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Old 08 September 2011, 13:52   #11

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I know this isn’t everyone's cup of tea, blasphemy even, but...

It helps a lot if you run emulation on a dedicated PC and have it boot directly into WinUAE fullscreen, ClassicWB of course . You can also use a CRT rather than flatscreen. A small ITX PC, similar form factor to a A1000, helps too as they look smart and are usually whisper quiet:

Details on how to boot directly into WinUAE are here:

With PC hardware super cheap and Amiga hardware getting older and super expensive, you can have a very good feeling dedicated super speed Amiga x86, with the convenience of WinUAE. SOme even put x86 hardware in (hopefully broken) Amiga cases.
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