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    My 1600x performs quite well, especially after the multicore recompiler was added. In BOTW I get framerates between 40-60fps with these graphicspacks: FPS++, 1440p and high res shadow. I have it paired with 2833mhz ddr4 memory and a GTX 1070 and the CPU is also oc'ed to 2.75ghz

    Other games like Super Mario 3D World and Mario Kart 8 run pretty much flawlessly even at 4K, so it's safe to say that it can handle the CEMU emulator pretty well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentWindow View Post
    My 1600x performs quite well, especially after the multicore recompiler was added. In BOTW I get framerates between 40-60fps with these graphicspacks: FPS++, 1440p and high res shadow. I have it paired with 2833mhz ddr4 memory and a GTX 1070 and the CPU is also oc'ed to 2.75ghz

    Other games like Super Mario 3D World and Mario Kart 8 run pretty much flawlessly even at 4K, so it's safe to say that it can handle the CEMU emulator pretty well.
    Just to FUP to this thread, I have upgraded to a Ryzen 2700x and I am getting excellent results. I checked botw in 4k with fps++ glarity nvidia exlosions and shadows and triple core recompiler and here is the result:

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    Note that this is 4k, I have yet to test in 1080 and I am seriously gpu bottlenecked with the gpu running constantly at 98% (NVidia 1070), while even the core with the highest load still has some room to breathe and has not fully gone into boost mode.
    I will test in 1080 tomorrow. I dont think the results are much different on a much cheaper Ryzen 2600x, because CEMU does not tax the processor that much regarding the cores (I think about 3 cores and 6 threads were really used)

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