RadeonUser said:It could be done yes (PJ64 has no setting for this), but it can be done... There's a few problems that arise with raising the FPS though... You might notice this as either... a laggy controller... or bad sound.
Just want to make sure you guys know this too... The N64 actually runs games like... Zelda OoT, Zelda MM, Perfect Dark at somewhere near 15 to 30 frames per second. 50 or 60 "Fields Per Second" (what the FPS counter is for in PJ64) is the rate at which the frames would be displayed (50 or 60 respectively) but renders at slower speeds (depending on the game... something like Super Mario 64 probably does somewhere near 50 to 60 frames per second)
Well... thats a reason why they decided againts adding a selectable FPS limiter... Too many problems would arise.
*Don't hesitate to correct me if I'm wrong here*