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relevant LTT video just went up

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Posted on 19-12-14, 13:10 in Misc. software

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Block Windows from blocking the OSD software from running?

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Posted on 19-12-14, 22:01 in I have yet to have never seen it all.

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Coding Adventure: Game Idea Generator

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Posted on 19-12-18, 22:26 in MSU1 for Super gameboy (revision 1)

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According to this schematic the APU, EXT and CART use separate lines though?

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Posted on 19-12-22, 19:49 in Games You Played Today REVENGEANCE

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Currently playing through Bayonetta 1, nice 2009 game that got a PC port in 2017.

I'm getting the impression that it's not really for me though since I just can't seem to memorize all the combos. So, easy mode...

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Posted on 19-12-24, 10:06 in Games You Played Today REVENGEANCE

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Now playing Bayonetta 2 via Cemu.

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The MOS 6502 was used in lots of video game and home computer systems.
It was chosen as the core of the Nintendo Famicom CPU, which Nintendo later based the SNES architecture on.


Wikipedia: Chuck Peddle
Western Digital Center: In Memoriam of Charles “Chuck” Peddle
New York Times: Chuck Peddle Dies at 82; His $25 Chip Helped Start the PC Age

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Posted on 20-01-02, 07:03 in Games You Played Today REVENGEANCE

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Posted by Screwtape
I'll probably never own any hardware that Horizon: Zero Dawn will run on, but I've been watching a YouTube Let's Play, and it looks pretty great. Portraying current-day or near-future technology as the relics of a lost civilisation is absolutely my jam, and H:ZD is so much better at it than I could ever be, it's kind of frustrating.

https://www.pcgamer.com/you-can-play-horizon-zero-dawn-one-of-the-best-ps4-exclusives-on-pc-soon-via-ps-now/

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Posted on 20-01-02, 14:57 in I have yet to have never seen it all.

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Important danbooru material for any touhou newbie:
- https://danbooru.donmai.us/posts?tags=order%3Ascore+ao_usagi
- https://danbooru.donmai.us/posts?tags=order%3Ascore+bomber_grape

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Posted on 20-01-07, 08:40 in Misc. software

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I still like SequoiaView's "Cushion Treemap" display more than any other program's display that I've tried.

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Posted on 20-01-09, 21:32 in What are you listening to right now?

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The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine OST - On the Champs-Désolés (Extended Version)

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Posted on 20-01-13, 06:52 in I have yet to have never seen it all.

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Posted by sureanem
Isn't anything serious stored with Unix time anyway?

Yeah, about that...

Posted by CaptainJistuce
And if you don't want patches, Windows 2000 is better than Windows 7... or really, any other Windows. It is objectively the best Windows.

But what about my DOS games?! Also, Windows 95 had that sweet extra 3D shading.

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Posted on 20-01-13, 09:51 in I have yet to have never seen it all.

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Apparently Windows 98 also used that look, but in either case you needed a graphics mode with more than 16 colors.

Posted by CaptainJistuce
Didn't 2000 have the same 3D shading and title bar gradients? I admit it has been a while.

It has the gradient but not the shading:

98
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Posted on 20-01-14, 22:04 in Speed Runs (revision 2)

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AGDQ 2020 Finale - Super Metroid Impossible -

Posted by Oatsngoats
Published on Jan 13, 2020
This was my run at AGDQ 2020 of the Super Metroid Impossible romhack
The run and pace was amazing up until I began my Ridley fight which started
at around 1:34:30 in the run. I had a number of bad fights and miscounted
a lot of my shots which lead to 5 deaths in total.
Mother brain also costed me one reset (basically a death) on the first
attempt but the second attempt was salvaged because of a difficult backup
strat that I luckily pulled off.


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Posted on 20-01-16, 08:14 in I have yet to have never seen it all.

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Sutro Baths Cinemagraph - San Francisco

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Posted on 20-01-18, 23:41 in I have yet to have never seen it all.

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Posted by tomman
They even claim you can run it at "room temperature", whatever that means...

Quantum computers require near absolute-zero temperatures, unlike a normal CPU.

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Posted by tomman
But still, why bother injecting ads in base OS accessories!?

Would it be crude to say it's because the millennials don't want to shell out any money to buy things

Yes, because that would not just be millennials.

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Posted on 20-01-22, 14:51 in How to phone app?

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- Make one or several diagrams and put them into an image or PDF file

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Posted on 20-01-25, 12:47 in I have yet to have never seen it all.

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Shouting in the Datacenter

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Posted on 20-01-26, 13:01 in SNES Hardware Revisions, continued (revision 2)

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*bump*

So I was getting the SNS-CPU-GPM-02 out again to play some games. There was a problem though - it wouldn't turn on. After opening the case everything looked fine. Maybe it was the voltage regulator?

So I bought 10 of those, and a small multimeter from the nearest hardware store. Turns out just the fuse was blown for some reason...

So I bought some 1cm 1.5A fuses and a soldering iron kit and a cheap electronics starter kit while we're at it because why not. Replaced all the fuses on all my units too, because while the ordered fuses were underway I somehow managed to screw up the other units' fuses as well. (I no longer wonder why Nintendo bothered to include them.) While all these cases were open, I couldn't help but notice that while the pins on these chips are ridiculously small, there's still some space to maybe get a probe in there. And anomie & byuu did report some curious oddities about the Refresh signal...

So I bought a 16ch logic analyzer. (Not from the original developer, so it was a bit cheaper.) While the fuses and all that stuff was in the process of arriving, I got a bit antsy about the state of my SNES collection. What if they were all damaged beyond repair? Also, the SNS-CPU-GPM-02 (the NTSC/PAL switchable one) had a bit of a mishap - at some point one the PPU pins that had a wire soldered to it broke off. There are reports of people who managed to dremel into the chip body to reach the remaining pin metal and connect it to something, but I'm sure they didn't have to deal with such a small layout...

So I bought a Super Famicom again - only €20! (And people say this hobby can get expensive!) The serial number on the bottom was a curiously low S12141180, and after opening the case I saw my precious treasure - it's a 30-year old 1/1/1! Shielded like a TANK, all chips still separated, ideal for probing. And I can theoretically explore that buggy DMA/HDMA behavior of the first hardware revision...

So here are some pictures (not in chronological order):

https://i.imgur.com/Cqv3cxf.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/bAUSgpd.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/BpqQTHu.jpg (fuse replaced)
https://i.imgur.com/CnTbNoK.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/cn6eVIV.jpg

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