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RE[46]: OS choices


I think, nothing stops people to port VHDL implementation of "cores" to the FPGA+stuffs presented by Mega65 (or Nexys4 board), with my limited knowledge on the VHDL world I have already tried to create some, with a Z80 based Hungarian computer (Primo) with success. However I am not sure how Nexys4DDR suits well enough (especially when you need more RAM than FPGA's internal resources), since its DDR memory may not be ideal for that (neither for M65, so maybe the final product having some other kind of memory can help on this - not DDR as with the "de facto" standard nowadays to use the Mega65 core). Or such ...

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