What is MiSTer FPGA?

MiSTer FPGA is a port of the well-known MiST project to a larger field-programmable gate array (FPGA) and faster ARM processor. MiSTer provides modern video output through HDMI (VGA and analog audio are still available via an optional daughter board). It’s based on the Terasic DE10-nano board. Here are some improvements over the MiST board:

Upcoming MiSTer FPGA PSX Core – GPU Review

New Sony Playstation MiSTer FPGA core technical details and benchmark comparisons of the GPU available from FPGAzumSpass. The FPGA dev also have posted some rendering speed of the upcoming PSX core (must faster) versus real PSX. It seems that new core may need a slow-mode option in case some games depends of original low FPS. … Read more

MiSTer FPGA Updates (18/09/21)

Linux & Main: – Update to Kernel v5.14.5 which brings some important fixes. – exFAT: fixed memory mapped operations. – exFAT: symlink flag moved from reserved to “system file” flag. It means now any regular file on exFAT partition marked as system means a symlink. It’s done to preserve symlinks while copying SD card content … Read more