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A few questions regarding emulation

20th February 2014, 05:49 AM |#11  
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😁😁 glad you got it working right. I wish some clever dev would build a better GUI for just the rearmed psx emulator that would be great.

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23rd February 2014, 09:27 PM |#12  
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I also found out that that screen flickering doesn't happen on ePSXe running software mode. Nobody else seems to have this problem though
24th February 2014, 12:54 AM |#13  
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I also found out that that screen flickering doesn't happen on ePSXe running software mode. Nobody else seems to have this problem though

Last post on this matter, epsxe and fpse flickering on screen is fixed by disabling hardware overlays in advanced -> developer options on the ouya..
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Not really about emulation, but the factors that affect it that google has no answer for.

1. I noticed the ouya gets very warm, not overheating but it makes me wonder if it's like my htc one where it throttles the gpu clock speed depending on temperature?

2. I run my games from a cheap usb stick; will games / movies run with better performance with a higher quality stick or if they are put in internal storage?

1) It's possible, but I doubt it. I think it's pretty unlikely that a Tegra 3, which is designed for fanless use, would overheat with a heatsink and fan. Throttling is common with smartphones because of the lack of a fan.

2) Anything cartridge based will typically be small enough that transfer speed isn't an issue. Anything disc-based was expecting to be reading from an optical disc, so even a slow flash-based solution is going to be faster.
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