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Old 08 March 2012, 21:51   #2408
Mr B
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Originally Posted by Photon View Post
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?

Originally Posted by Photon View Post
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.

Originally Posted by Photon View Post
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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