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+ - TMS9918A Retro Video chip reimplemented in FPGA with VGA out->

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acadiel
acadiel writes "Matthew H from the AtariAge.com TI-99/4A forum> has finalized a design of a TMS 9918A replacement (with VGA out) for classic computer systems such as the ColecoVision, TI-99/4A, SpectraVision, MSX1, SpectraVision 128, and Tomy Tutor Home computers. This hardware project replaces the native video controller on these classic systems and enables them to have VGA output for the first time."
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TMS9918A Retro Video chip reimplemented in FPGA with VGA out

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