Started by ukmarkh, 00:55, 15 February 16
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Quote from: gerald on 20:36, 16 February 162. TFM added this 16% or 50 % rather than correct it to 50%. And he is saying that he did not make this change (or play foul to elude that fact that he overreact to any comment on his work)
Quote from: gerald on 20:36, 16 February 16It's 50% or nothing (ie crash). And crash will be visible quite soon.
Quote from: 1024MAK on 20:47, 16 February 16Symptoms of the hardware not being happy are more likely failure to properly intialise to the start up screen.Or symptoms similar to a RAM fault.Mark
Quote from: TFM on 20:45, 16 February 16Stop lying around! Fano added that! As great as your hardware is, as small your social skills are. Proof here:Difference between revisions of "6 MHz CPC" - CPCWiki
Quote from: andycadley on 21:36, 16 February 16One day I'm going to get everyone from this forum into a room and we're all going to have a group hug. One that lasts just ever so slightly too long to be comfortable.Just sayin'
Quote from: gerald on 21:03, 16 February 16please define "that",I cannot see anything that looks like "Some CPCs (manufactured with fast DRAMs)show a increase speed by 50%" in this link ....
Quote from: SRS on 23:39, 16 February 16From my point of view ... TFM wrote the "some ... 50%", which is correct. 16,x% was from Fano. Which seems not correct to most of us.Either it is 50% or it crashes. So if you define SOME as 0,1 to 100 %, it is correct.PulkoMandystated this earlier. SOME will work 50% faster, SOME will crash. NO ONE will work at 16,6xxx ... until you proof it.No reason to get picky on each other ... go back to lab and gimme a 4 GHz CPC !SO - delete "fast DRAM" and "16,xx" from WIKI and the text will be more correct
Quote from: SRS on 23:39, 16 February 16TFM wrote the "some ... 50%", which is correct. 16,x% was from Fano. Which seems not correct to most of us.
This speed improvement is 16.66667%.This has been tested with this simple program
Some CPCs (manufactured with fast DRAMs) show a increase of speed by 50% (verified with at least one CPC6128 produced 1987). In case of the older DRAM type the speed improvement is only 16.7%
This speed improvement is 50%.This has been tested with this simple program (verified with one CPC6128)
Quote from: TFM on 23:48, 16 February 16And I got no idea if different CPCs used different RAM chips or not, it may be one issue, the GA or CRTC may be another one.
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