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  1. #1

    1950X cpu 20 fps?

    Hi all,

    Can anyone explain why my frame rate is only <20 fps no graphics pack and 30 with ,I see others with 60!


    cemu 1.12.0d
    gtx 1070ti
    threadripper 1950x


    thanks

    Ian

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    Hi,

    It's mostly because CEMU like single core perfomance and use only 4 cores (3 : tripleCore-Mode, 1 : sound, i beleive)

    You might try to overclock your CPU.

    Be also aware that if you're talking about BOTW and the great plateau (beginning of the game) you'll get here a FPS slower than in other places in the game.
    Last edited by Laf111; 23.05.2018 at 14:52.

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    There are various options that can dramatically lower FPS; cpu buffer cache accuracy being high, cpu emulation being single core or interpreted, too high resolution etc. Read the sticky on the subreddit for a start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laf111 View Post
    Hi,

    It's mostly because CEMU like single core perfomance and use only 4 cores (3 : tripleCore-Mode, 1 : sound, i beleive)
    And 1 core for gpu emulation. So with triplecore recompiler cemu can use up to 5 threads. But really that last thread with sound, etc, is so minuscule it almost doesn't count.

    To OP: 20 fps or less is almost always a setup issue. At least with a modern processor and a dedicated gpu.

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    I was focused on the title of this thread (1950X and so the CPU) and assumed that you already knows what is needed to proper run Zemu ;-)

    To Xalphenos : thanks for this precision on threads used (and not cores)

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