Hey now, you can mix flipping coins with reversing swords? LOLHowever the other side of the coin is that there are likely to be a number of excited but otherwise harmless users posting here after seeing shill vids on Youtube and not realising that they are fake.
NO cause at first I thought there was no good PS2 Emulator or the DS roms were all corrupted and I was look for the next NO$GBA emulator for DS, but I tried and found them someone out there will have a PS3/Xbox 360 emulators its just that it may take time due to the fact that the newer the system the harder it becomes to work. YES cause I heard NO$GBA 2.7 was coming out and then I was informed that the NO$GBA 2.7 was a fonney.
Acording tho the Nintendo Wii Wiki. The Wii comes with either of the two processors listed below.
CPU: PowerPC-based "Broadway" processor, made with a 90 nm SOI CMOS process, reportedly? clocked at 729 MHz
GPU: ATI "Hollywood" GPU made with a 90 nm CMOS process, reportedly? clocked at 243 MHz
From wiki : ps2 CPU 300 MHz
From a source about the wii
Both of these are some what emulatable on a 2 gig + system with dual core.
ps3: CPU 3.2 GHz Cell Broadband Engine with 1 PPE & 7 SPEs
360: cpu 3.2 GHz PowerPC Tri-Core Xenon
.. pause... as you can see it takes 3 times the computer to emulate the wii or ps2. WHAT THE F*CK makes you think it will emulate a ps3 or 360. Get a friggen clue people! Ok maybe due to the fact xbox's are a computer in a box, but using high level emulation not a change.
I would never expect a newbie to go in to that type of detail. Its very common knowledge that you need a powerful computer to run an emulator. Sure some wont know that, but by in large its not high level science. If a computer game does not run well , changes are your under powered. Same goes for emulators. If a p2p is struggling on a 3 gig system, a ps3 is not going to be any better. Its simple math, nothing hi tech.
Not that I disagree with you, or wanting an argument, just sustaining my post, and my point. Its nothing complex.
You mean to go back to the way it was prior to ultraHLE, the dawn of high level emulation. True opt code handling and read, the way it should be done. Though, total respect for those that have gave us these emulators.it means the approach to emulation will have to be different
Wouldn't it be easier to just post an announcement like this instead of hunting down every post that has misinformation in it?Yep. I agree. It will be a fair while yet before there is tech that can handle it, if ever since the future is in multiple cores now the thermal barrier has been hit in terms of speed. it means the approach to emulation will have to be different to just waiting for processor speeds to catch up as it has in the past.