Loool. Thank you for your responses btw. I don’t know how to generate a log, but will be looking for how to do it. In case I don’t find it, how do I do that?
Edit: OK!! I’ve made a shocking discovery. I forgot one, but only ONE thing in my previous posts that I considered to be ok to ignore: the “Max Swapchain Images” value.
By default, it comes with a 3. However, in the old Lakka I used, I’d set this to 1 to reduce input lag as much as possible. Never would I consider anything higher (as each increasing number means 1 more frame of lag?) and setting it to 1 never gave me any problems on any cores with any games, so I never thought it would be a problem. But after the last post, I flashed a new install just to test one last time, and did not change this. No emulators stutter with it set to 3! but that’s a problem, because it adds lag. Something must have been changed here between the one I use and last versions, because now setting it to 1 introduces crazy stuttering, although it does reduce lag like crazy too. I was happiest during the times it did not stutter, as the games would be nearly as responsive as the real games. I don’t like how it feels at 3. (Also, setting it to 2 still makes games stutter, 3 is the one that does not.)