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JSR-X 2.0.42.1b - QUAD CORE Redstone CPU

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jerielsr1 avatar jerielsr1
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Hey there!

Finally after a long wait... JSR-X 2.0 is finally here!!! It is so much better than the old JSR-X and it features a lot of new things. It is a QUAD CORE computer, so if it is making minecraft laggy please tell me, i might create a DUAL CORE version, or even a MONO CORE. It can do basic and advanced commands, with very very very very few command blocks! It can also play movie's on its 35 pixel screen!

Specs:
QUAD CORE 8 Bit JSR+ Processor
392 Bits of RAM
OR, NOR, XNOR, AND and NAND processing
2360 Bits of programmable ROM (Easier to program now)
Capable of rendering graphics (New improved GPU - JSR-GPU)
Has error detection and auto-restart
Advanced I/O
New MCP

This Redstone CPU is 1/8 the power of a real computer, if i put 8 of these together, I've got a real computer in Minecraft and can therefore handle 'Minecraft' IN MINECRAFT! Hope you like it! Have fun!
JerielSR1

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JSR-X 2.0.42.1b - Beta Series + SPECIAL NEWS : by jerielsr1 04/06/2015 2:50:03 pmApr 6th, 2015

Hey there!

The JSR-X line has come into the Beta production line! However it could possibly end here. As promised, the RAM has been re-routed and re-designed making it exactly 33.3% faster than before - I replaced some repeaters with even better and patented technology. Comparators are still being used but will be replaced by much more powerful ones for greater control of the system. DataMultipleX (DMX) is being researched as of now, and could be making an appearance in the next line of redstone technology from JerielSR.

The next line of products is yet to be determind, a name will be given in the next coming months. As of now, the only infomation you will know about the next line is that it includes DMX ports and integrated DMX transfers.

Thanks, JerielSR1!
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12/29/2015 4:32 pm
Level 27 : Expert Toast
lukasser2
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check out Intel 8085 based CPU
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12/29/2015 4:32 pm
Level 27 : Expert Toast
lukasser2
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hello there
can you help my team builing The "master" formy dual core GPU.
that would be great.
thx Lukasser2
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04/10/2015 3:27 pm
Level 46 : Master Electrician
Pishleback
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Very cool but im not convinsed 8 of these could be comparible to a real computer...   Thats only 3136 bits of ram or 0.000000392gb and im fairly sure no actual computers are that awful. Also 18880 bits of memory is minute compared to any real memory.
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04/25/2015 2:37 am
Level 33 : Artisan Engineer
jerielsr1
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I was refering to power of the computer. It can compute very powerfully.
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04/25/2015 4:27 am
Level 46 : Master Electrician
Pishleback
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ah you mean the detail of each interuciton sort of thing?
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04/08/2015 5:55 am
Level 31 : Artisan Engineer
Aschie4589
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This is very cool! I like it! I was wondering, if you know... Do the adders in transistors have a name? Like... I had seen them before, but I can't remember where... (BTW, they are adders, aren't they?)
I'm asking because I'm using a slightly modified  version of them in a project of mine and I was wondering where I had taken them from... Anyway great job!!!
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04/08/2015 9:58 am
Level 33 : Artisan Engineer
jerielsr1
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Thanks!! I myself am not too sure on a specific name, but i did use the help of Minecraft Wiki, it'll be in there!
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04/07/2015 6:43 pm
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GrayRemnant
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Wow!  Impressive work!  O.O
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04/08/2015 9:58 am
Level 33 : Artisan Engineer
jerielsr1
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Thanks!!!
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