--- Comment #26 from Andrea Musuruane <musuruan(a)gmail.com> 2012-09-15 10:32:48 CEST
(In reply to comment #25)
Hum, be aware if you play with gcc flags to test completely PCSX2.
very sensible to gcc behavior and could break and crash very easily. I have
enough report of real crashes ;)
We are bound to Fedora guidelines and therefore we must use those flags.
>>> Not all i686 processors, like the AMD Geode LX (and this
is currently shipped), support SSE or SSE2. And this is a problem for us.
Geode isn't a good example in my opinion. PCSX2 is a real time application
(like any games actually). You need to have a powerful enough CPU to run the
application at a minimum speed. Current recommended setting is a dual core@3
GHz. The best geode is only 1 core(a)1.5 GHz, without sse2. This CPU is for
embedded solution and low power application not for advance gaming.
Again, it's not really our choice as we follow Fedora guidelines so we must
support those CPUs. But that can even mean that the user is warned at runtime
that he cannot run the emulator with his PC.
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