First post, by Synaps3
So PCem is a pretty good emulator, but there seems to be no ability (in the menus) to manually enter a CPU speed. You have to select from the pre-defined speeds. I want to know if there's some configuration or hack that will let me enter the exact CPU speed? I want to emulate a 486 AMD Overdrive 133 MHz, but they don't have it. It's clearly capable of this speed though. So I want to select a 486 DX4 and force its speed to 133 MHz.
Unfortunately, the PCem forum has been taken down for some reason so I can't ask them.
EDIT: Oh, I should mention that I'm pretty sure that CPU is actually an AMD 5x86, but they don't have that either.
BOARD | RAM | CPU | GPU
ASUS CUV4X-D | 2GB | 2 x PIII Tualatin ~1.5 GHz | Radeon HD 4650
DELL DIMENSION XPS 466V | 64MB | AMD 5x86 133MHz | Number Nine Ticket to Ride
Sergey Kiselev's Micro8088 10MHz | 640KB | Trident VGA