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Old 22 June 2017, 13:30   #164

Join Date: Jul 2016
Location: Darmstadt
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woohoo finally back on topic!

The idea of being able to switch between real* chipset and SAGA sounds tempting but I wonder how much people would really use it, once SAGA reaches a certain level of stability and compatibility. The stated goal is 100% compatibility, at which point; why bother going back to the chipset? It makes the rest of the Amiga a glorified PSU and keyboard, but I suppose that's alright...

*the one on the main board. This isn't a discussion on whether FPGA is an emulation or an implementation
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