How to Boost the Framerate of No$GBA

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Gamers looking to play their favorite Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS games on the computer can use popular hardware emulators such as No$GBA. Though No$GBA runs well on most modern computers, some users might want to run DS games on older computers, cheap laptops or low-end netbooks and smartphones. However, the games might not run at an optimal speed. Fortunately, you can improve performance with some simple tweaks to the video and sound options.

  • Download and install "NO$Zoomer," the No$GBA addon that gives you additional settings including resizing and repositioning the two DS screens. NO$Zoomer also automatically improves performance compared to running No$GBA alone. You can obtain NO$Zoomer from www.emuparadise.me.

  • Open the "Options" menu and select "NO$GBA settings."

  • Select "Unlimited Mhz Disaster, 10%" under "Emulation Speed."

  • Choose "Digital Mono" and "Low (10kHz)" from the "Sound Output Mode" and "Sound Desired Sample Rate" menus, respectively.

  • Pick "nocash" from the list of choices under "3D Renderer" and "15bit Color" from the "Video Output" menu.

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