> DiamondDave wrote:
>> Likely not the way you're thinking. The hardware's spoofing other hardware operations
>> probably though FPGA; at a base hardware level, your PC Engine's still doing all
>> the heavy lifting, it's just that the instructions the PCE is receiving from the
>> SSD is synthesized instead of being, you know, real. Bottom line, if we're picturing
>> PCE emulation on a PC, and this optical drive replacement, they're doing two very
>> different things in very different ways. This thing isn't so much "emulating"
>> disc drive as it is replacing it. It's probably streaming data to the PCE imperceptibly
>> similarly to actual hardware, with all the benefits of not having to read from
>> actual optical drive, so you get fun stuff like decreased or eliminated load delays.
> DD, what's your new build?
> Want to compare with what I got from 2015
When it's finished:
Intel i5 8600K (6 cores, OC to 4.8GHz with z370 Aorus Gaming 7, hopefully!)
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080
16GB DDR4 3200-3900mhz, depending on what brand I settle on (whichever one fudges me least in the wallet)