MZ-700 demos

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Re: MZ-700 demos

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hello, itested the demos on my emu and maped the beeper to general medi its fantastic.

Gratulations to that wortk ..
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Re: MZ-700 demos

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Sdw wrote: Mon Jul 13, 2020 1:14 pm It's interesting that you machine is stable at 83 cycles, I get stable no-bug at 82, but flickering bugs at 83 already.
My assumption is because I had a CMOS Z80@20MHz plugged instead of the original Z80. I kinda think the clock edge rising/falling are so fast that they could allow one cycle more. So I would say a genuine PAL MZ-700 as yours may have 82 cycles as max. I need to fix EmuZ-700 for both PAL and NTSC again. 82 for PAL and probably 62 for NTSC.
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Re: MZ-700 demos

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This week end we released a new MZ700 demos at the TokyoDemoFest demo party.
https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=90461
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So I was told by a Japanese owner of a NTSC MZ-700 that WT kept stable up to 63 cycles. So I have 83 and 63 cycles with the last commit I did for EmuZ-700. I wish there are other people to tell me their numbers, but for now I consider 83 and 63 until there are more stats.

Thanks for that new demo, MooZ! Would its source be available on your Github repositories?
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Re: MZ-700 demos

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What do you need to test? Is there anything I can provide from my MZ-700?
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Let me answer you on FB or Twitter.
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OK, just putting my results here (although you already know the answer), my MZ-700 is stable at 82
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