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Old 17 October 2016, 13:28   #4

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Originally Posted by TroyWilkins View Post
I'm using it on my elderly rig, and it runs quite nicely on this, I know it would run even better on better hardware, but I suspect the law of diminishing returns would rear it's head, as it's still able to be thousands of times the speed of my real A600, so plenty fast enough for me.

Windows 10 64-bit
AMD Phenom II x4 955 @ 3.2GHz
8 Gb DDR3
1279MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570
2794GB Western Digital WDC WD30EZRX-00D8PB0 (SATA)

I could install it on my 2015 Intel Compute Stick (IntelĀ® Atom™ Z3735F, 2Gb RAM, IntelĀ® HD Graphics), and I suspect it would still work acceptably on that, and have no trouble emulating at least an A1200 with 4Mb fast RAM.
lol, elderly, speak for yourself. Thats the same Phenom setup I have, except the GFX. Im running a 660 Ti OC. I use this PC for hardcore gaming / coding and it still stands up very decent even today. It runs WinUAE with no problem.

It should ok on your Compute Stick. I currently also run it on my Cherry Trail tablet, which runs WinUAE perfectly fine. I have also got OS4.1 running on it very decently.

Originally Posted by Ed Cruse View Post
I have a RCA Cambio 11.6 inch laptop running W10, it has 2gb ram, 32gb flash, Intel Z3735F 1.3ghz quad core, it runs 3.3 pretty darn good. It also has a Intel HD Graphics adapter connected to the PCI bus. Yes I would say you need a Graphics chip of some sort which I think all modern computers come with.
Disable that stupid Connected Standby junk and then the fun begins, as you will then have access to all power profiles. Not just stuck on Balanced. If you dont want to disable CS, you can hack the balaced registry to force enabling of options to tweak.

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