How do I speed up Dolphin?

At the same time, adjusting game window size and – in the settings accessed by clicking the “Graphics” tab in the main Dolphin menu – reducing the display resolution can quickly speed up a game emulated in Dolphin.

Can my laptop run Dolphin emulator?

Dolphin is a cross-platform emulator that runs on Windows (7 SP1 and newer), Linux, and macOS (10.13 High Sierra and up). For their ease of use and additional graphics backend options, Windows is generally recommended for most users. Other Unix-like systems (such as FreeBSD) may work but are not officially supported.

How do I get Dolphin to run 60 FPS?

Once Dolphin is running on its own, you can adjust the graphics settings by clicking the “Graphics” tab in the main emulator menu. In the window that appears, you can toggle enhancements and other visual features, as well as adjust aspect ratios and resolutions.

How do I make Gamecube games run faster on Dolphin?


  1. Skip EFB Access from CPU – Provides a speed boost.
  2. Ignore Format Changes – The vast majority of titles don’t care about this, and it provides a small boost.
  3. Store EFB Copies to Texture Only – Enabled by default.

Is Dolphin emulator perfect?

According to Dolphin’s rating system, over 96 percent of the games are either “playable” or “perfect” when it comes to compatibility. However, not all games are fully compatible with Dolphin emulator.

How do I get Dolphin to run at 60fps?

How much RAM do I need for emulators?

But for users who are not intent on using the most recent of emulators (like those for the Wii U and PS3), 8GB or even 4GB of RAM is still likely to be enough.

How do I speed up my FPS on Dolphin emulator?

Skip EFB Access from CPU unchecked

  1. Skip EFB Access from CPU unchecked.
  2. Ignore Format Changes checked.
  3. EFB Copies Texture.
  4. Texture Cache Fast.
  5. External Frame Buffer -> Disable checked.
  6. OpenMP Texture Decoder checked.