20. June 2019 at 5:41 #7251adminKeymaster
Hm, diablo 2 worked with normal core, do you have svn core off?20. June 2019 at 12:01 #7253LarrynhoParticipant
For me , runs in normal core and dont put the CPU type on Pentium, causes freezes and crashes.20. June 2019 at 12:07 #7254
I’ve set these two values under [cpu] in expert settings, works best for me:
isapnpbios=true20. June 2019 at 12:13 #7256
You can also try my Diablo 1 profile, it also works for Diablo 2. All you need to do is adjust the mounting in expert settings.21. June 2019 at 6:47 #7258AscendedParticipant
I tried all your solutions, however still with no luck. Here is what my custom settings are set to. I would love to try someone else is working images. however I don’t think that’s going to happen due to copyright reasons ? it’s strange that every other game I install seems to be working ok with no problems. I’d love to see how Diablo 2 works on my Rooted S10+snapdragon……..
# valid core are: normal, simple, full, auto, dynamic
# dynamic is the fastest and optimized for the ARM processor + works with Win9x
# new paging methods from MB6 & Ykhwong SVN introduce new cputype settings:
# valid cputypes are: 386, 486, 386_prefetch (*), 486_prefetch (*), pentium, pentium_mmx
# (*) = requires normal core setting instead of dynamic
cycles=auto 20000 100% limit 80000
# Only enable MIDI if you have the necessary MT32 ROM files
imgmount c /storage/CACD-6248/Dosbox/win95/Win95.img -t hdd -fs fat -size 512,63,64,1023
imgmount d /storage/CACD-6248/Dosbox/win95/HDD_Diablo2.img -t hdd -fs fat -size 512,63,64,1023
boot -l c21. June 2019 at 20:53 #7259FackoParticipant
I noticed you said you installed the diablo 2 expansion. Diablo 2 only seems to run 1.05 or lower. Think it’s a direct x issue. You would need windows xp to run the expansion (1.07 is the lowest xpac version). So you can only run vanilla diablo 2 in MDB.3. August 2019 at 17:27 #7298VokuarParticipant
Oppo R17 (Snapdragon 670): 8363. August 2019 at 18:03 #7302
Thanks, added it to the list. Looks like these new midrange cpus (Exynos 9610 too) are really very good for emulation.?7. November 2019 at 20:22 #7386maserParticipant
Hello everyone! I’m new to this nostalgia fun thanks to magic dosbox.
I’ve benchmarked old tablet Google Nexus 7 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nexus_7_(2012)).
Rom updated to: Android 7.1.2 (crDroid 7.1.2 20180618-grouper-v3.8.8)
Result is 2894 realtics.
Looks pretty slow but most dos games I’ve tested so far works very well:
– prince of persia 1 and 2,
– wizardry 6 and 7,
– robinson’s requiem,
– the lord of the rings vol.1 and vol.2,
– ultima 7,
– lands of lore 1,
– prisoner of ice
– ultima underworld 1 and 2
The only ones that I’m not satisfied with for now are:
– Lands of lore 2 requires low settings to work fluently,
– Daggerfall – hardly playable on full screen and full settings. I guess it is about 15fps.
Next step is to read how to run windows 98 and then diablo and fallout…but probably my tablet will die on these ;).8. November 2019 at 12:55 #7390
No kidding, that’s actually pretty good, considering it’s a 2012 device. You should be able to play games like Warcraft 2 without any issues. Win95/98 will be rather painful to operate, though. But as a proof of concept, just give it a go. 🙂8. December 2019 at 20:17 #7479Sonny101Participant
OnePlus 7 Pro / Snapdragon 855 / 8GB RAM / Android 10 Stock / not rooted
average score: 5568. December 2019 at 21:04 #7481
Thanks, added to the list. Great to see such stellar performance from Snapdragon cpus. ?27. December 2019 at 19:11 #7490adminKeymaster
Google Pixel 3XL (Snapdragon 845) with Android 10 – score 55321. January 2020 at 12:40 #7574SrandistaParticipant
Google Pixel 3a (Snapdragon 670) with Android 10 – score 78521. January 2020 at 13:13 #7576
Thanks, added! ?
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