northernbob wrote:afraid am gonna be slacking a bit, this week. its crazy party season going on here! am booked up for the next 7 days (well 6+1 star wars film)
` an external tube connection`
am a bit confused with your wording there. thats an actual circuit in the fpga?
btw, with regard to cores....is there a master core made up? how much larger would that be?
does the model b core inc any vram ? i believe tbblue has 128k of vram in the core.
surely the model b isnt vastly bigger than the z80 core, there must be some free fpga space to add, little extras?
AM rusty on bbc architecture in the 1988-1995 era. I played with a acorn pc in 1995, owned by one my computer lecturers at uni.
Which version of risc os, would that have run? v3?
which is the smallest risc cpu that can run risc os? I mean i guess the cpu from ` The A3010 model ` is too large for the fpga in the next?
btw am just thinking out loud/forward here!
Is the ARM250 an open core? is there something like this that would fit on the next.
WOuldnt a risc based cpu, be easier to accelerate, than a z80. I suspect am asking the wrong question there )
basically, which is the most advanced risc cpu, that fits on the next fpga, that can be accelerated to the `highest level` ? using the copro lever/crowbar!
Start here: https://github.com/hoglet67/PiTubeDirect/wiki