> > > The Hitachi recompiler runs CV1000 buttery smooth now.
> > > In fact it's so smooth, i get killed all the time as the thing runs better than
> > > real boards, omitting the slowdown(s) normally caused by blitter limits and ram
> > > speeds
> > Notwithstanding the awesome job Haze and team did with the DRC, I'm sure you
> > delivering us from slowdown brings MAME further away from accurate CV1000
> That's totally inaccurate and misleading. Mame slowing down because a PC can't run it
> has nothing in relation to how the games are supposed to run / on a PCB because of
> blitter limits. They are both "slowdown" but they are totally different, happening at
> different times of the game, not related at all. By this logic if Haze made it run
> shittier that would be "more accurate because it slows down more". That's just
> completely wrong.
I suppose you're right, but I was responding to the previous comment that "the thing [now] runs better than my real boards, omitting the slowdown(s) normally caused by blitter limits...". I haven't tested the CV1000 drivers much, certainly not anytime recently, so I had to take the comment at face value - so if the new driver "omits slowdown" that was in the previous iteration of the driver, then yeah, it would be less accurate at least in that regard. Based on what you're saying though, I guess it doesn't do that. That's a good thing.