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You are possibly the only person who can answer this, but perhaps a big difference is the way they are bridged to the podule bus? The SM50x can be run as a PCI device, or a memory-mapped device; I imagine the logic in the CPLDs is much simpler.

 is a RISC OS Userrjek on 20/8/09 12:20AM
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