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Old 03 October 2019, 13:27   #12
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Well, that might work in theory with a bit of extra circuitry, but that's not how the hack normally works. The best way of doing it would be to derive a 14MHz clock from the motherboard clocks so that the CPU remains in sync with the rest of the machine, and it all still runs off the motherboard's crystal as before. Some of the other signals e.g. the peripheral clock will run at an incorrect speed too, which could cause problems but can easily be rectified with a small bit of logic.
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