Playing Super Smash Bros Brawl on Dolphin eumlator , with following specs:
GPU: nVidia GeForce GTX 660 2GB GDDR 5
CPU: Intel Core i5 3470 (Quad core processor) 3.2GHz with (Turbo boost up to 3.6GHz)
RAM: 8GB DDR 3 1600MHz HyperXBlue - Signle channel
OS:Windows 7 Ultimated edition 64-bit
Recording software: Bandicam
Dolphin settings: Default
Game runs flawlesly on 60 fps, even with recording software.
System Requirements (Minimum)
Dolphin makes use of two processors if present!
Windows XP or higher, or Linux, or MacOSX Intel.
Fast CPU with SSE2.
GPU with Pixel Shader 2.0 or greater. Some integrated graphics chips work but it depends on the model (and only with DirectX 9).
Actually Intel HD3000 and HD4000 can run Dolphin at reasonable speeds, and can even run many games with enhancements; but they will struggle with demanding titles. A full fledged graphics card is highly recommended. IGPs older than the HD3000 are not supported.
For smoother gaming experience (but not full speed), you need at least dual core processor, clocked on 3.0GHz or over, ram memory minimum 2GB (althought ram amount or ram speed, generaly has no affect on emulation speed) and graphic card nVidia 9800gt or ATI HD 4850. Bear in mind that Wii's games are more demanding then Game cube games.
And to be able to play the games on full speed in HD
You need at least i3 processor (preferable i5 or i7 - Quad core processors), but i3 also can be outstanding in some titles, thanks to HTT. Processor should be clocked at least 3.2GHz.
For graphic card. due to the importance of the OpenGL Extension “Buffer Storage” no NVIDIA GPU before the Geforce 4xx series can be recommended. Despite being a bit old, the Geforce GTX 460 will handle almost any game you throw at it in HD resolutions.
AMD video cards see boosts around the board because of the addition of integer math. As such, the AMD HD5770 and should run most games at HD Resolutions.
Unlike AMD GPU's due to very low IPC, AMD CPUs are poor choices for Dolphin. The FX8000 line of processors is the best they have, and even then most of those processors will be around half the speed of the 4670K’s performance with Dolphin.
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