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Thread: a little experiment

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Mar 2003


    I was thinking about trying to run computer games on a Dreamcast. Particularily ES3: Morrowind. I was thinking about using a VGA box to connect the DC and the computer and running games off the computers harddrive. I was wondering if this would be possible, and why do consoles run so fast with slow hardware? Plz help. Any imput would be appreciated. The DC specs are:
    Arm 200MHz processor
    16 MBs of ram
    800+ M\sec. bandwith

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2001


    haha doesnt work like that, the console bios is specifically used for running games and such, you pc is hardwired to do everything, and it does everything, which slows it down. the dc would have to emulate the game, which..with its specs, and not running it natively, would slow the game down even more. it wouldnt work. and even if it did, it'd be really really slow

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Feb 2003


    Lol :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

    Technically it could be possible. However you wouldn't be able to run barely anything. Lol check out this 1337 UT2K3 on my 1337 Dreamcastz0rs. A whole .0232323446 frames per second... AHAHAHAAHAHAHAAH... Lol I am like ****ting myself right now, 200 mhz processor w/ no modern optimizations... 16 megabytes of ram, you wouldn't even be able to run windows, let alone emulate it, or run a 'wine'like application from an alternative OS. Lol this is probably the funniest thing I have hear in a while. Sorry I am laughing @ you expense, but you should really use the thing in your noggin before you post this senseless :spam:
    [Mobo] Asus A7N8X w/ Modified 1003 Uber BIOS w/ Custom Boot logo
    [CPU] Athlon XP 2200+ Thoroughbred
    [Memory] 512 Samsung PC3200 DDR400 w/ Copper Heatsink(s)
    [Video Card] Geforce 3 ti200 128 DDR Special Gold Edition

    [Case] All aluminum Skyhawk case w/ custom cut blowhole
    [HSF] Volcano 11 Xaser Edition
    [Northbridge] ThermalTake Crystal Orb
    [Southbridge] Aluminum Northbridge heatsink attatched

    Operating System:
    [OS] Windows XP Pro w/ SP1

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