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Vulkan on Nvidia

Yes, for quite some time (since 600 series). I'd just blame the developer of the emulator not optimizing well, it's not Nvidia's fault. Sure in DOOM Nvidia cards in general dont benefit from Vulkan as much as Radeons do, but it's far better than "stuttering" or "glitching out".

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Hey, quick question. Does nvidia GPU's support Vulkan, because im playing an emulator atm on directx 11, and it stutters from time to time, but it did not with vulkan. I could try opengl before vulkan, but just in case, is Vulkan supported on Nvidia GPUs? I have an RTX 2070 super.

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Yes, for quite some time (since 600 series). I'd just blame the developer of the emulator not optimizing well, it's not Nvidia's fault. Sure in DOOM Nvidia cards in general dont benefit from Vulkan as much as Radeons do, but it's far better than "stuttering" or "glitching out".


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5 minutes ago, NotMrTaco said:

Hey, quick question. Does nvidia GPU's support Vulkan, because im playing an emulator atm on directx 11, and it stutters from time to time, but it did not with vulkan. I could try opengl before vulkan, but just in case, is Vulkan supported on Nvidia GPUs? I have an RTX 2070 super.

Which emulator? Most have a lot of tweaking avaliable.


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6 minutes ago, NotMrTaco said:

Hey, quick question. Does nvidia GPU's support Vulkan, because im playing an emulator atm on directx 11, and it stutters from time to time, but it did not with vulkan. I could try opengl before vulkan, but just in case, is Vulkan supported on Nvidia GPUs? I have an RTX 2070 super.

Vulcan run very well on nvidia cards and it's better than opengl


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1 minute ago, Jurrunio said:

Yes, for quite some time (since 600 series). I'd just blame the developer of the emulator not optimizing well, it's not Nvidia's fault. Sure in DOOM Nvidia cards in general dont benefit from Vulkan as much as Radeons do, but it's far better than "stuttering" or "glitching out".

Okay sounds good, originally I had thought directx 12 would be a good choice, but then that started to glitch out, which made me to go directx 11. I'll definitely check out vulkan and opengl though.

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1 minute ago, williamcll said:

Which emulator? Most have a lot of tweaking avaliable.

Dolphin, playing Paper Mario: TTYD

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3 minutes ago, NotMrTaco said:

Dolphin, playing Paper Mario: TTYD

Looking on the forums I see people with opposite situations as you are, I suggest you try all three of them because I get 60fps 1080p on TTYD on the OnePlus 6


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, williamcll said:

Looking on the forums I see people with opposite situations as you are, I suggest you try all three of them because I get 60fps 1080p on TTYD on the OnePlus 6

Oh Okay, sounds good.

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