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    Default What would the minimum requirements be for....

    .....smooth running NES emulation? I want to make an NES emulation cabinet or table, and I'm trying to figure out what kind of computer I'll need. I want something that will run it smoothly, but nothing overkill. Also, I haven't really kept up on the NES emulation scene, what is the best (stability and proper emulaiton are the most important things) NES emulator out there right now?

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    Anything from 200mhz and up should probably suffice. VirtuaNES is my personal fav.

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    Then RockNES and FCEU Ultra in my fav as well.

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    you might want a decent gfx card though b/c the refresh rate is much smoother than onboard gfx. id go with virtuanes,nester,jnes,and fce ultra. its better to have multiple emulators b/c certain games dont work on certain emulators.
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    It has actually been suggested to me on other forums to use linux. I was wondering if anyone had experience with NES emulation in linux. Also, if I wanted to play SNES games, what kind of power would I need for that?

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    Should be able to run SNES on the same PC as your NES stuff. Hell I remember playing NeoGeo games on a 233Mhz Cyrix

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    Quote Originally Posted by trevlyn13
    It has actually been suggested to me on other forums to use linux. I was wondering if anyone had experience with NES emulation in linux. Also, if I wanted to play SNES games, what kind of power would I need for that?
    NES on Linux? Okay, will try on that.

    Requirements on playing SNES games? The requirement is similar to the NES' and if your PC has a low processor, you can still play them. From what I found is DirectX is needed on ZSNES while SNES9x does not.


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