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Old 10 July 2005, 18:01   #1
Tony Landais
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MCP 1.43 Processor options

What should I check in MCP processor's option to have the best stability and optimisation compromise. I have a 68060 66Mhz on a A4000 blizzard card
I read the doc and I don t understand a single word

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Old 11 July 2005, 17:03   #2
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I don't know about other options but "SSP to fastmem" is nice to have. Speeds up Doom for example
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Old 14 July 2005, 07:30   #3
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hello,

I'm using this with MCP1.44 with blizzard060/50.

[PROCESSOR=ON]
VBR=NO
COPYBACK=OFF
ICACHE=YES
DCACHE=YES
IBURST=OFF
DBURST=OFF
SPEEDRAMSEY=OFF
FASTGARY=OFF
BCACHE=YES
SSCALAR=YES
STOREBUF=NO
MOVESSP=NO
HALFINST=NO
HALFDATA=NO
DISABLEFPU=NO
FILTER=NO
FASTROM=NO
MAPROM=OFF

happy to see MCP users. My betatesting beta version of MCP seemend to be usefull and not just for me
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