RELEASE N64 dynarec is out as beta release

Discussion in 'Switch - Emulation, Homebrew & Software Projects' started by Keylogger, Jan 7, 2019.

  1. HOv

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    I don't even wanna mess with the over clocking. There's always a risk of overheating your device and no way I would take that risk. I'm just gonna leave it at stock clock at all times. So far I've tested Mario 64 and killer instinct. Mario 64 does run at full speed most of the time but sometimes I noticed it lags. For killer instinct I was only able to get to the character select screen and after that retroarch crashes. Hopefully by the time the stable version comes out that it will fix all issues.
     
  2. m4xw

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    God damn this meme
     
  3. HOv

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    Am I wrong to assume this? Is it completely safe to over clock at even the max?
     
  4. Wolfy

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    Frickity frack, gonna have to tear my Switch apart, still getting about the same horrible fps and audio stuttering, setting it to dynamic_recompiler as well.
     
  5. m4xw

    m4xw Ancient Deity

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    We don't give you dangerous options to begin with, also the switch would shutdown before any damage happens.
    If you manage to overheat it with RetroArch, well, it would overheat without overclock too (i.e. desert ambient temps, broken fan)

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    Change your settings already
     
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  6. Wolfy

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    Ahhh, but I did, overclocked it to the max, set the resolution down to the minimum, and set to dynamic recompiler. Still doing something wrong I'm guessing?
     
  7. loon111

    loon111 GBAtemp Regular

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    when i use the nsp, the screen is green an fuzzy , any idea why?

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  8. m4xw

    m4xw Ancient Deity

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    There is no supported NSP.

    Why do I bundle settings if people wont use them?
    For the extra lazy:
    https://m4xw.net/nextcloud/index.php/s/g663mit7LA3RwcW

    Also, get used to the stuttering while code recompiles.
     
  9. fst312

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    I know you say the nsp is not supported but that’s what I used and it seems to work.
     
  10. m4xw

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    I know that I had weird crashes that are in direct relation to our own NSP.
    You think I say our own stuff is not supported because I feel like it?
     
  11. fst312

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    No I don’t think that, I guess I was just going by the few games I tested for a few minutes.
     
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  12. m4xw

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    Take this as a fair warning to not use any NSP when using the dynarec for the forseeable future.
     
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  13. stoffer666

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    I am to using the nsp version of retroarch with dynarec it seems to work very fine but i only played like 10 min. But everything seems to work fine. Should i rather start retroarch from the homebrew menu.
     
  14. m4xw

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    For now? Get rid of it (for the dynarec)
     
  15. stoffer666

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    Ok i will start it from the homebrew menu thx for the answer and your hard work. You rock
     
  16. loon111

    loon111 GBAtemp Regular

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    hi, sorry for silly question, but its not to me, where do i put the file an how do i recompile i started rom in original moped 64 an then went to options but couldn't see the option?

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    mupen sorry, predictive
     
  17. stoffer666

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    Go to retroarch folder and in core folder replace the mupen nro with the one from here.
     
  18. KTroopA

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    But i thought starting RA from homebrew channel does not allocate full RAM, thats why before we used the NSP of RA to launch. Im confused now..
     
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  19. loon111

    loon111 GBAtemp Regular

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    ok, thanks but how do i recompile after that?

    regards
     
  20. fst312

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    I get error code 2168-0002 when I load from homebrew browser from atmosphere. I deleted the nsp thinking that was the problem but it wasn’t.

    Edit
    When I attempt to load a game I get the error.
     
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