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  • RetroMarine
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    Although Pisnes seems to be the better snes emulator, there are options within retroarch that Pisnes doesn’t have…so if at all possible, I’d like to have pocketsnes running at the same quality as Pisnes. Has anyone achieved this? I’m at a medium overclock, but in my experience overclocking doesn’t change anything. Thx in advance

    gizmo98
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    Overclock to 950MHz and/or try armsnes-libretro core. Armsnes-libretro can be found under “RetroPie-Setup/EXPERIMENTAL packages”.

    proxycell
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    whats wrong with 1000mhz overclock? i’ve had this on for weeks now

    RetroMarine
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    I don’t know much about overclocking limitations, and I don’t have any heat sinks…is 1000mhz ok to run without sd corruption?

    RetroMarine
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    Gizmo…I looked for armsnes-libretro in experimental packages…nothing.

    brooksyx
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    [quote=82914]I don’t know much about overclocking limitations, and I don’t have any heat sinks…is 1000mhz ok to run without sd corruption?[/quote]

    SD Corruption was a bug in raspbian (retropie runs on it) that was fixed over a year ago. I have my pie running at 1175 mhz and max overvoltage with no issues.

    You can try building this:

    https://github.com/rmaz/ARMSNES-libretro

    It is much better than pocketsnes (its just a fork of it) but I found that square soft RPG’s crash when exiting a battle. I posted the built version of it a while back. You can use it replace the current libretro core in the pocket snes folder.

    gizmo98
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    @RetroMarine
    Your RetroPie-Setup is not up to date. Try:
    cd RetroPie-Setup
    sudo git pull
    sudo ./retropie_setup.sh

    ARMSNES-libretro can be found under Experimental packages.

    RetroMarine
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    Roger that thx

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