Hi everyone - I’m totally new to Yuzu so I assume there must be something painfully obvious I’m missing. I did try to search the net and the forums for a fix but couldn’t find an exact match for this issue anywhere.
So as per the title, I’m experiencing a strange problem where Yuzu games run at a slow game speed after I load them, until I click out of the Yuzu window, at which point they will speed up to something more normal. I’ve experienced the issue with two titles so far - Zelda Skyward Sword HD (XCI file), and Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (NSP file). It seems to be consistent whenever I load a game (running Yuzu 1344 on Windows 11), and on both Vulkan and OpenGL APIs.
Although I am running the games at 2x standard resolution with High graphical accuracy, I think my system’s hardware is sufficient to handle this (CPU: Ryzen 5900X, GPU: Nvidia RTX 3090, 32GB DDR4 Ram). Indeed, the reason I say ‘slow game speed’ instead of just ‘low FPS’ is because the whole visual part of game runs slowly - characters move at a snail’s pace, but I might have something like 24FPS at the time (audio speed appears to be normal). Within a few seconds of clicking out of the Yuzu window, game speed will increase (along with FPS) to a normal level, and even when I click back into the window/set the game to fullscreen, I can continue playing with no game speed issues at all.
I’m not overly concerned as the issue isn’t game-breaking (it’s very easy to fix), but it is odd.
Has anyone else experienced this issue? Does anyone have suggestions about what I could do to stop it happening?
Thanks in advance