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Ah ok. I wish it was possible to keep the clock intact. Why TI even bothered implementing one under such circumstances is beyond me.
Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on March 27, 2015, 06:17:08 pmAh ok. I wish it was possible to keep the clock intact. Why TI even bothered implementing one under such circumstances is beyond me.I'm not sure if the clock resets when the CPU resets, or if the boot code resets it. If the boot code does it, then it should be possible to patch it out of your boot code.
Someone did over clock the cse to 20 if I'm not mistaken. The resistors ( i think ) on it are tiny though
That said, maybe KnightOS could just backup the clock every minute? But then the issue is would developers want such thing to happen via interrupts during the execution of their games?
Oh in that post I meant the clock as in time, not the CPU frequency. My bad.
Ah right, forget about the idea then. In other words, the TI-84 Plus time clock is completely useless except in games that records play time.
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