Sharp X68000 and OSSC?

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    Has anyone tried a Sharp X68000 with the OSSC? I’m wondering if it behaves correctly in some scenarios, “all” scenarios, not at all, etc.

    The Sharp X68000 has 3 different output modes:
    31khz: This is what the system boots to and I believe the majority of the games support this and usually boot to it. However, it uses some seemingly non-standard resolutions which has caused issues for me on LCD displays. When hooked directly to VGA on a LCD, the picture displays but usually cuts off the top and/or bottom of the screen, and the displays I’ve dealt with don’t let you fine tune the geometry for VGA input enough to ‘squeeze’ it down to fit. I’m currently using a XPC-4 upscaler, but if the OSSC can handle my entire setup it’d be nice to simplify things.

    15khz: Some games autoboot to this, some only have this option, some let you switch to it. I’m assuming this mode would be fine with the OSSC since I think it’s using more standard arcade resolutions, but confirmation would be nice.

    24khz: Very few games use this mode to my knowledge, and I can’t think of one off the top of head (Maybe the Ys 1 and 2 ports?). Not super concerned if it doesn’t work, but it’d be a nice bonus.

    Let me know your experience.


    24khz is supported and should work, though I don’t have access to the hardware to test, I believe it has been tested and confirmed working. 15khz is of course supported.

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