Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 23rd May 2017 22:27 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems

A dis-integrated circuit project to make a complete, working transistor-scale replica of the classic MOS 6502 microprocessor.

This is sorcery - and art.

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RE: Sweet museum exhibit ...
by jockm on Wed 24th May 2017 14:35 UTC in reply to "Sweet museum exhibit ..."
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Short of something like the KIM-1, or AIM-65, probably not. Just about anything with video generation circuitry is going to need to share a common clock multiplier with the CPU. 60KHz (max) isn't going to do that.

The exception would be video hardware that had it's own memory and communicated over a bus. The TMS9918 — the VDP in the TI 99/4A — would probably work, but I don't believe there were any 6502 systems of that vintage that used it.

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