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Nintendo Switch Yuzu Emulator Receives Significant Performance Improvements in First 2021 Update

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Yuzu is an experimental Nintendo Switch emulator from the creators of the Citra 3DS emulator. The emulator has come a long way since the early days with more games becoming supported and general performance improvements. The first major update of 2021 brings a rewrite of the buffer cache along with general bug fixes and stability improvements. The new buffer cache was tested with the Ryzen 5 3400G and resulted in an average performance improvement of 89% for tested games with the average FPS rising to 30. These improvements should greatly benefit those with lower-end hardware and are likely to increase in the future as the emulator is further developed.



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Just started messing around with this emulator again. Finally, I can play New Horizons on my preferred platform.

Really wish they'd re-add the resolution scaler. Games look soooooo good in Ryujinx at 2x resolution.
 
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This is an odd article to see on TPU. Still, very interesting! I'm an emulation buff and had no idea this emu existed...
 
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Didn't expect emulation news in TPU heh,

Aside from regular PC games, been into emulation for so many years and been always looking at whats new.

Yuzu has seen some great progress indeed, though RyujinX is still better in terms of compatibility and graphics

Was able to run Monster hunter rise Demo on RyujinX after just a few rounds of updates
 
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Didn't expect emulation news in TPU heh,

Aside from regular PC games, been into emulation for so many years and been always looking at whats new.

Yuzu has seen some great progress indeed, though RyujinX is still better in terms of compatibility and graphics

Was able to run Monster hunter rise Demo on RyujinX after just a few rounds of updates
Just wish Ryujinx was more stable. Shader compilation takes ages and games seem less stable than on yuzu.

But, as I stated earlier, resolution scaling on Ryujinx is great. Yuzu needs to re-add it at some point.

I guess RPCS3 and Cemu have just spoiled me with their polish and feature sets...
 
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Just wish Ryujinx was more stable. Shader compilation takes ages and games seem less stable than on yuzu.

But, as I stated earlier, resolution scaling on Ryujinx is great. Yuzu needs to re-add it at some point.

I guess RPCS3 and Cemu have just spoiled me with their polish and feature sets...
RyujinX now has shader chache but still lacks asynchronous shader compilation of RPCS3, CEMU and recently yuzu. In terms of stability, somewhat depends on the game i guess but RyujinX demands more CPU power for now vs Yuzu but yeah, i believe Yuzu removed it for compatibility and speed purposes for now but i believe they will bring it back sooner or later.
Speaking of RPCS3, GoW3 is pretty much very nice to play now
 
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If Switch ever comes out with a PRO version with OLED screen and higher ppi I will buy a Switch, as it stands though I can't stand it.

while I am dreaming, lets also hope Sony doesn't give up on handhelds, and in a couple years comes out with a Vita 3 or something... I really think Sony had the right idea, they just need to keep at it.
 
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Speaking of RPCS3, GoW3 is pretty much very nice to play now
Yes, finally i can play 11 years PS3 games on my 3000$ PC, PROGRESS !!! :clap:
If Switch ever comes out with a PRO version with OLED screen and higher ppi I will buy a Switch, as it stands though I can't stand it.
You can dock it on an oled tv, seriously tho, games dont need to be played at a million PPI resolutions on an OLED with saturated colors for you to enjoy playing them, but i guess saying that in a PC enthusiast forms is pointless, after all, nothing is enough for the enthusiasts am i right ? :oops:
 
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If Switch ever comes out with a PRO version with OLED screen and higher ppi I will buy a Switch, as it stands though I can't stand it.

while I am dreaming, lets also hope Sony doesn't give up on handhelds, and in a couple years comes out with a Vita 3 or something... I really think Sony had the right idea, they just need to keep at it.
Fix the joycon drift first and foremost heh

Yes, finally i can play 11 years PS3 games on my 3000$ PC, PROGRESS !!!

You can dock it on an oled tv
Lol, ive played it long ago in actual PS3 hardware, it's just somewhat interesting to see it run on PC, for me at least
 
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Lol, ive played it long ago in actual PS3 hardware, it's just somewhat interesting to see it run on PC, for me at least
I get it, emulating games is interesting, though i wont be using it to play games from other platforms, emulations comes with so many quirks, bu the end you spend more time fighting and adjusting the software than enjoying the game.
 
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I get it, emulating games is interesting, though i wont be using it to play games from other platforms, emulations comes with so many quirks, bu the end you spend more time fighting and adjusting the software than enjoying the game.
For me, tinkering with settings is part of the fun (to an extent).

All that tinkering then gets rewarded with being able to play BotW at 3440x1440 with all sorts of mods and at 70 FPS.
 
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I get it, emulating games is interesting, though i wont be using it to play games from other platforms, emulations comes with so many quirks, bu the end you spend more time fighting and adjusting the software than enjoying the game.
like sam_86314 mentioned, tweaking and tinkering is part of the charm, how would it run on this config? would it run on a dual core quad core etc?
If it runs good nice, if it doesn't oh well that's part of the progress of the emulator and watching an emulator improve is also part of the charm

 
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like sam_86314 mentioned, tweaking and tinkering is part of the charm, how would it run on this config? would it run on a dual core quad core etc?
If it runs good nice, if it doesn't oh well that's part of the progress of the emulator and watching an emulator improve is also part of the charm

Is it really tough ? :ohwell:

Spending a lot of time troubleshooting instead of enjoying the game, is that really fun ? o_O
 
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Finally you can emulate the Nintendo Switch and play Ark with the performance and image quality of a well polished potato.
 
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Is it really tough ? :ohwell:

Spending a lot of time troubleshooting instead of enjoying the game, is that really fun ? o_O
Yes, just like any other software or hardware tweaking, seeing it upscaled resolution than normal, having its FPS unlocked vs original hardware, modding etc.
I hardly finish any game on an emulator because ive mostly played it already on the original hardware. That mindset is only for the ones who want to play the game on its entirety and doesn't want to splurge on a particular console
 
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For me, the biggest appeal of emulation is being able to play exclusive games on my preferred platform, and have a better experience than I would on the consoles. I can experience these games with everything that makes PC gaming great. Visual enhancements and mods are just the icing on the cake.

I completed the main story of BotW on Cemu, and that game is incredible on the emulator. That's not even mentioning the modding community that has popped up around it. CFW on the console may have started the modding scene, but Cemu has made it really take off.
 
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I will have to give this a try. Thanks for the news!
 
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For me, the biggest appeal of emulation is being able to play exclusive games on my preferred platform, and have a better experience than I would on the consoles. I can experience these games with everything that makes PC gaming great. Visual enhancements and mods are just the icing on the cake.

I completed the main story of BotW on Cemu, and that game is incredible on the emulator. That's not even mentioning the modding community that has popped up around it. CFW on the console may have started the modding scene, but Cemu has made it really take off.
CEMU BoTW, at 4K, Reshade, unlocked FPS, custom models and textures and even gameplay. The definitive experience :)

Also, this handheld PC can play it as well, too bad price is ridiculous :D
 
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CEMU BoTW, at 4K, Reshade, unlocked FPS, custom models and textures and even gameplay. The definitive experience :)

Also, this handheld PC can play it as well
Just one of the reasons why I am somewhat excited for Intel Xe. Here's hoping they manage to get the price down on their chips with Xe GPUs (but then again, this is Intel I'm talking about).

The GPD Win 3 is the one that appeals most to me. Just wish I could afford it. :(
 
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Been using Yuzu ever since I sold my Switch Lite, and I don't feel guilty whatsoever :D

Just wish Ryujinx was more stable. Shader compilation takes ages and games seem less stable than on yuzu.

But, as I stated earlier, resolution scaling on Ryujinx is great. Yuzu needs to re-add it at some point.

I guess RPCS3 and Cemu have just spoiled me with their polish and feature sets...

Ryujinx eat more resources but I agree Yuzu is more stable, in any case both emulator just need minor polish.
 
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Yes, finally i can play 11 years PS3 games on my 3000$ PC, PROGRESS !!! :clap:

You can dock it on an oled tv, seriously tho, games dont need to be played at a million PPI resolutions on an OLED with saturated colors for you to enjoy playing them, but i guess saying that in a PC enthusiast forms is pointless, after all, nothing is enough for the enthusiasts am i right ? :oops:


I like what I like, you like what you like. /shrug
 
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Nintendo ninjas coming and shutting down TPU in 3...2...1..
 
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Nintendo ninjas coming and shutting down TPU in 3...2...1..
For want? Reporting on something that is perfectly legal? Yeah, emulation is fully and completely legal.
 
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If Switch ever comes out with a PRO version with OLED screen and higher ppi I will buy a Switch, as it stands though I can't stand it.

while I am dreaming, lets also hope Sony doesn't give up on handhelds, and in a couple years comes out with a Vita 3 or something... I really think Sony had the right idea, they just need to keep at it.
Nintendo doesn't do "high tech" anymore, their strategy has been around driving cost down for a while. (It's basically what made the gameboy such a raging success too, it was the people console, they had competitors with better spec, but far too expensive). They given up on the "tech-head" market ever since the gamecube didn't worked out for them.
(Higher DPI would also mean asking nvidia to make a chip more powerfull than that one tegra chip that they've been using everywhere for ages. )
 
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