SD2SP2 Homebrew support?

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SD2SP2 Homebrew support?

Post by andre104623 » Sun Jun 07, 2020 11:07 am

Hey everyone its been a while I was working on switch "projects" for the pass couple years but got around to soldering one of these new SP2 PCBs thank you 3000psi! But anyway I can't load any homebrew like snes, Nes, sega, N64, ISOs on the other hand work good like really good really fast like wiikey fusion fast which is a shame because I really wanted to test N64 games. Glad to see these new projects popping up I ordered some more stuff to test from OSHpark and now there doing flex PCB!. So if there is some version I need to be using can someone piont me in the right place I remember to get my IDE-EXI to work I had to use versions made for it speaking of which what happend to IDE-EXI V2 firmware last I heard it was almost done
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Re: SD2SP2 Homebrew support?

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Re: SD2SP2 Homebrew support?

Post by Papy.G » Mon Jun 08, 2020 6:56 am

I know the SD cards are slimmer and sufficient in speed and size nowadays, but just out of curiosity, is or will be IDE-EXI support extended to SP2, just in case someone wanted to build such an adapter?

Andre, while the 8-16bit era emuators are running very well on the Cube, don't put too high expectations on the N64 side. ;)
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Re: SD2SP2 Homebrew support?

Post by andre104623 » Mon Jun 08, 2020 10:08 pm

I have 3 ide-exi there so slow you will use it once and never used it again I have both versions emukidds and megas same issues
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Re: SD2SP2 Homebrew support?

Post by andre104623 » Mon Jun 08, 2020 10:14 pm

To be honest I was really surprised at the development in 4 years I been gone I left right after gcvideo just came out and I made a few of them then took a break. I really can’t believe how fast sp2 is and gcloader also very cool. I’ve knew about hyperboot since 2014 surprised it’s taken so long to be announced and still not released
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Re: SD2SP2 Homebrew support?

Post by Extrems » Mon Jun 08, 2020 10:38 pm

It's not that much slower than SD2SP2, and there's room for optimization.
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