[Minecraft Computer Engineering] – Quad-Core Redstone Computer v5.0 [12k sub special!]

Hey guys! After over two years of development, I am finally here to show you guys the Redstone Computer v5.0, the latest installment in my series of Redstone Computers! It is improved in every way compared to the Redstone Computer v4.0, and it adds a plethora of new features as well while making existing operations more efficient!

I know I say this a lot, but thank you guys so much for the insane support with all of my computer science and computer engineering projects! The growth and support has been absolutely incredible, and you guys have been incredible! πŸ˜€

Computer download (with information included):
Main: https://tinyurl.com/RC50v1-2main
Mirror: https://tinyurl.com/RC50v1-2mirror

DRCHLL Compiler Project Repository (to write your own programs for this computer using the ARCISS language):

Video timestamps:
0:00 – Introductory Montage
1:22 – Introduction
2:26 – Differences and additions between this computer versus the RC4.0
12:23 – User Input Panel Breakdown
16:25 – Demo Programs
16:33 – Demo Program #1: Fibonacci Program
19:33 – Demo Program #2: Multiplication Program
22:15 – Demo Program #3: Smiley Face Program
26:24 – Demo Program #4: “Random Drawing” Program
30:00 – Conclusion and Thank You πŸ˜€

Computer specifications:
– 8-bit architecture and interface
– Register-based data model
– Four cores (which consist of an ALU + control unit + cache + a few other things) that are truly independent from each other
– Each core can run at separate speeds (variable clock speed integration)
– 32 bytes (31 accessible) of dual-read ERAM
– Each core has 128 lines of program memory (768 bytes per core, 3.072Kbytes of total program memory)
– Runs custom instruction set
– Can write, compile, upload, and execute programs on this computer that are written with the latest revisions of the ARCISS language specification with the DRCHLL Compiler Project
– Enhanced suite of IO to allow for better connectivity with other peripherals
– And much more! (you’ll have to watch the video to find out πŸ™‚ )

Thank you to everyone who helped me make this possible / giving me inspiration for this project:
1. My subscribers
2. Bennyscube – https://www.youtube.com/user/bennyscube
3. Properinglish19 – https://www.youtube.com/user/Properin… 4. Laurens Weyn – https://www.youtube.com/user/laurensweyn
5. Newomaster – https://www.youtube.com/user/Newomaster
6. Skupitup – https://www.youtube.com/user/skupitup
7. n00b_asaurus – https://www.youtube.com/user/n00basaurous

Let me know what you guys think of my latest Redstone Computer! All feedback is welcome πŸ˜€

Music credits:
Buddha by Kontekst https://soundcloud.com/kontekstmusic
Creative Commons β€” Attribution 3.0 Unportedβ€” CC BY 3.0
Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/b6jK2t3lcRs .

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