Originally Posted by Schoenfeld
No chance, sorry. The trick with modern multi-core CPU systems is that each core has it's own address- and data bus (at least on the cache side), so CPUs can run indipendent of each other.
This Amiga setup is using a common address- and data bus for all CPUs. There is no bus arbiter, but only static signals that "shut up" the other CPUs, which is also the reason why any DMA device will not work (such as A570 or A590). A pass-through for the 86-pin slot will not work for the majority of devices, so there will be none.
now i get it
otherwise, until now, someone would "hacked" that..
we, the AMIGA users, are using DUAL CORE machines for a long time
but sadly, only 1 core is used
it would be extra if the outer cpu can be used like copro ( fpu) ... but, not everything is possible ..