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BMOW is a DIY PC with a hand-made 2MHz CPU

Posted on Sunday, June 07 2009 @ 11:36:42 CEST by


Steve Chamberlain has presented his BMOW (Big Mess o' Wires) DIY PC at the Maker Faire last week. This computer features a hand-made processor that operates at 2MHz, there 512MB RAM, 512KB ROM, VGA video output at 512 x 480 pixels with two colors, or 128 x 240 with 256 colors, a three-voice programmable sound generator, keyboard input via PS/2 and 24x2 character text LCD for debugging. The systems features roughly 1250 wires connecting all the components! You can check out the project over here.





 



 

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