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Simplistically speaking, so long as you can get rid of the heat you're going to generate by running at higher clock speeds, yes, it's possible, but only to a certain limit. Internal timing structures will eventually prohibit you from going faster.

But, you have a bigger problem. The supporting chipset for the CPU will not be able to keep up with your higher clock speeds and you'll run into all kinds of timing problems there too, probably much sooner than you run into problems with the CPU alone. The stuff simply wasn't designed to go that fast.

Oh, I wouldn't be surprised if you needed a liquid nitrogen cooler to get rid of the heat you'll generate by clocking a 6502 into the GHz range.


Running an emulator is VASTLY different from running actual hardware.

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