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Old 26 December 2009, 22:03   #4
yaqube
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But it seems to be I will need some controller for harddrive right ?
Although some basic support for hard files is possible with the original PIC micro controller and alternative firmware it's impractical with any larger volumes. Booting from a 2 GB hard file takes 4 seconds with an ARM controller and 155 seconds with the PIC. With the ARM you get over 1500 KB/s read speed while with the PIC only 100 KB/s.
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any idea where can I buy it ?
Try to get in touch with Faranheit at www.minimig.net forum.

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And about the simulation, are there any slowdowns / or frame drops in games ?
The Minimig is not a simulation. It's a real hardware compatible with Amiga chipset. With the current firmware the slowdowns are practically non-existent.
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