NES on cheap RISC-V board.

NTMBK

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It's not much cheaper than a Raspberry Pi 3, especially once you factor in the first of a power supply, case and SD card for both. And the RP3 will be more powerful and better documented, with much better support for running a whole bunch of different emulators.
 
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Nothingness

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Found this on Hackaday about a RISC-5 board and modules running a NES Emulator:
https://hackaday.com/2019/03/14/nes-on-risc-v/
This starts with:
RISC architecture might change the world
I hope it's a typo for "RISC-V architecture" because if they didn't notice that RISC is 30 years old and that ARM already has taken over the world (except of course laptop/desktop/servers of course), I think they should focus on something else than microelectronics :D
 

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