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Old 12 December 2015, 12:52   #1
Leandro Jardim
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Stopped M68K CPU idle mode function

Whats the function of Stopped M68K CPU idle mode in WinUAE? Is it to speed up PPC emulation in single/multi core computers?

While it seems to speed up CPU emulation in OS4.1 (not FE), Paula/SB128 sound starts to play distorted on my machine with this setting slightly moved to right, unfortunately.

I dont have problem with sound, but I wanted to get some more speed with this setting on.
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Old 12 December 2015, 15:54   #2
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It is meant to reduce main UAE thread host CPU usage when PPC CPU is the only active CPU and main thread is only needed to handle chipset emulation, chipset events, interrupts and other book keeping tasks.

This option is not really adjusted for anything timing sensitive, at least not yet.
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Old 12 December 2015, 18:29   #3
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