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Overclock to run N64 smoothly
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Hi, I did the search on the forum trying to find some info about this but I found nothing. Is there a way to overclock to run n64 more smoothly? The problem is that when I do overclock to gpu core the screen has flickering and I don't know if I could fix this changing something in the screen driver.

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#2
The screen flickering is most likely from the LCD driver. Have you tried overclocking while using HDMI? I wonder if it would be perfect on HDMI and flickering on the LCD.

Anyway, the LCD driver is this one: https://github.com/juj/fbcp-ili9341

I would suggest that you read the documentation there. You can probably recompile the driver based on your clock settings that may look better for your specs.

You can also see our builds here: https://github.com/theflav/FreeplayILI9341
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(09-24-2020, 02:11 AM)Flavor Wrote: The screen flickering is most likely from the LCD driver.  Have you tried overclocking while using HDMI?  I wonder if it would be perfect on HDMI and flickering on the LCD.

Anyway, the LCD driver is this one:  https://github.com/juj/fbcp-ili9341

I would suggest that you read the documentation there.  You can probably recompile the driver based on your clock settings that may look better for your specs.

You can also see our builds here: https://github.com/theflav/FreeplayILI9341

Sorry but I have not tried yet to connect using hdmi and see what happens... Yes, I was reading about overclocking with the juj driver.  To compile it, do you need any special option for the kit with cm3 or do you compile it with the default options? I know that I will have to change the DSPI_BUS_CLOCK_DIVISOR option to try to get the bus to work correctly but I don't know if any other option is necessary
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