fpgaarcade wrote:Off topic, but Replay2 has a large 28nm Spartan7 device on board plus all the usually goodies - high quality analog video/audio as well as dvi/hdmi.
DDR1 memory of compatibility with the current board + 512MB DDR3.
bernouilli wrote:I tried with linaro gcc 7.2.1 (latest) and with the original defconfig and the kernel boots.
So thumb2 option is a problem for gcc 5.4
olin wrote:I also used 1206 package size of components to make it easier to hand solder.
JimDrew wrote:ex68k wrote:JimDrew wrote:The Replay2 will be the same way, and it does in fact have the larger Cyclone V FPGA and high speed ARM, just like the DE-10...
Where do you have this info from?
From me. I am on the Replay development team.
JimDrew wrote:The Replay2 will be the same way, and it does in fact have the larger Cyclone V FPGA and high speed ARM, just like the DE-10...
alfishe wrote:Cyclone V has no thermal diode. Only upper level chips (Arria and Stratix have them). https://lists.rocketboards.org/pipermai ... 02172.html
NML32 wrote:Just curious, does anyone else's De10-nano get pretty hot?
oehansen wrote:A m68k, in silicon, at a speed grade equivalent with arm/intel? ... it would run circles around intel.
1st1 wrote: SAGA and SuperVidel can handle Full HD resolution (which is 1960 x 1280 in 24 bit colour, that is 16 million colours).