New ways to crack those blocks...
I was just wondering.. I have a Ti-89 calculator (i LOVE it) But is there a program to crack blocks on the calculator and them upload them to my computer. I've made a perfectly working graph link, and I hate just to upload programs to it.
Just a thought..
I think the 89 has a 10Mhz processor, I don't know how much it could help. Maybe if I overclocked it [img]/forum/smile.gif[/img] I have heard of Ti-83s being overclocked from 6Mhz to 24Mhz, but you have to do a bit of sodering with replacing a resistor. Oh well..
oh, forget it. That won't make any noticable increase in your stat. The cpu in ti-89 is probably only 8 bit, comparing with 32 bit cpu for almost all current pc, that's **** slow. Besides, the "program" you can write in ti-89 isn't native code, that's going to decrease the speed to 1/10 of that with native code. if you manage to finish a rc5 client for ti-89, it probably take a week or even longer to finish 1 2*28 block. [img]/forum/smile.gif[/img]
[This message has been edited by hai (edited 08-22-99).]
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