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Old 08 March 2012, 22:51   #2408
Mr B
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I don't see a combination problem that could crop up. Blizzard/Apollo already supports PC memory.
For which there are memories that simply wont work, or "works" with intermittent issues. Still don't see the problem?

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CPU timings are history, and there are cheap off-the-shelf chips to talk to a generic PC RAM of the 1 type that he chooses.
I like the attention to detail Jens brings, where timings aren't a "best effort" generic works with anything setting, but something he slaves over to bring us the best performance he can.

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No I meant this for the high end. Beyond which there is nothing faster.
I saved the first, for last. Your barking up the wrong tree. We'll get emulated 680x0 that will be a lot faster, and compatible with a wider array of software then a top of the line 68060, most likely long before the adaptation of "empty" accelerator cards. I'm not going to be surpriced when someone pulls a chip out of their rear end, that emulates a 68030 couple of 100 MHz. Right now the chips to run it of is to expencive, but they'll end up as NOS soon enough them to.
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