May 2, 2012

How to Build an 8-Bit Computer

Sebastian Anthony, Extreme Tech


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Not content with your new, 1.4-billion-transistor Ivy Bridge processor? Maybe it runs too hot, or lacks the polygon-pushing powers that you require? Well, I’ve got just the thing for you: How about you augment it with a DIY 8-bit CPU?

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