RE: LCD64 Update /Help
Date: 2001-03-15 10:31:30

> The 6502 in the 1541 might lend itself better to this kind of fiddling.
> Write a program that blinks the light as long as the results of many
> assorted instructions remain OK.  Wind the clock down until it dies.  Also
> measure the power consumption while you're doing this.

I've previously made a clock halving circuit for the C128, so the C128 runs
at 500kHz no problem, will have to see if quarter speed is Ok also.... I'd
prefer it to be an integer divider so the video continues to work at the
standard rate to provide the appropriate memory refresh. Main issue is if
power consumption reduces.

- Nick


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