bhamadicharef wrote:Any interest or need to implement the Motorola 6888x floating point coprocessor ?
Brahim @ Singapore
Just go for it, an complete working 68882 would be nice
Sorgelig wrote:Still cells aren't equal between different manufacturers.
PurpleMelbourne wrote:If there is a 68000 or 68010 core which is faster than 68080 then I'll be happy to try it
PurpleMelbourne wrote:So aside from the Apollo 68080, what is the fastest OpenCore for 68k family?
fpgaarcade wrote:This week I hope. I've been running comparisons with the fx68k design when the core is in 68000 mode. There are some minor differences in stackframes I would like to fix, but I think it's good enough.
fpgaarcade wrote:I'm also looking at the fast (-2) spartan7 to get decent HDMI speeds out of it, and there is quite a jump between the -1 and -2 speed grades.
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