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    "Ooh I didn't know the new gameboy was out already" - most overheard phrase while using my Ice colored Visor
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    What's funny is that when you try to emulate a gameboy using liberty on your visor the games run DOG SLOW... does this mean that gameboys have faster processors? Or is it just because the emulator is slow?
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    this cannot leak to the general public... handspring will be in ruins. nintendo will rule the world
    Originally posted by Henry
    What's funny is that when you try to emulate a gameboy using liberty on your visor the games run DOG SLOW... does this mean that gameboys have faster processors? Or is it just because the emulator is slow?
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    Originally posted by Henry
    What's funny is that when you try to emulate a gameboy using liberty on your visor the games run DOG SLOW... does this mean that gameboys have faster processors? Or is it just because the emulator is slow?
    It's a problem with any emulator. A good rule of thumb is that an emulator must have a processor at least 3x faster than the system it's emulating. GameBoy games run at 4MHz-8MHz, so the Visor would need to be at least 24MHz to keep the proper speed. As the Visor is 16MHz, you must overclock it using Afterburner etc to get the right speed.
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