Originally Posted by Samurai_Crow
I have a micro a1 and seldom use it. I use FS-UAE more than any Amiga. If software is written for 68k I am more likely to use it. Why? PPC code is 30% bigger and slower per byte and per clock cycle. A 68k clocked at 600 MHz will wipe the floor with the 800 MHz A1. FPGA wins. An improved AGA core in an FPGA will do better yet.
I can't imagine the cost of building an FPGA system that could clock an Amiga core to 600MHz (but the highest end FPGA models might
be able to do that).