Acorn Risk Machine

do you burn strongly for the 6502, do you think that the 6301 was the pinnacle of 8bit design? Here you can go wild, as long as you stick to the facts and keep the name-calling to a minimum.

Acorn Risk Machine

Postby hurrameihei » Wed Dec 21, 2005 8:36 pm

Hey!

ARM 2 and ARM 3 seems to be forgotten on this site. RISK technology kick's ass :-)

/HurraMeiHei
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Postby Trygve » Thu Dec 22, 2005 10:27 pm

No, ARM 2 and 3 han't been forgotten.

It's just that I don't HAVE any of those...
(At least as I know of)
And every bl**dy time I try to get hold of any on eBay, some bastard always outbods me...
(I'm trying to get hold of an Acorn now and then, but most of those who sell theirs are unwilling to sell abroad)

And yes, RISK tech ROCKS!
My Psion S5 PDA has an ARM7 and the netBook an SA-1100 running at 190MHz...
And this message was written on an Apple iBook G4 running at 1.33GHz.
I'd say that's good enough...
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Postby Commodorianen » Sat Mar 11, 2006 8:42 pm

I've been developing code for ARM7 and ARM9 at work since 1997. It has mostly been C code that is not very dependent on the CPU used but I have also written a little assembly code for the ARM7.
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