Honestly I have a lot of time without emulate games. The last emulator that I have been used was Project 64 to emulate N64 games and many others emulator for Ps2 and arcade. In those years when I used to test all kind of emulator I usually like to test different configurations, plugins and different ways to keep the performance in the emulator with the low specs of my computer. The last week I was testing Yuzu 710 release, the emulator is good and with the low specs of my laptop I can run The Legend of Zelda Links Awakening game but with a poorest performance. Checking different configurations I can see that this emulator has more stability in this game with single core configuration ,disabling the multicore support and using OpenGL is not so slow and is stable with fps, vulkan is faster but have frameskip problem and some shaders missing. There is anyway to know what is the problem with multicore CPU Emulation in my computer? I have seen other users emulate these games with fewer requirements.
Intel(R) Core i7-7700HQ 2.81Ghz
Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 64bits
16 Ram 2444Mhz
Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050Ti 4GB
1tb SSD M2.NVME