JimDrew wrote:I am working on finalizing a board for the DE-10 that gives you the basic features of the MiSTer I/O board, SDRAM board, and RTC board - all in a single plug-in board.
ijor wrote:I know some people will like it, but Sorgelig probably won't.
Sorgelig wrote:DB9 connected to FPGA won't provide the same flexibility as USB ...
JimDrew wrote:The DE-10 Super Expansion board is a full size (all four screw holes are available) board. It's a 4 layer PCB with an incredible amount of decoupling to make it very quiet (creating RF boards is part of my day job). It has break out connectors for the I2C, SPI, and I2S ports. It also has USB/high speed serial break out connectors. The SDRAM and RTC are on this board. There is a small circuit board (or cable, I have not decided the best way to go yet) that will bridge the main board with the LTC connector on the DE-10. The VGA connector, 3.5mm audio jack (with TOSlink like the v5.5 MiSTer I/O board has), SD card socket, push buttons, LEDs, and external connections of LEDs/push buttons are available. This board uses a 30mm fan (instead of the 40mm fan that the MiSTer I/O board uses).
The board will come with the heat sink and fan. This board basically takes the place of the MiSTer I/O board, SDRAM board, and RTC board, giving you a single unit with expansion capabilities (needed for the classroom, maybe not so much for the MiSTer community).
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