Hello! I’m currently using RetroArch to use Citrate since it already has a preset controller key binding that’s available. RetroArch’s OTHER cores are working perfectly fine but I’ve noticed with Citrate in Kingdom Hears Dream Drop Distance, there are a few audio crackles and low FPSes when there are a ton of things on screen. I’ve played DS games, game cube games, my laptop can even run the resident evil 2 remake at 60 FPS on medium settings. I have a Toshiba Satellite S55 Series, Intel Inside Core i7-4700MQ 2.40 GHz. I saw another poster saying that any processor with under a 1800 single-core performance is not able to run Citrate at full speeds but according to the graph the poster posted (https://www.cpubenchmark.net/singleThread.html) I have 1,815 which should be enough to play it or at least only get low FPSes when dealt with way too many things on screen.
Could this be a retroarch problem or is it something else?