> Using an original C64 means you're stuck to the 1 MHz cyclus. The 8237 > needs four cycli. Run it at DOT CLOCK speed (the problem will be synchronizing it to PHI2 I think, for that, I wouldn't actually use the DOT CLOCK, I'd use a multiplier phase locked to PHI2) > I already did some research to find out if I at least > could speed up a part of it but I found no holds to synchronize the 8237 > with the C64 at the right moment :( I think you want either single transfer or demand transfer mode. I'm starting to get interested. I was just considering myself how to do some DMA relatively cheaply. The more I think about your questions and the 8237, the more feasible it seems. bogax - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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