Originally Posted by RandQalan
But in reality.. it isn't possible to get this thing to go too fast because the IOP is a mere 36MHz computer after all.
Especially when you're trying to save memory, like in the case of OPL.
At least, in this direction, we're breaking away from the old, messy and buggy SMAP drivers. Other than auto-negotiation that should work (It's from a retail Sony SMAP module, not from the abandoned PS2Linux), it has DMA support which allows the IOP to do less and yet produce more.
I'm sure that like me, other developers will only bother investing time and energy into improving this, only if it's proven to be workable. If it's still broken and suffers from unexplanable stability issues, nobody would want to work on it.
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