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Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by Meorge, Jan 9, 2016.
I am aware it would be unplayable and buggy/crash-prone, but is it possible just as a PoC?
Just a lot more cinematic
you believe n3ds with 268mhz clock rate= o3ds？silly
You can if you like watching slide shows in your free time.
More than the CPU clock rate, the N3DS has more RAM, VRAM and CPU cores than the O3DS. That means that even if you tried to launch Xenoblade Chronicles on your O3DS, it would not have enough RAM to run.
Still, what about the ram? 268mhz =/= o3DS
I believe the game wouldn't run at all. The O3DS does not have enough RAM to even start the game up.
I just thought you would be interested in it. Obviously just lowering the clock rate on the N3DS doesn't equal the power of a O3DS.
1. N3DS is quad core, O3DS is dual core.
2. N3DS has L2 cache, O3DS does not. HANS automatically enables L2 on a New 3DS like on the video shown.
3. N3DS has more RAM and VRAM.
I said it literally the post above yours.
My bad, you can eat my pants out of revenge if you want, but don't go near my penis please.
I'm fine, I don't need to eat your pants xD
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