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    street fighter alpha 2 working he he he nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by djk21108
    uhh this is sorta depressing

    if this cant run mega man x3 perfectly how will i ever run something like mega man 64
    I was just playing mm64 on the n64 emu for psp!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emeriastone
    this isn't as fast as uosnes9x

    Edit: yeah, definitely, way slower.

    the GUI is cool, but it comes down to the fact that this is an emulator. Spend more time working on the emulation and less on your GUI. Things may work out better for you in the end.
    You must be using a 2.00 or higher PSP then. 1.50 PSP owners will benefit most from this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sroon
    I was just playing mm64 on the n64 emu for psp!
    yea i understand that but itll never run full speed if snes mega man cant

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emeriastone
    this isn't as fast as uosnes9x

    Edit: yeah, definitely, way slower.

    the GUI is cool, but it comes down to the fact that this is an emulator. Spend more time working on the emulation and less on your GUI. Things may work out better for you in the end.

    I'm switching straight back to my old one (my faster one).
    I wish people would stop complaining about, the speed in the standard version, it's already optimized to the max, the psp only has 333mhz processor, your not going to get full speed snes emultion, try running snes9x on p2 333 ain't going to happen. The me version is like running it on 666mhz p2 test that and you will see the diffrence.

    333mhz for the main processor and 333 for the media processor.



    It is recommended that you get a semi-
    modern PC with a 600mhz Pentium 3/celeron/duron/athlon processor if you want
    good results. A 1 GHz is recommended for those that want a near perfect
    experience. Also 64MB of ram is highly suggested with the possibility of more
    being needed if you play a game that requires graphic packs. (Right off the snes9x facts.)

    people should be happy with the performance there gettig it's pretty awesome what this team has accomplished.

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    Updated the newspost with a new version for v2.0+ firmware owners

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    Squidler, that's not a comparison that can be made. For a PC to run an emulator it is usually done in Windows, a very bloated OS. Windows 98 uses approx 45-70MB of RAM when loaded (depending on optional content), Windows ME uses 55-85MB and Windows XP uses 130-170MB. And those are JUST windows, there's still all the other software that runs on top (the emulator itself, your anti-virus software, camera software, IMs). At time of writing this I have 390MB used running only Windows, IE, Trend-Micro's PC-Cillin and Webroots Spy Sweeper. Ok, there's a few other proggies, but they're making up less than 4MB. All of that stuff running subtracts from processing power too. The PSP has 333MHz CPU, and it's OS is only 8MB. It also has a highly adaptive CPU, ME and GPU. To say that this emu is optimized to the max is making a very bold statement. Unless you're part of a development team for Sony sanctioned software on the PSP there's no way to make such a claim. There's always something that can be done. A huge step has been taken to use the ME, I believe the next step will be to offload more onto the GPU, after that cleaning up the core CPU stuff would be nice (but probably not necessary).

    I do, however, agree with your last line:
    people should be happy with the performance there getting it's pretty awesome what this team has accomplished.
    True-er words were never spoken.

    Very nicely done EMU, and I am running 2.0

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    Voltron: I see... Thanks.

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    very nice yoyofr! very nice!

    compliments due to the chef!!!!!!

    will try the ad hoc this evening!

    lmao@ playing with myself

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    sorry for the double post but:

    he put a frekin game genie in it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    my new favorite emu!!!!!!!!!!

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