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Just wanted everyone to know about the new FPGA board that accurately plays a handful of retro computers and consoles.


It's incredibly faithful to the hardware (depending on how skilled the person desgining the cores is) with relatively low power hardware.

For example to have accurate SNES emulation you will need a very powerful PC whereas with FPGA it is nowhere near the power requirements and is far cheaper. This is because FPGA is programmable hardware simulation rather than software emulation.


That is my basic explanation of it, there's more information here on how to get started and how it works:




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