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Re: IBM PC 5150 games?

Compatibility won't be perfect, but yes. I have a trident 9000 integrated in my Monotech XT board and it works pretty well for a lot of games. I'm speaking under correction, but the Trident 8900 had a mode utility to enter Hercules, EGA and CGA emulation mode, respectively. Maybe it will still work …

Re: IBM PC 5150 games?

thank you very much! looking on the internet I discovered some interesting things about hardware which is the critical part: 1) the CPU can be changed with a NECv20 which is faster and the clock generator can be changed by bringing the CPU to 8mhz. 2) IBM provides both the CGA card and the EGA for …

Re: IBM PC 5150 games?

thank you very much! looking on the internet I discovered some interesting things about hardware which is the critical part: 1) the CPU can be changed with a NECv20 which is faster and the clock generator can be changed by bringing the CPU to 8mhz. 2) IBM provides both the CGA card and the EGA for …

Re: IBM PC 5150 games?

I am making a spread sheet for myself for noting things about old games. In my collection I am only up to 1986, so at the moment it works great for this question :). https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1hVLM9Jmvx3_HTmTdMnoGj2D7DJu7g3ZFeEfYcM5yZc4/edit?usp=sharing Mostly it is shitty arcade ports, …

Re: Best WinXP Video Card

There are a lot of games like Splinter Cell 1 that need a very specific video card to run their best. The early XP/ late windows 98 era is where most of the trouble is. Most everything after about 2002 will run fine on anything. Even in modern windows with patches or no CD hacks.

Re: Primer on PC audio?

So in addition to my earlier questions, Im kind of wondering how modern playback works in the case of something like a Realtek audio chip. If I play a game that was recorded using a Roland MT-32 for example, what exactly is the Realtek chip doing? Does it have the ability to emulate all kinds of …

Re: Primer on PC audio?

Gonna keep it high level, but here goes. The first IBM PC was released in 1981 and it had a PC speaker. A PC speaker is little a speaker, attached with a couple of wires to the board, that project noises out of the chassis. The PC speaker is a single voice, square wave that is controlled directly by …

Re: New sound card project: AWE64 Legacy

for dos sound awe64 and even better the awaited awe64 legacy for win32 games go aureal vortex 2. and you will never want to hear about sblive. and i have apollo pro 133a aureal is great I have an AWE32 on one of my DOS rigs, an ALS100 on the other and an SBLive on my Tualeron/V3 Win98 rig, and I'm …

Re: DOSBox 0.74 CPU Benchmark

Yeah it is interesting. AMD IPC compares favorably to intel processors in some benchmarks and not in others. This dosbox benchmark is probably the biggest gap I have seen so far. The Kaby Lake CPU benchmarks are, on average, 12% faster clock-for-clock than Ryzen, and the haswell CPUs, which are …

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