anyone have that trouble? I always gets some lag whenever I'm playing Zelda I in certain areas. Am I the only one?
     
  2. koffieleut

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    Define lag.
    Like input lag, framedrops or sound.
    The last 2 are a normal thing for the Nes, the first one could be an issue with your TV.
     
  3. fedehda
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    Framedrops. And it shouldn't happen, since the Nes mini's hardware is better than the original.
     
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    Doesn't matter, any emulator that is reasonably accurate (emulates the console as closely as possible) will run more or less exactly the same as a real NES (or whichever console)
    It has to be this way, otherwise you run onto compatibility issues and glitches from incorrect emulation.
     
  5. fedehda
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    I know that. I only wanted to know if there is anybody else that it's having the same issue than me. It doesn't affect the gameplay (since it happens in a small portion of the map).

    Or it could happen in other games?.

    PS: I used Hackhi. Maybe someone who haven't used isn't having framedrops
     
  6. tech3475

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    Is your TV in game mode? Could contribute to some lag if it's not.
     
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    Seems like it based on this video.

     
  8. koffieleut

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    There are emulators out there where you can turn off the sprite limits so you don't have slowdown.
    But I don't know if these are on the Nes classic.
     
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    It lags on DOSBOX.
    Doesn't feel the lag on NES/SNES/MAME2000/MAME2003 though.
     
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    No lag for me, but I'm not good at Zelda 1.