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[#] Sat Dec 12 2020 05:28:27 MST from rss <>

Subject: Gameboy core output not reaching edges of CRT. Any way to fix

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The settings are default, except YpBpR=1 and Composite_sync=1

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[#] Fri Dec 11 2020 05:11:50 MST from rss <>

Subject: Dodonpachi Mister FPGA Beta #2 Live Test and Commentary | The Electric Underground

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[#] Fri Dec 11 2020 09:25:36 MST from rss <>

Subject: What else can a DE-10 do that's not part of MiSTer project??

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What other applications does this DE-10 fpga thing do well? I obviously am running MiSTer on mine which i love Sorry if this is stupid question but i did a few "DE-10 ...." searches and couldn' find anything

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[#] Thu Dec 10 2020 14:11:30 MST from rss <>

Subject: First look: Do Donpachi - WIP Patreon Beta 2 by nullobject

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[#] Thu Dec 10 2020 13:49:55 MST from rss <>

Subject: Cool to see Australian MiSTer suppliers starting to show up since they usually get killed on shipping

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[#] Wed Dec 09 2020 17:52:51 MST from rss <>

Subject: A MiSTer first look, how to build & configure, demo, cost, pros & cons

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[#] Thu Dec 10 2020 15:01:44 MST from rss <>

Subject: BlisSTer related questions.

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I'm going to get my first MiSTer soon and because I have a lots of original controllers as well as some USB controllers, I think that BliSTer board could be good choice. However I have some questions and would be happy if someone can help me with these.

  1. If I want to use my old controllers should I have LLAPI cores installed or can old controller work with "normal" cores but with higher latency?
  2. If I install LLAPI core for some system can I still use normal USB controller if I want? If not, can I have many cores installed same time (e.g. NES LLAPI and "normal" NES core) and select the core based on controller I'm going to use?
  3. Can I use original controller and USB controller same time (e.g. player 1 has original SNES controller and player 2 has 8BitDo SN30 USB controller)?
  4. If I want to play single player games by using original controller, should the controller be always connected into some particular port? In other words, can I have e.g. NES and GENESIS controller connected all the time and pick the controller depending on the system I'm going to play?
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[#] Thu Dec 10 2020 02:38:31 MST from rss <>

Subject: Mr. Fusion Setup?

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Good Evening,

I am anticipating taking delivery of my MiSTer on Friday. I wanted to get my MircoSD card setup. I am a Linux desktop user. I used balenaEtcher to flash the latest mr-fusion image to said MicoSD card.

It has created a small partition, leaving most of the 128GB MicroSD card unallocated. Once I setup the MiSTer will it create a new partition with the remaining unallocated space for cores & ROMS?

I also purchased this kit - https://misteraddons.com/products/mister-bundles due to Amazon being out of stock of the DE-10 nano. The item describes a "Power Adapter" and "Power Supply". It does not state it comes a power supply. Did I overlook this? Will I need to hunt down a Power Supply for this?

Thank you in advance for your replies, I am excited to finally join this community.

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[#] Wed Dec 09 2020 21:58:17 MST from rss <>

Subject: Metal Slug On Mister FPGA! 1cc (Basically No Death) with Commentary!

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[#] Wed Dec 09 2020 21:00:33 MST from rss <>

Subject: Defender Controller panel

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[#] Tue Dec 08 2020 18:37:05 MST from rss <>

Subject: Checkmate mini with Mister Support

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[#] Tue Dec 08 2020 17:33:57 MST from rss <>

Subject: Insane price aside, is there any FPGA out there that could in theory run 5th and even 6th gen consoles?

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I know there's a PSX core being developed for MiSTeR but I don't think it could handle N64, or the insanity that is the Saturn's hardware

So what is out there? Idc if its more expensive than a car just wanted to know if it exists

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[#] Tue Dec 08 2020 08:59:07 MST from rss <>

Subject: Hey does anyone have a handy dandy "these common FPGA can roughly speaking support this given retro computer/console" summary of some kind ?

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Context - I have a number of FPGA eval boards including XC6SLX9, Cyclone® V SE 5CSEBA6U23I7, Sundry Cyclone III etc. I am curious what works on what - seems for example a speccy would work on most of what I have so that might be attempted with some additional bits and bobs the newly manufactured clone case and kb I have.

Wondering if anyone has done a tabular summary of what is kinda the right "scale" on what ? Even a very rough LUT use table would be interesting ...

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[#] Sun Dec 13 2020 00:08:06 MST from rss <>

Subject: MegaCD file structure help needed

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I am having trouble getting MegaCD to work. I am using an external HDD to host the roms. Can someone advise on what the folder structure should be, and where to place both the bios (bios.rom), and the cd bios file? Also, what names should I use for these 2 BIOS files? I am reading that EACH game should have a bios file in its own folder with the .cue & .bin files for each game. Is this the cd bios file? Thanks!

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[#] Sun Dec 13 2020 02:30:37 MST from rss <>

Subject: What's the difference between USB 1.2 and 2.1 hubs?

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Just found out i have a 1.2 usb hub instead of a 2.1. All i can find difference wise is that the 2.1 has the 4 pins pre soldered to accept the newer usb bracket. Is that the only difference?

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[#] Sun Dec 13 2020 10:10:24 MST from rss <>

Subject: Thoughts on using emulation as content creator either Mister fpga/Analogue consoles

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Hello all, What are your thoughts on using fpgagaming as content creator? I recently started gaming using emulation software & am looking to invest in hardware emulation solutions. When it comes to Mister looking forward to Neo Geo/Arcade Cores as I grew up in 90's & arcades were in decline most people had home consoles. Other than FPGA systems I also use RetroPie which is software emulation.

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[#] Sun Dec 13 2020 16:11:09 MST from rss <>

Subject: Screen rolls/flickers on CRT with Gameboy core each time the screen clears and updates.

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It's playable, but the flicker is jarring. Any way to fix this via core-specific settings?

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[#] Sun Dec 13 2020 18:55:22 MST from rss <>

Subject: MiSTer FPGA CPS1.5 SLAMMAST.zip Fails after 1 match with this error

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[#] Sun Dec 13 2020 16:26:18 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

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Hadn't even plugged this thing in to AC since I remodeled my office. Wasn't sure it was still working. Relieved to find out it is. 

Such a cool little box. Not as good as MiSTer, anymore... but without the MiST, we never would have gotten to MiSTer.