On 18/05/2016 15:22, Travis Fisher wrote: > > It is NOT missing any instructions : they implemented the full > transistor set from visual 6502, > It doesn't mean that they all work. It's not like this is just a copy and paste, the size affects things and solving those problems affects other things. And on and on. > They say they hope to hit a speed of 0.5mhz. So only 50% off of > classic CBM. > The are saying between tens or hundreds of hertz, so even 500hz would sound quite high. It's likely to be more useful on a custom board than any existing design. I don't quite get it, the Amiga chipset were originally wirewrapped. They may not have hit the same speed as the eventual custom chips, but they clearly exceeded the speed this is running at. So there must be something about the original 6502 design (someone more knowledgeable than me suggested it was due to dynamic cells and a fully static design would suffer less). Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-05-18 17:00:02
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