Help with timings

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Postby chernandezba » Mon, 26.02.2018 16:26:35

Hi

Can anyone tell me the correct timings for tsconf? Something like:
http://www.worldofspectrum.org/rusfaq/

I need timings for:
-vertical sync
-horizontal sync
-top border
-bottom border
-left and right border
well, all timings :)

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Postby TS-Labs » Mon, 26.02.2018 17:23:57

Line, pixels:
blank - left border - pixels - right border
256x192: 88-52-256-52
320x200,
320x240: 88-20-320-20
360x288: 88-0-360-0

Frame, lines:
blank - upper border - pixels - lower border
256x192: 32-48-192-48
320x200: 32-44-200-44
320x240: 32-24-240-24
360x288: 32-0-288-0

You don't need timings for H/V sync =)
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Postby chernandezba » Mon, 26.02.2018 22:53:17

Thanks! :)
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Postby chernandezba » Tue, 27.02.2018 22:17:43

TS-Labs wrote:Line, pixels:
blank - left border - pixels - right border
256x192: 88-52-256-52
320x200,
320x240: 88-20-320-20
360x288: 88-0-360-0

Frame, lines:
blank - upper border - pixels - lower border
256x192: 32-48-192-48
320x200: 32-44-200-44
320x240: 32-24-240-24
360x288: 32-0-288-0

You don't need timings for H/V sync =)


Silly question... tsconf doesn't have contended memory, right?
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Postby TS-Labs » Thu, 01.03.2018 21:02:15

It doesn't when clock is 3.5 or 7MHz. When clock is 14MHz the RAM is somewhat slowed down. The throttling model is a bit too complex to explain it shortly. Very tentatively, you may not slow down RAM even in 14MHz, it won't make any major compatibility issues.
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Postby chernandezba » Fri, 02.03.2018 13:54:52

TS-Labs wrote:It doesn't when clock is 3.5 or 7MHz. When clock is 14MHz the RAM is somewhat slowed down. The throttling model is a bit too complex to explain it shortly. Very tentatively, you may not slow down RAM even in 14MHz, it won't make any major compatibility issues.


Thanks a lot. I will disable contended memory then
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