[Coco] Off Topic but neato "Tiny $35 Raspberry Pi computer causes big stir on launch day"
jorwen at neb.rr.com
Wed Feb 29 19:38:41 EST 2012
I run VCC v1.42 on my PC running Win 7 Ult 64bit, 8 core AMD proc 3 Ghz
per core and 16 GB ram and DECB
code executes at .895 Mhz the same as a standard stock COCO3. I go into
config and change the slide to 50 Mhz
and click apply and it has no effect on basic code execution. How do
you get code in VCC emulator to execute
at a 50 Mhz equivalent. Is that only under OS9 or NOS9 L2 that it
performs that way. I'm confused.
On 2/29/2012 4:45 PM, Steve Bjork wrote:
> By your definition that a CoCo 4 is any enhanced version of the CoCo3
> then the VCC emulator beat the FPGA by years!
> The VCC enhancements include 2 MB of RAM, 6309 and 50+ MHz on my PC.
> On 2/29/2012 1:42 PM, Aaron Wolfe wrote:
>> On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 4:21 PM, Boisy G. Pitre<boisy at tee-boy.com>
>> This is the crux of it for me. The FPGA "Coco 4" exists right now,
>> and I can turn it on and play right now.
>> Every other coco4 idea is only theoretical, therefore FPGA wins by
>> default :)
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