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Old 16 March 2016, 01:40   #46
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Originally Posted by matthey View Post
If configurability of a chip keeps it from being "real" then the Gary and Gayle Amiga custom chips are not "real" chips. They supposedly use a configurable gate array chip which predates FPGA technology.
For me the difference is whether the chip is built from or "contains" the original design, or whether it contains a new design that imitates the original. That's what prevents, for example, the Minimig's chipset implementation from being truly "real".
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