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Re: DTK 486VIP PKM-0039E BIOS and Jumpers Wanted

Всем привет. Есть такая. Рабочая. Актуально еще? ЗЫ: Джампера стоят под AMD-DX4-100 --- Google Translate --- Hello everyone. There is one. Working. Still relevant? PS: Jumpers are under AMD-DX4-100 Yes, it's still relevant! Could you dump the BIOS of your board ? If you could provide a higher …

Re: Would you be interested in an x86-based alternative to the Raspberry Pi, optimized for retro gaming?

For one thing, the vast majority of the changes that were made from the Pentium Pro to Penryn were allowed by miniaturization, not required by it. Trying to include an on-die level 2 cache or integrated memory controller during the 600 nm era would have resulted in very large die sizes and …

Re: Would you be interested in an x86-based alternative to the Raspberry Pi, optimized for retro gaming?

Couldn't help but notice this thread has derailed badly, beginning to have pages filled with rants and pointless arguments against eachother, ignoring the proposed idea. For the OP, have you played around with one of those x86 SBCs (like the lattepanda or the udoo), to see what it's like ?

Re: Would you be interested in an x86-based alternative to the Raspberry Pi, optimized for retro gaming?

WDStudios wrote on 2021-06-22, 12:23: Name one DOS game that literally can't be completed without sound. I've only come across one game that genuinely couldn't be completed without sound. It was Myst, and it was never ported to DOS. I think you are treating it as a joke at this point (and everyone …

Re: Would you be interested in an x86-based alternative to the Raspberry Pi, optimized for retro gaming?

A big part of the draw of a product like this would be that almost everything would install and play correctly from the original disks with no third-party hacks, workarounds, command-line parameters, typing arcane jibberish into consoles etc... there would be some exceptions of course, like the …

Re: Would you be interested in an x86-based alternative to the Raspberry Pi, optimized for retro gaming?

Again, you're getting bogged down in the technical details. I know people in real life who can worry about those things for me. And yes, there will always be compromises, in the design of literally everything that has ever been designed in the history of designing things . The fact that I'd make …

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