One easily can find slides with assembler for x086 processor. But does modern Intel CPUs works the same way?
Can I to plug a cpu in a breadbord or have to use a special socket? Other hardware is needed?
x86 based CPU's are so complicated that programming them the way we do with Arduino is not going to work.You need loads of RAM and storage memory to be able to do things the way you want to.
All of this is very difficult to solder at home. Much cheaper is to go to computer hardware shop and to buy a motherboard there.I've got one
Quote from: Vanyamba on Feb 02, 2011, 01:04 pmAll of this is very difficult to solder at home. Much cheaper is to go to computer hardware shop and to buy a motherboard there.I've got one Are you able to do things like blink a led? Is it difficult to load a program in a ROM?
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