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zeGouky 05 September 2017 15:56

Replay 060 daughterboard
 
Hey Guys,

not posting often here but thought you might be interested into this. MikeJ is finally giving the final touch to the 060 daughterboard for his replay.

Final specs:

* 68060 socket with variable vcore.
* Variable speed 4-pin fan driver controlled by CPU temperature.
* 128MBytes of local FAST memory.
* RTC with battery backup.
* Audio input.
* USB host.
* Ethernet.
* SD Card directly connected to FPGA for faster mass storage.
* Midi interface header.
* Floppy disk connector (!).
* Extra LED drivers.

He posted a pic of the almost final layout here: http://www.fpgaarcade.com/punbb/view...d=11050#p11050

A prototype should be shown this month. The board will come w/o the 060 but he should have some to sell (not necessarily rev6 but price should be interesting). Depending on the 68060 you could make it run @100mhz.

FYI in the latest core there's RTG support , a AHI driver (hw mixing in the work), floppy support through a custom made interface and the 020 gives about 11mips in SysInfo. There's also quite a few goodies in the latest fw (like the possibility to mount the sdcard under AmigaOS or mount the SD card through USB connected to a PC to easily put files on it).

A batch of the current replay rev board should/will be produced by MikeJ but a new Replay v2 is in the work with a Spartan7 (bigger and way faster FPGA) as some component on the current rev is getting harder to get.

Cheers.

jediknight 06 September 2017 01:15

has anyone actually got one of these???????????????????????

Romanujan 06 September 2017 01:46

Given how long we wait for the general availability of the first generation, I wouldn't be too excited...

NovaCoder 06 September 2017 03:30

Quote:

Originally Posted by Romanujan (Post 1182763)
Given how long we wait for the general availability of the first generation, I wouldn't be too excited...

It's a shame because it looked quite interesting back then.

fpgaarcade 06 September 2017 09:22

yeah, it has taken longer than expected.
There are around 200 of the first gen boards out there.
The daughterboard will go to production as soon as layout is finished, hopefully next week.

The delay on the new baseboard has mainly been due to late delivery of the Spartan7. They are starting to ship now. It'll be worth the wait :)

/Mike

zeGouky 06 September 2017 12:10

there's a few video of the current amiga core state here: http://www.fpgaarcade.com/kb/commodore-amiga/ (Also the website has been reworked recently with wiki and all)

Forgot to mention that the replay support native amiga keyboard which is a really nice feature...

jediknight 06 September 2017 22:54

not worth the money to me , i can spend that on my amiga and make her faster with more memory and at least she be original equipment , and if i want emulators i just run them on my power mac they run nice specially amiga stuff hell my mac even runs ps3 games now nice.

kolla 08 September 2017 17:02

Quote:

Originally Posted by zeGouky (Post 1182808)
Forgot to mention that the replay support native amiga keyboard which is a really nice feature...

Woo! What connector type?

zeGouky 08 September 2017 17:07

amiga 3000/4000 keyboard are using a standard min din connector (same as ps/2) so just plug and enjoy!

utri007 09 September 2017 00:17

Without daughterboard it seems to be about 15mhz 68040 / 60mhz 68030 equalent.

1time 16 September 2018 00:22

I got one ;)

Read more about it at http://www.fpgaarcade.com/

E-Penguin 17 September 2018 00:41

I saw one of these this weekend - very nice bit of kit. I'm always surprised by how big the 68060 is.

Romanujan 17 September 2018 00:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by 1time (Post 1269178)
I got one ;)

Read more about it at http://www.fpgaarcade.com/


They list Amedia as the distributor in Europe, but it seems one can't order it from there. And the daughter board is listed as 'Coming Soon' on the FPGA Arcade page, one year after the announcement here...

E-Penguin 17 September 2018 01:03

It was in the Amedia shop that I saw it. He was running tests on it; I don't know if it was ready for general sales yet.

Wayne123 18 September 2018 09:04

Nice to see progress being made. Has there been any mention of cost?


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