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That's one hurdle out of the way! Most of x64's speed advantage comes from the fact that it has double the number of registers, the remaining advantage comes from being able to do 64bit math in one instruction. Therefore the 64-bit version must use an interpreter, which is very slow. It absolutely is worth it long-term, but, it's a multi-stage process. Though, I suppose they could do what Dolphin did and simply discontinue the 32-bit codebase. For instance, this demo calls functions to initialize the main thread's stack and heap.



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Things become more complicated when you introduce interrupts and threads, but we don't need to worry about either. While it is limited to 32bit, I think it is a valuable inclusion for torrent the repo since we have an emulator section. This can save an extra instruction, making code smaller and faster. It's a bit of a chicken and egg situation, two steps are needed. Take Microsoft's Visual Studio for instance.



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I'm more an N64 emulator kind of guy :. However, they provide no access to any rendering functionality. I don't think anyone would disagree with that. It's what Dolphin does with stuff we don't care about. It's a lot of work though.



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Only a few syscalls need to be implemented for this to work, thankfully. Until that happens, file moving to 64-bit wouldn't provide any meaningful performance boost. Both steps can be done individually. Keep the old nonsense in until the replacement is good enough and just not care about bug reports for the old stuff. Who knows who else might. A major milestone for an emulator is being able to display even the most basic graphical output.



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It's such a huge code base they have decided not to make it 64-bit for now. Just wanted to post the latest bit of info that I found. This site is not directly affiliated with psxemulator. Windows is never, ever going to drop 32-bit support. This is true of other software too. Logically speaking, this leaves only one possibility to start with: the memory map. It will be up to Microsoft to decide if it's worth investing on an emulator for the win32 runtime which runs 16bit and 32bit apps.



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Note how I said physical memory map. Also of note is how to handle the 128-bit registers

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