Newsdee wrote:vebxenon wrote:Master System core using some improvements on T80 works better, for example
Sure but is that just because of the SDRAM, or the HDL code? If it's just a difference in HDL it can be ported back to the MiST?
Newsdee wrote:Do you have the link of the FTP server wih the source? I found it in one forum Saturday, but can't remember which one. I think it wasn't Zone de Pruebas though.
Sorgelig wrote:Except SRAM this board is not interesting.
farvardin wrote:Sorgelig wrote:Except SRAM this board is not interesting.
I think it's an interesting board anyway, it's smaller than MiST, cheaper, has a "ear" input. It might not be interesting for everyone, but it's a board made by passionate hobbyists and thus it deserves respect for this. I wonder how the beeper and AY musics sound on it.
Yet I prefer the MiST, even if it's more expensive, it can emulate so many systems (my beloved ST as well). And your core is very good. The ula+ is wonderful, now this core on the MiST can do so much... thanks a lot.
Newsdee wrote:The biggest downside is the smaller FPGA which rules out some cores
antoniovillena wrote:The biggest core is a C64+SID+1541 that it's in alpha stage and occupies almost 100% of FPGA.
Sorgelig wrote:C64 has licensing issue - this is the main "hand brake" in its development. You need to complain to original author of C64 core.
Sorgelig wrote:antoniovillena wrote:Also it has RCA Composite (both PAL/NTSC) included
Very questionable "advantage".
Owners of real retro computers (C64, Amiga) are adding HDMI/DVI output, while you cripple the video intentionally on capable hardware.
Sorgelig wrote:not bad.
Is it open source?
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