Originally Posted by amiman99
Chip RAM is needed for graphics and audio programs. I run out of chip RAM plenty of times editing some large photographs.
Chip RAM is like display buffer, the more chip RAM you have the more graphics and colors you can display.
With all due respect, but I think most people know that part, but if you use the Vampire as it's supposed to, you'll be running SAGA screenmodes that don't eat Chip RAM. So running an RTG capable graphics software using the Vampire RAM would run a whole lot better than running it in a native Amiga mode using ChipRAM. As I understand it, you have a whole lot more memory than 8 MB available in RTG as it's "unified" with the onboard 128MB RAM.
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