clausParticipant02/20/2015 at 14:19Post count: 4
I have been playing around with Retropie for a couple of days now, and I’m very impressed about how well this project Works. I have figured out most of the Things. But i got some crackling sounds in DGEN (Sonic) Adjusting the sound frequency and latency helps alot. But in Quake most of the sound is missing during gameplay. I have read somewhere, that it might help using overclock. But Is that also the case, with the Raspberri 2? The Raspbrry pi 2 at stock speed, even runs Retroarch FBA core emulation very good with CPS 2 and NeoGeo roms.
ThanksRooParticipant02/20/2015 at 15:02Post count: 211
The RetroPie image automatically overclocks your Pi2 to 1000MHz.
I don’t see any problems with Quake on my Pi2. Are you running stock settings?clausParticipant02/20/2015 at 20:07Post count: 4
Thanks for replying. I meant quake 3. But I think it is the sdcard, that is to slow. The sound is only missing ingame, when the player is moving around. The sound is playing when the player is standing still.petrockblogKeymaster02/20/2015 at 20:50Post count: 1827
[quote=88302]The RetroPie image automatically overclocks your Pi2 to 1000MHz.
only if you enable overclocking in raspi-config – it is not overclocked out of the box.RooParticipant02/20/2015 at 21:19Post count: 211
Oh. Did this change recently or have I been mistaken all along?clausParticipant02/20/2015 at 23:20Post count: 4
Raspi-config was set to default = 700 mhz. Shouldn’t this be 900 mhz. Anyway settings it at medium = 900mhz Doesn’t help with the sound.petrockblogKeymaster02/20/2015 at 23:46Post count: 1827
we never had an overclock settings for the rpi2 included by default. some older images had a overclock setting for the rpi1 which was removed/fixed (I believe it wasn’t intentional)
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