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I'm currently running an Intel Q6600 2.4Ghz with 6GB of DDR2 with a GeForce 8800GTS 320mb. I'm averaging pretty steady playable frame rates of 17-20fps in "Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition".

I was wondering if upgrading my GPU would do much to boost performance, or is "Dolphin" bottlenecked more by the CPU or the software implementation of the emulator itself?
 

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No sir, I don't like it.
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No. A CPU upgrade would make a difference though. Dolphin, for the most part, is often CPU limited unless the GPU used is really crappy.

You could try OCing your CPU.
 

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i'am on a [email protected] and i get like 45 and with other audio throttle off,i get about 70-85,,and 110-140 when opening doors...lol at opening doors boost..i have not played in a few days but it was something like that from what i remember..with good monitor lighter and color settings from the graphics card,u wouldn't need graphics settings on high within dolphin and also put some space between u and the monitor,a your good 2 go....i'am no expert,just giving a speed boost idea....

sorry,,Wrong Resident EviL...don't call the COPSSSssss
 
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