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How can I speed no$gba up?

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Obviously the more detailed and 3D intensive the game the more system resources it will require to run acceptably. Well there is no real magical speed increase. Disabling Joysticks/Gamepads and SNESpad Adapter under ‘Options->Emulation Setup->Controls tab’ is apparently faster than having them enabled (screen filter is not mentioned as there is no filter for DS games so it’s automatically off). According to the emulator setting ‘Multiboot Normal/Burstdelays’ to Fast/Fast is apparently also fast…although I think this has to do with linking GBA games so it’s irrelevant. Setting ‘Sound Output Mode’ to ‘none’ and/or ‘Sound desired Sample Rate’ to ‘low (10kHz)’ is apparently also faster but I notice virtually no impact on my system. Also note that setting sound to ‘none’ may appear to freeze some games as they wait for sound to play which however never does. Toggling between various different options under ‘Emulation Speed, LCD Refresh’ will speed up the game or slow it down a bit, but it ... more
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Obviously the more detailed and 3D intensive the game the more system resources it will require to run acceptably. Well there is no real magical speed increase. Disabling Joysticks/Gamepads and SNESpad Adapter under ‘Options->Emulation Setup->Controls tab’ is apparently faster than having them enabled (screen filter is not mentioned as there is no filter for DS games so it’s automatically off). According to the emulator setting ‘Multiboot Normal/Burstdelays’ to Fast/Fast is apparently also fast…although I think this has to do with linking GBA games so it’s irrelevant. Setting ‘Sound Output Mode’ to ‘none’ and/or ‘Sound desired Sample Rate’ to ‘low (10kHz)’ is apparently also faster but I notice virtually no impact on my system. Also note that setting sound to ‘none’ may appear to freeze some games as they wait for sound to play which however never does. Toggling between various different options under ‘Emulation Speed, LCD Refresh’ will speed up the game or slow it down a bit, but it ... more
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