Hi! Is there any limitations to building and using a kernel based on the "socfpga-4.19-MiSTer" branch? Is "socfpga-4.5" still the "official" branch?
EDIT: Never mind, 4.19 is the official branch it seems, didn't read the thread properly enough.
top: 10uf, 0.1uf, 10uf, 0.1uf
bottom: 10uf, 1uf, 1uf, 10uf, 10uf, 1uf, 1uf, 10uf
daverhodus wrote:I ran a memtest on my 128mb RAM for about 30 minutes. I took a picture. Does this look correct?
Halk wrote:Are there resistors etc in that cable, or will any cable do?
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SCART-TO-VGA ... 3132335940
That seems cheap
Lroby74 wrote:Never moved from root of SD card, this evening will try to rename it and create a new file..
but i think that may be directvideo the issue
Sorgelig wrote:I'm testing on AG620x.
I would like to buy CM6616 based adaptor, but it's hard to find it..
z00pster wrote:Should 256M memory mode work on a MiSTer with 64MB? I've got 8MB FAST working but not anything higher.
Sorgelig wrote:One thing i never tested is which memory works faster as FastRAM: DDR or SDR.
Is there any memory performance test for Amiga?
JamesF wrote:Instead of building a RC dac for the analog pins, build a red led for the SPDIF signal of the mister on pin 9.
THaase wrote:witchmaster wrote:I extracted the audio part from the IO Board schematic when I soldered up the analog audio circuit on perfboard. Here it is:
Nice - but you should add Pin 12/14 as GND - it's maybe then more clear for some people.
Sorgelig wrote:I'm very satisfied by result. I like how it look: very small accurate case with precise holes - this is impossible to achieve on current home 3D printers. So with all MiSTer boards it's much smaller than 3D printed cases and doesn't look bulky.