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    VC vs emulators. Pros and cons

    many VC titles are also available in emulation. Im just curious as to which one many of you prefer, running the VC format or the emulated one. Give me your opinions!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GamerFreak857 View Post
    many VC titles are also available in emulation. Im just curious as to which one many of you prefer, running the VC format or the emulated one. Give me your opinions!
    sNEEK and TriForce use an "emulated" NAND via SD card (or perhaps via FAT32 HD as well). The installed VC/wads don't actually eat up your limited NAND's storage, so most count that as a "good thing."

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    interesting, but how does the performace hold up?

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    Perhaps use of the search bar in the upper corner may yield the results you seek. I believe there is a thread a piece for the two mentioned. If performance isn't mentioned in the thread, asking in-thread would be acceptable.

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    i wasnt really looking for answers, i was just trying to see everyones prefference, know what im sayin?

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    You can create a poll thread (I think a regular user can) of "sNEEK versus TriForce: which is better and why?" and perhaps the results may be telling...

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    hmm alrighty, ill look into that. thanks

    while im here i might as well ask, about how long is the average extraction time for emulated games? it seems to be taking a really long time, almost appears to be freezing even
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    :) - Please Read!!!!

    It sounds like you need to do alot more reading about the information that you seek.... I have a feeling that this will just turn into a argument thread, not because of YOU but becasue there are lots of people that are on the fence and we dont need more noobs comming here and trying to put in there 2cents in.... I also dont want you to get confused -

    Like was mentioned look here:

    http://www.wiihacks.com/wiihacks-new...ool-guide.html
    or
    http://www.wiihacks.com/other-faq-gu...are-sneek.html
    or
    http://www.wiihacks.com/wiihacks-mem...i-modding.html

    And please dont take this as being harse or mean we just want to look out for our users.....

    ENJOY!!!!!

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