Ashenshards wrote:I was having lots of issues with Snes core, but I've loaded the Core at least 50 times now with 824 without any graphics glitching at all.
Mister 820, 627 OS, 824 Menu - current build. Batman Returns also looking good. Are you up to date with everything?
Up to date with the latest releases. It was really weird, other cores (genesis, tg16, minimig) were fine save the SNES one. I think my DE10 is crapping out. Tested the SDRAM, fails half the time at 167mhz but at 150mhz it passes every time. In order to get SNES to work on my DE10 is to completely power cycle the unit, go directly to the SNES core (latest) and it's fine until you hit the reset button on the I/O board or switch out to another core and then back again, issue returns. I'm using stock power supply and no "switch" of sorts, though I am using a Mister USB Hub (12/2018) with only a keyboard transceiver and an 8bitdo bluetooth adapter. When I have time, I'm going to unplug the usb hub and use an otg and just plug the bluetooth adapter to it.
Anyway I think it's safe to say this is a hardware issue and the SNES core is exposing a hardware fault... maybe?
TLDR; SNES core exhibiting problems exposing a possible fault in DE10 board or power supply? Other cores function normally. It's like, weirding me out man. For Ref: DE10/32MB-SDRAM/IOBoard5.5/USBHubDaughterBoard
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