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Overview of my redstone computer in Minecraft "BlueStone"

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Published on Oct 28, 2012

This is an overview of my most resent computer made in Minecraft, "BlueStone". In this video I briefly explain how every aspect my computer works without going into too much depth. In later videos, I will be explaining specificity how different parts of my computer work so that you guys can see how it all works.

The download for the computer can be found here:
http://www.mediafire.com/?3ca0bntglif...

It's currently not programmed to do anything, however in my next video, I will be explaining how to run the demo program that I made, as well as provide a download for the demo program.

Specs:

- 2.4 second clock
- Capable of up to 5 commands per clock cycle (Conditional GoTo, RAM read/write, reg read/write, ALU or GPU functions, serial out functions), that's 0.48 seconds per function
- GPU can render basic square based shapes and can clear and draw sections at the exact same time
- ALU capable of all boolean functions, addition, subtraction, and bit shifting
- 1 tick/bit serial In and Out for external devices, that's 10 bits/second
- dual read ram 15 bytes or 120 bits

Made by SkupItUp

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