@Unknown All good. I should have been more specific, as this is a relative new and unknown feature on Yuzu. @mitu explained it a bit already. Currently Yuzu does what basically every emulator does and emulates the CPU in its entirety. That is very slow and the reason why we need powerful and modern computers to do this. Now the CPU on Switch is an ARM architecture and is very similar to what you find in an Android phone. What they can do is, instead emulating every CPU command, they can utilize what's already there and run parts of it native. They also call it "Project NICE" (not sure where the i comes from in NCE, but it sounds nice).
Here is my question: Does this apply to Raspberry Pi 5 with Linux as well or is it limited to Android devices? I don't know if these ARM architectures are similar enough. EDIT: I just looked up specs and the Switch CPU is an "ARM 4 Cortex-A57" and the Raspberry Pi 5 has an "Arm Cortex A76".