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05-11-2018, 20:36   #1
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MiSTer

Anyone else following development of this MiSTer project ? Its a update to the older Mist FPGA Amiga/ST simulation with a load more cores, including consoles, arcade boards etc.

https://github.com/MiSTer-devel/Main_MiSTer/wiki

Have one board ordered and trying to get the add-on boards, seem to be in short supply so might have to make my own if I can get them elsewhere.

If anyone here is interested I might just order some pcbs and make a batch.
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06-11-2018, 13:33   #2
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I have seen it in all my social media feeds, how much are we talking?
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About €130 for the DE10-Nano board
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In the process of building mine at the mo. mouser.ie had all the parts I needed to build the ram board aswell (bar the pcb) which I ordered from the US for like 8 dollars. https://oshpark.com/shared_projects/t96zYWQX
If I can get it working at the weekend ill put up my part list from mouser.

For those that don't know the memory add on is needed for a fair amount of the cores to work.

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Ya I ordered a batch of pcbs for all the add-ons (10 of each type). Hopefully shouldn't take too long to turn up.

FFS.. the USB hub board got rejected as its too big, needs to be 100mm or less, its 107mm for no good reason...

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07-11-2018, 18:16   #6
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Well setup is fairly easy

PC-Engine is the only core I can run for the moment until I get the SRAM card sorted, but ya looks and sounds great. Looking forward to plenty more messing about with it.



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Looks great well done.
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I'd love one. I've been playing with the older MiST... not for consoles as much as the 8 bit micros.

I started off with a "use case" for Commodore Pet, but I got a little distracted by the ST and Megadrive cores.

It's brilliant ... but it's hard to get over the "not-emulation" feel.
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