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Old 30 May 2016, 23:09   #420
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Originally Posted by Schoenfeld View Post
There's a few options on how to put a price tag on 42MHz overclocking, and I tend to choose yet another new pricing model: Have it always included in the price, and give a refund if it doesn't work or the customer doesn't like it for some reason.
So instead of preconfiguring it with the fewest options, preconfigure it with the most options?

Why not make it more like ordering a computer online: let everyone configure it however they want at the time of purchase? It would save buyers from needing to pay more money again later to finally get what they want. I think people are resentful when they have to pay twice like that.

Originally Posted by Schoenfeld View Post
I know a lot of people want a 128MByte 68030 accelerator, but the 55.55MHz version is very expensive.
Have you considered the 68EC030? I think it has the full 32-bit address bus so it won't be limited to 16 MB.
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