@ruckage said in Mini Snes: first impressions:
@petrorie said in Mini Snes: first impressions:
Read what he said:
"going by that assumption since the SNES processor only runs at 3.8mhz you could easily emulate it on Amiga 1200 for example as that runs at 14mhz which is over 3 times faster than a SNES (you can't)."
It does run, you claim it doesn't.
And you can't easily emulate it on an Amiga 1200 so what exactly was wrong with that statement? (unless you count a slideshow as easily emulating the snes - if in fact it ran at all - I certainly found no evidence of it running on a normal Amiga 1200) As I said even on an 'Amiga 1200 power PC' which is considerably faster than a stock 1200 it's not even close to full speed.
I'm ending this discussion with you now as this is completely off topic, is derailing the thread and is going nowhere. I've given you facts and links to an article on the subject I don't know how else I can explain it to you. Believe what you want to believe.
Thats not what you said bro. You said you can't run it. lol it's not a slide show, I've seen it on YouTube and the quality of the videos is extremely poor.
I've read that article, and it's BS. lol Running a SNES emu which eats nearly 80% of his workload? I didn't even get that with the PS2 emulator. He has a bottle neck. Look at the second last comment, and that's what I mean.
If thats true what you've said we would need a monster PC for N64 emulation. Look at the max specs for Project 64, they've never changed. Indeed, this discussion is pretty pointless lol.
Getting back on topic: It would be cool if someone created the SNES Mini theme for RetroPie.