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    Thumbs up Working Nintendo Gamecube Emulator!!!

    Are there any GC emulator that REALLY WORKS on my pc ?

    512mb rdram
    Nvidia Geforce 6600 gt 256mb
    Pentium 4 2.8GHz

    I want to play all the Resident Evil games

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    Default Re: Working Nintendo Gamecube Emulator!!!

    You can try some but there isn't many that work. The game cube is still not fully emulated yet.

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    So there is none that works for real ?

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    You can't run this resident evil games because it is only in the title screen then stop. Your computer is a crap. Buy core 2 duo or dualcore:

    - This version requires a 64bit operating system (either Windows XP64 or Vista64)
    - SO IT WILL NOT WORK ON A 32BIT OS (GOT THAT?)
    - The graphics/audio plugins haven't been upgraded.
    - Due core changes some games might run better, some might run worse or not at all
    - Speed is now CPU dependant, dualcore is obviously helps a lot.
    Sorry.

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    Default Re: Working Nintendo Gamecube Emulator!!!

    Thats a bit unfair and misleading as even with a balls out Core2Duo the state of GC emulation is still very poor.

    In a nutshell, the only way to play GameCube Resident Evil at the moment is on a GameCube.

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    hehe ok !!!

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    Default Re: Working Nintendo Gamecube Emulator!!!

    So there is none that works for real ?
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    Think of emulation as needing four computers. One to preform the emulation, one to handle the various calls (sound, video, input), one to actually run the game, and one to run the OS.

    So lets say your clock speed of the console is 485 MHz
    Your system requires 20% for the OS (about the same as 485 MHz)
    and to do the emulation another 50% is needed. (1024 MHz)
    and the carouse calls another 25% (500 mz or so..)

    your system is a 2 gig (2048) cpu You are missing 25%.. so your frame rate will suffer since you need to tap in to virtual ram.. Resulting in about 5 frames a second..

    Same scenario above with a 4 gig cpu would be 15% missing and maybe 10 frames a second.. So to get 30 you would need an 8 gig cpu...


    If emulation was that easy the industry would have no console apps as every one would prate them....
    Last edited by ulaoulao; October 4th, 2007 at 17:19.
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    i ripped Super Smash Brothers Melee on my mini-dvd and used the Dolphin latest release, it's slow but it is and intro is Black & White

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    I ere the 64 bit version is not to shabby.
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    idk i tried downloading a gamecube emulator but i couldn't get a working Rom

    im bad with emulators i can't even get a Nintendo 64 emulator to work right :S

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