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Emulator uses 100% CPU


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Get another cpu cooler
When im playing AAA titles mine doesnt use that much around 30% cpu usage
Have you looked at the performance of the cpu if any of the cores are faulty ?

How do u check if cores are faulty?
Btw i dont think there is a problem with the cpu.
+which cpu do u have?

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It's a ivy bridge cpu. 4 cores / 4 threads and because of that the utilization of the cpu is 100%. Most games utilize only 4 cores on a chip, that doesn't mean it's hurting your cpu and it's completely normal.

ok so its normal if the emulator is using 90%cpu.thats a relief.
Should i turn the virtualization back to off or leave it on? I turned it on to check but it didnt have any effect on the usage.

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ok so its normal if the emulator is using 90%cpu.thats a relief.
Should i turn the virtualization back to off or leave it on? I turned it on to check but it didnt have any effect on the usage.

 

yea, should be. it's an older processor, ofc it will work more to keep up plus running the emulator and the game requires processing power because the instruction sets on mobile cpu's are very different than their desktop equivalent.

 

Virtualization is for VM's so the processor can allocate proper resources while running a virtual machine, dunno how it affects emulating so that's completely up to you.



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yea, should be. it's an older processor, ofc it will work more to keep up plus running the emulator and the game requires processing power because the instruction sets on mobile cpu's are very different than their desktop equivalent.
 
Virtualization is for VM's so the processor can allocate proper resources while running a virtual machine, dunno how it affects emulating so that's completely up to you.

Ok thank you for your help.
I will keep virtualization on for now cuz im going to try pheonix OS, i heard it also runs the game smoothly and if it uses less resoirces then the emulator then i will keep it

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Thank you scrappydoo for your help.

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As I said, high cpu usage in these scenarios is common. Emulating is an cpu intensive task. And it's pubg, the most "optimized" game in the world.



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Got a notification from tencent buddy that they are fixing the 100% cpu usage problem.It said that the problem was caused by a game update ...



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try an older version of the emulator, maybe it was an update that is now causing the issue?

QBD was right ,it was an update that caused the issue.

They have fixed it now the cpu usage ingame is around 55 to 60 percent.





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