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...but they both use the same CPU right.
From the page link above, it seems one difference is Andre's model runs at 12MHz while I thought SuperCPU runs at 16MHz?
That all sounds like a bunch of extra stuff compared to Andre's version.
Hmm, from the Western Design Center website, the W65C816S runs at 14 MHz. The SuperCPU's 65816 was overclocked to run at 20 MHz.
At one time, WDC sold the '816 in various speed grades, up to and including 20 MHz.
That's a really nice looking computer! (envy). With 16bits at 12+ MHz, I find it hard to believe it is useless. VIC2 interlace mode is something closer to useless.
Congratulations to Andre Fachat! He has created the world's first 65816 cpu card for the Commodore PET.