I am running current RetroPie on a Raspberry Pi 2.
I tried running some Nintendo N64 games but they are somewhat slow.
Would overclocking the RPi2’s CPU from 900MHz to 1GHz fix this speed issue?
Any other suggestions on how to improve N64 emulator speed on a RPi2?
Did you try all the 3 cores? the gles version works quite well for me on some games like Mario Kart. Other games are slow, happens the same on my cellphone on android wich is more powerfull than the pi2 so i guess it’s a matter of the emu improving in the future.
I have a pi1 a+ and have built a handheld game emulator running emulation station. I had the system working well, until I set the overclock to turbo. I was trying to get mario kart 64 to run. It would start, then just go to a black screen. Well, anyhow, now when I boot the system, raspian loads and the screen is fine, but when the retro pi splash screen comes up, it freezes and shakes. Is there a way to avoid the retropi from starting, and go right to retropi config? Is there a keyboard process for this?