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bad performance on helio x10 - Elevas30 - 03-13-2016 06:37 PM

On my Xiaomi Redmi NOte 2 Prime has got a very bad performance as my Samsung galaxy s3 Sad


RE: bad performance on helio x10 - TkSilver - 03-14-2016 12:38 AM

Mediatek cpu's tend to have poor single core performance, but very respectable multi-threaded/ multi-tasking. Unfortunatly even though ppsspp can use more then 1 core most emultors are heavily dependent on single core performance.


RE: bad performance on helio x10 - Elevas30 - 03-16-2016 05:28 PM

(03-14-2016 12:38 AM)TkSilver Wrote:  Mediatek cpu's tend to have poor single core performance, but very respectable multi-threaded/ multi-tasking. Unfortunatly even though ppsspp can use more then 1 core most emultors are heavily dependent on single core performance.

i thinks that is a problem of driver on Dolphine emulator is very slow and is a problem by trash drivers.


RE: bad performance on helio x10 - TkSilver - 03-16-2016 06:22 PM

Dolphin emulator really needs something on a tegra X1 class to run well, but yes cheaper manufacturers have generally less people working on drivers and usually poorer drivers as a result. Or a nicer way of putting it is is that those companies tend not to prioritize emulator (or other high single core performance tasks) in both their hardware choices and drivers.


RE: bad performance on helio x10 - cocobos - 03-27-2016 01:31 PM

(03-13-2016 06:37 PM)Elevas30 Wrote:  On my Xiaomi Redmi NOte 2 Prime has got a very bad performance as my Samsung galaxy s3 Sad

Hey, I'm using redmi note 2 too, all you need to do is enable multitreaded in the system setting. I'm running Soul Calibur full speed 60 fps now with no sound stutter.