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  • 20:55, 7 May 2020 Quietust talk contribs uploaded a new version of File:Visual 2C02 sections.jpeg (Updated to match current user interface - Display preview now works, High/Low/Float added, and the lower "unused box" is now gone.)
  • 16:29, 9 April 2020 Quietust talk contribs uploaded a new version of File:Ntsc video timing.png (Back porch and front porch were mixed up)
  • 16:23, 9 April 2020 Quietust talk contribs uploaded File:Ntsc video timing.png (A visualization of the NTSC PPU's video output signal, using different colors to denote each part of the signal. * Cyan is the horizontal blanking pulse * Dark blue is the "front porch" ** Yellow is the colorburst signal * Red is the visible output re...)
  • 14:51, 18 October 2011 Quietust talk contribs uploaded File:Vramaddr.jpg (VRAM address register within the PPU, with annotations for write enables and data inputs for $2000/$2005/$2006 and the two T->V signals. Everything appears to be consistent with the skinny on NES scrolling‎.)
  • 01:48, 2 April 2011 Quietust talk contribs uploaded File:2a03 map.jpg (A rough diagram of where everything is physically located on the RP2A03G. The clock divider, not highlighted, is at the far right. The purpose of the large section at the upper right is not known - none of it has any connection to anything else.)
  • 15:26, 24 January 2011 Quietust talk contribs uploaded File:Apu address.jpg (The NES APU's address decoder, generating enables for all reads/writes within $4000-$401F. Of very special note are the 4 signals at the very top for readable registers at $4018 (pulse 0 output on D0-D3 and pulse 1 output on D4-D7), $4019 (triangle outpu)
  • 15:47, 18 January 2011 Quietust talk contribs uploaded File:Palette.jpg (Palette RAM as physically implemented within the PPU. Note the incomplete address decoding which results in $10/$14/$18/$1C being mirrors of $00/$04/$08/$0C. Also of note, palette RAM bits are significantly larger than those of OAM (which are believed to)
  • 14:49, 16 June 2009 Quietust talk contribs moved page Color dream to Color Dreams (*twitch*)
  • 15:43, 11 June 2009 User account Quietust talk contribs was created