This post will illustrate how to use the least system resources when running multiple instances (emulators) at the same time.
- Engine settings
CPU: If you want to run as many emulators as possible, it is recommended to choose 1 CPU.
RAM: Depends on the real performance of your PC. You can set it with more flexibility.
Render mode: You need to watch the performance and the usage of system resources using Task Manager of Windows and decide which one is better for your machine.
GPU memory optimization: If the GPU memory of your machine is stressed when running multiple emulators, you can turn on this option, however, some render issues may occur.
2. Display settings
Resolution: Smaller resolution is recommended because it can reduce resources usage.
FPS: 30 FPS is recommended
Anti-flickering and Game capture: OFF
3. Storage settings
Cache Policy: High performance: Better performance but the emulator will be affected after bluescreen or losing power. Stability: A little slower but can avoid damage of bluescreen or losing power.
Disk management: If you want to have a fixed size of an emulator, use manual management.
4. Device settings
Disable audio to reduce the usage of the resource.
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