"But these go to 11"
They go to 65536 if you hack the soundcard firmware, this enables the hidden dancing speaker diaphragms dangling from speaker coils feature. it's the latest trend and it takes COURAGE! get with the programme.
Electronics noob here
...theoretically supercapacitors have no true polarity and catastrophic failure does not normally occur. However reverse-charging a supercapacitor lowers its capacity...
So assuming nothing vaporises when multiple tiny shorts occur from blunt force, puncture or over voltage etc... then i guess the question is what else happens after all those shorts? would it heat up a lot to the point of melting or causing an external fire? would it try to discharge suddenly and cause electrocution?
I always find it such an exaggerated way of presenting statistics to use a percentage of a percentage, the number gives no context (percentage of what), and the smaller the group of people the more the number is likely to fluctuate wildly.
Whats wrong with a absolute percentage? "No. of people with dementia dropped by 2.8% between 2000 and 2012"... is it just not sensationalist enough? Otherwise when dementia only affects a handful of people it will be improving worsening by 9927648% every year! what a useful way of measuring it.
I am 100% certain that they would only be able to collect only crash data from EU citizen, as anything else, including usage or even something as simple as the percentage of pink pixel would break privacy laws and the right of correction.
The sample data from the article: http://www.canardpc.com/downlo... at a glance it looks mostly like detailed hardware info and then a list of all the games you own.
I was speculative that FPGA implementation could not be done cheaply, as they come in a range or capabilities and costs... So I thought I'd have a look at what HDL source is available and what would be required to run them... without much googling you will find many people have already done this, this was the simplest i could find in terms of hardware (although not accurate or complete) https://danstrother.com/fpga-n...
It is difficult to gauge from these projects what a production cost would be, as they are all using development boards obviously and not necessarily choosing the smallest chip for the job, even so if you take the board from that project and search for the FPGA chip unit price it's less than half that of their board, ~£28, it would be interesting to know from someone experienced in this level of hardware how low the cost could be driven down by selecting an appropriate size FPGA based on the HDL and low frequencies those chips ran on the NES.
What is now proved was once only imagin'd. -- William Blake