> Oh I like accuracy too, to a point. It gets a bit much pointless and ridiculous
> if some of the better hardware on the market can't run the sucker respectably as
> yours can't at 50%. What I left off is that this thing is using an AMD Neo64
> NV-20 chipset, it's no powerhouse, and that's why I was marveling it running so
> I can only hope someone can find an airtight valid copy of 1.7 and get it out
> there to people. It's still in development, but too too slowly, so it's mostly
> like they're just trying to collect from suckers their $20.
> > I've been trying out MESS's support for N64 and it's at about ~50% speed on my
> > Q6600 @ 3.2ghz and there are some minor graphical glitches. However, given
> > work going into it, it will probably be the most accurate N64 emulator in a
> > relatively short time unless another contender appears. But it seems like the
> > fascination with N64 emulation has waned, so I doubt it.
> > I also have to say that I have Project64 1.6 on my 1.2ghz Via C7-M/UniChrome
> > Pro GPU netbook. It's pretty crap, but amazingly does run Mario 64 playably.
> > Project64 is a good emu, but I like accuracy over enhanced graphics so I'm
> > holding out hope that MESS's N64 emulation will one day be playable :-D
> > _ _ - - = = Pr3tty F1y = = - - _ _
> Billy Connolly - Statement of the Century
> "If women are so bloody perfect at multitasking, how come they can't have a
> headache and sex at the same time ?"
All work and no play makes me..., well, you know the rest.