Updating my directx
Direct X 11 is supported in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.
Direct X 11.1 is supported in Windows 8, Windows RT, and Windows Server 2012.
Dolphin is a dual core application that relies upon IPC (Instructions Per Clock) for performance.
Additional cores will not make Dolphin go any faster, though an "extra" core that Dolphin isn’t using may help slightly by keeping background tasks from using the same cores as Dolphin.
Note: For more information regarding CPU performance, please checkout this handy benchmark that contains results from tons of users.
Just remember that Dolphin is a console emulator: it does what the games instruct it to do. Some games run well on most modern processors, while others won’t run full speed at all times on even the most powerful of processors.
Microsoft Direct X is a suite of technologies developed by Microsoft to provide hardware acceleration for heavy multimedia applications such as 3D games and HD videos.
Sometimes when i install games i get an error saying that a d3dx9_43or something like that is missing and i know that it's got something to do with Direct X.Other Unix-like systems (such as Free BSD) may work but are not officially supported.Operating systems are required to be 64-bit to run Dolphin.You can also manually download and apply the update package that updates Direct X to the latest version for your operating system. The Direct X End-User Runtime Web Installer will install the Direct X files your computer is missing.
Once you have downloaded and run the web installer, you will be required to restart your system.
As well, Dolphin runs on Android 5.0 and up on 64-bit Android devices.