When game footage is switched, the game slow down rapidly from 250%, which is I adjusted to, to 130%. Of course when I restart the game (or do quick-save and quick-load), it regains speed. But slow down issue takes place so often thus such solution is practically ineffective.
Operating System: WIN10 Pro 64bit
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1600
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB
Citra Version (found in title bar): Nightly 1716
Game: Inazuma Eleven Go Shine (Japan)
Screenshot of Issue (include the full Citra window including titlebar):
Sorry, sir. I think I have to correct my statement.
For last 2 days, I realized that, unless I use save states function, no inconvenient slow-down issue occurs.
So, I can assume save states function causes such issue.
Here’s the log. But it’s differ from the issue that first I had described:
Because I wanted to play with much faster speed, I adjusted speed to 450%.
But, actual emulation speed stayed at only about 300%, even if I didn’t use the save state function.
Furthermore, the emulation speed seems to be gradually decreased (day by day).
I’d really like for you to give me a proper answer.
This log file is full of you using save states. I don’t think you got the memo.
300% is around what I would expect with your CPU. It can’t go any faster than what the CPU’s single thread performance is capable of. As for the decreasing speed → Since you’re still using save states, please make sure to this time not use them and just use your in-game save file. This is to confirm if the save states are, or are not the issue.
The log file isn’t showing anything too alarming. Can you see if the same issue occurs on a portable Citra build? This would rule out any issues with your current Citra installation:
Go to Download Citra - Citra and select Manual download. Then under Nightly Build, click on your operating system’s icon to the right of the latest build available to download the build.
Extract it (.7z can be extracted using Winrar or 7zip) (.tar.gz can be extracted natively on MacOS) and put it where ever you wish. Inside the extracted mingw folder, create a folder called user. This Citra should now store all of its config, save files and such inside of this user folder.
Check to make sure that this user folder is in the same folder that contains citra-qt(.exe)
Now run the citra-qt executable found inside of the mingw folder and run your game.
If the issue remains, please upload another log file.