Hallo Nick, I'm sorry but I don't ubderstand some things. > As some might know, i've been playing around with a core-emulator for the > PC in the hope of getting it be the 6510... A core-emulator just emulates the 6502, not the C64, yes? "in the hope of getting it be the 6510" This I don't understand at all, I am afraid that this is an English idiom I'm not familiar with. > To prove how valuable selective > mirroring is, consider this. If all is mirrored, the emulator slows to > 1.3MHz on K6-2/500 PC, If page 0 and page 1 are not mirrored, the core > emulator runs at 40MHz. If nothing is mirrored, the core will run at > 66MHz. (tests done with the bas-test program distributed with C64s). The > problem for the PC is ofcourse ISA I/O bus writes needed for transfering > data to/from the C64. Here I am confused as well. Talking about mirroring regarding the SCPU your cor-emulator emulates a SCPU? I'm sorry for any inconvenience but if you rephrase it you would do me a big favour. I am always very interested in hardware things. Groetjes, Ruud http://Ruud.C64.org/ - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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