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Old 12 June 2017, 16:05   #10
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Not 100% sure how the Vampire V2 works in terms of FPGA images but I would imagine it possible to change the FPGA image for a core containing a C64 and output via HDMI and get full speed and full/good compatibility.

The hard bit would be the BSP (board support package) to read the Amiga hardware peripherals not directly connected to the FPGA (Joystick, Hard Drive etc.) I imagine it could be done with a couple of man-days work.

Certainly something the forthcoming stand-alone Apollo/Vampire will be able to do.

Might even be able to do it and keep the Amiga side alive but unlikely. Not without it falling back to 7MHz 68000
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