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Variables generated for this change

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Edit count of user (user_editcount)
Name of user account (user_name)
38.141.52.250
Age of user account (user_age)
0
Page ID (article_articleid)
537
Page namespace (article_namespace)
1
Page title (without namespace) (article_text)
APU Noise
Full page title (article_prefixedtext)
Talk:APU Noise
Page views (article_views)
3057
Action (action)
edit
Edit summary/reason (summary)
Привет
Whether or not the edit is marked as minor (minor_edit)
Old page wikitext, before the edit (old_wikitext)
Curiously, the noise channel's frequency counter [http://uxul.org/~noname/chips/cpu-2/no-metal/stitched/final/ on the die] isn't an ordinary counter - it's an '''11-bit linear feedback shift register''' (with taps at the 9th and 11th bits); when I take the counter values from the on-die ROM and run the LFSR until the result is '10000000000', the cycle counts (for NTSC) match once multiplied by 2 (note that this means the PAL frequency for $1 is almost definitely wrong). --[[User:Quietust|Quietust]] 04:58, 23 January 2011 (UTC)
New page wikitext, after the edit (new_wikitext)
Curiously, the noise channel's frequency counter [http://uxul.org/~noname/chips/cpu-2/no-metal/stitched/final/ on the die] isn't an ordinary counter - it's an '''11-bit linear feedback shift register''' (with taps at the 9th and 11th bits); when I take the counter values from the on-die ROM and run the LFSR until the result is '10000000000', the cycle counts (for NTSC) match once multiplied by 2 (note that this means the PAL frequency for $1 is almost definitely wrong). --[[User:Quietust|Quietust]] 04:58, 23 January 2011 (UTC) == Привет == Приветик всем, я тут новенький "352"
Unified diff of changes made by edit (edit_diff)
@@ -1 +1,5 @@ Curiously, the noise channel's frequency counter [http://uxul.org/~noname/chips/cpu-2/no-metal/stitched/final/ on the die] isn't an ordinary counter - it's an '''11-bit linear feedback shift register''' (with taps at the 9th and 11th bits); when I take the counter values from the on-die ROM and run the LFSR until the result is '10000000000', the cycle counts (for NTSC) match once multiplied by 2 (note that this means the PAL frequency for $1 is almost definitely wrong). --[[User:Quietust|Quietust]] 04:58, 23 January 2011 (UTC) + +== Привет == + +Приветик всем, я тут новенький "352"
Lines added in edit (added_lines)
== Привет == Приветик всем, я тут новенький "352"
Unix timestamp of change (timestamp)
1567915698