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Old 24 February 2016, 09:45   #41
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Originally Posted by britelite View Post
Yes, but adding all these useless extended features are bound to break compatibility (not necessarily at cpu-level, but in general). Which is why I'd rather see them implement a pure accelerator first without any kind of additional crap added, but making sure it could actually serve as a replacement for an 060-card (as in, it would actually run ALL existing 060 software).
Ye, looking forward to full FPU myself. . but I also understand how the devs can be lured away and start adding other cool features... and then one thing leads to another... ye it's definitely a case of "feature-creep" but so far they've actually delivered a working product, unlike most other similar projects, so I'll give them the benefit of a doubt and keep my faith in this. 😆
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