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Yes and no. The ti 89 titanium is the only one that's faster than the ti 84+ series but the rest are faster than the 83+ series.
Quote from: alexgt on July 03, 2015, 01:33:58 amThis looks amazing Ya think? Isn't the z80 series faster though? I'm suprissed that this can run on the 68k calcs
This looks amazing
Someone should really make some hack for the CE at some point, unleashing it's full potential.Though its probably quite hard, since you possibly need to kill the asic
Indeed, the TI-68k series has always been significantly more powerful than the TI-Z80 series, and the Nspire series significantly more powerful than the TI-68k series The relative popularity of the TI-Z80 series and TI-68k series is a consequence of standardized testing acceptance at the first order, and price tag at the second order. And as we all know, lower performance does not mean that one can't do great things on a given platform by leveraging all of its power.
I threw together a simple on-calc level editor because I needed a test level! The spinning line shows which face is currently selected. Note that the image is running much faster than the actual version. (click to show/hide)Edit: I should point out that this project is open source and anyone can contribute! Here' the link to the source code: https://github.com/catastropher/X3D-68k
I will never understand TI's marketing tactics for the 68K series. Why do they insist on charging as much for a 16 MHz calc with 188 KB of RAM and 2.7 MB of flash as they do for a 150+ MHz calc with 64 MB of RAM and 100 MB Flash? It's almost like if they tried to make 68K calcs sell as less as possible to justify their eventual discontinuation. In Canada, the TI-84+CE and HP Prime calcs are now $150 (the latter was $200 last Fall), while the Nspire CX CAS is $165. One store even has the 89T for $15 more than the Nspire CX CAS right now, which is a disgrace. The 89T should be $155 at most.
Woah, that is nice Catastropher! I am curious if I might be able to do some levels easily in it. A FPS with custom maps would be great.
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