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Re: Trusted CPU Suppliers Or Ones To Avoid

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8 Bit Dreams wrote: Thu Jun 27, 2019 10:05 pm Yeah..just need to add that graphical glitches ive reported previously seems to be produced by CPU's im using.
Have about 20x 33Mhz chips that don't want to run @50Mhz or are partially working...
will need to go at lower speed on TF536 to be able to deliver stable cards.. :x
I have had similar results when running 33Mhz labelled CPUs at 50Mhz on the 330. It might be better to use those on a less demanding card.

Do the same CPUs run without issue on ~33Mhz clocked 530/534s? as I think I'm right in thinking that TF has stated, as with the 330 only 50Mhz will be supported on the 536?
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go0se wrote: Wed Jul 03, 2019 11:36 am I have had similar results when running 33Mhz labelled CPUs at 50Mhz on the 330. It might be better to use those on a less demanding card.

Do the same CPUs run without issue on ~33Mhz clocked 530/534s? as I think I'm right in thinking that TF has stated, as with the 330 only 50Mhz will be supported on the 536?
Well, to be fair - i haven't tried other frequencies than 50Mhz till now, TF534 allows that, but TF330's not,
building three new TF534 cards, will try to put 40Mhz oscillator on it and see how these CPUs work..
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Re: Trusted CPU Suppliers Or Ones To Avoid

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Hi guys.

It was mentioned on one of the TF videos that John "Chucky" Hertell is selling 060 cpus.

Does he have an email address?
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Message ChuckyGang user on this forum.
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"It is not necessarily a supply voltage at no load, but the amount of current it can provide when touched that
indicates how much hurting you shall receive."
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