Powerful to Emulate 360 games at 100% full speed?

#1mAtRiXrIpOfFPosted 9/14/2013 6:06:55 AM
At 360 native 720p resolution, is it powerful enough?
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#2XBOXvsPCPosted 9/14/2013 6:12:41 AM
what?
#3Snake_Eyes_v3Posted 9/14/2013 6:22:53 AM
What is "360 native 720p resolution?"

The 360 has no native resolution, games were anywhere from under 720p and up to 1080p.
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#4mAtRiXrIpOfF(Topic Creator)Posted 9/14/2013 6:25:14 AM
Snake_Eyes_v3 posted...
What is "360 native 720p resolution?"

The 360 has no native resolution, games were anywhere from under 720p and up to 1080p.


99% of 360 games ran at 720p native resolution. Only a few games were 1080p native.
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#5Sniper_BrosefPosted 9/14/2013 6:26:50 AM
mAtRiXrIpOfF posted...
Snake_Eyes_v3 posted...
What is "360 native 720p resolution?"

The 360 has no native resolution, games were anywhere from under 720p and up to 1080p.


99% of 360 games ran at 720p native resolution. Only a few games were 1080p native.


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#6SolisPosted 9/14/2013 7:50:16 AM
The answer is almost certainly no. Even if the GPU commands could be interpreted, RISC code is going to be completely incompatible with the x86 CPU the Xbox One uses, and there's pretty much no way in hell that a CPU core in the system would be able to emulate one of the Xbox 360's. It would be like trying to emulate the Gamecube on the Xbox.



mAtRiXrIpOfF posted...
Snake_Eyes_v3 posted...
What is "360 native 720p resolution?"

The 360 has no native resolution, games were anywhere from under 720p and up to 1080p.


99% of 360 games ran at 720p native resolution. Only a few games were 1080p native.

It definitely wasn't 99%. Games could range from "510p" to 1080p, and probably a couple percent rendered at resolutions above 720p. At least 10%-20% meanwhile ran at resolutions below 720p. But the resolution the games run at has virtually no impact on emulation anyway.
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#7pblimp360Posted 9/14/2013 7:59:05 AM
A very technically inclined fellow was on this board a long ways back and told me that emulating 360 games on the X1 or PS3 games on the PS4 was impossible due to their different tech inside.

Both are likely gonna use their cloud services to stream games for customers.
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#8Bikes-Posted 9/14/2013 8:07:29 AM
I don't think PC even has 360 or Ps3 emulators yet so...yeah.
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#9PorungaPosted 9/14/2013 8:11:41 AM
Not even close.
#10knightimexPosted 9/14/2013 8:30:23 AM(edited)
The xbox 360 CPU architect is too different than xbox one.

It would not work well, if at all.

xbone would need it's CPU to be MUCH more powerful to software emulate xb360.

By powerful, I mean the latest, and greatest CPU available.

Proof of this can be found in older emulated consoles.

With every newer console, PC needs to be that much more powerful.

Wii emulation requires AT LEAST an i5 Intel CPU

Software emulation is heavily CPU intensive.
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