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Old 11 August 2018, 13:37   #141
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Many thanks to Higgy! With his PS/2 board and adapters, the FleaFPGA Ohm works like a champ.


I have installed the good HstWB on it and you can find below a few screenshots of it (start-up of the HsTWB, WB31, Hst Game launcher, Sysinfo). It handles two hard drives of 4 gigs each without any issue.


I was particularly impressed by the 8659 dhrystones value. Not too bad for a 50 euro card



Well done to the creator, Valentin!
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Old 11 August 2018, 16:15   #142
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Wow, fast
Why no fastram?
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Old 11 August 2018, 19:05   #143
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roc - glad you got a working system now

Kolla - there is Fastram option, up to 24meg? I think.
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Old 11 August 2018, 22:36   #144
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still aint looked at mine lol i must get time.
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Old 11 August 2018, 22:43   #145
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still aint looked at mine lol i must get time.
Yeah, too many toys, too little time
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Old 12 August 2018, 13:19   #146
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Wow, fast
Why no fastram?

Yes, it is damn quick for such a small board. Only the FPGAarcade seems to be faster with 10000+ dhrystones, not counting the Vampire until they release the standalone. It should be noted that the Ohm disk access seems to me a bit slower than others, though.

Regarding the fast ram, I was playing with the settings ;-) Like Higgy said, normally I use 24 MB.

Next (personal) step is to try fixing the AGS2 launcher with the HstWB - currently it returns an error like on other ECS solutions like the minimig - despite the Hst launcher already makes it possible browsing the WHDLoad games/demos with ease.

Finally, it would be great adapting the joystick to the GPIO, but this is out of my reach because I do not solder. I have seen some of you faced the same, I am going to keep an eye if someone could find a solution for that.

All in all, this is an excellent board for its costs. I regret I bought only one.
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roc - glad you got a working system now
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Thanks ;-)
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Old 12 August 2018, 15:26   #148
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The small Flea does pack a punch. Someone at an AMIGA Meet commented that Elite 2/Frontier looked quick.

The PCB would be very simple, but i have no experience in routing PCB's and making sure they are suitable for a PCB house.

I did mine all by hand soldering. I used an old IDE cable for the GPIO header.

roc - I am sure I have AGS2 working. Check you have all the Kickstart files copied across.

Only downside with the Flea Ohm is that the HDMI does not work with all TV's. I does not work on our Samsungs and they don't have VGA (for HDMI to VGA adapter).
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The small Flea does pack a punch. Someone at an AMIGA Meet commented that Elite 2/Frontier looked quick.



The PCB would be very simple, but i have no experience in routing PCB's and making sure they are suitable for a PCB house.



I did mine all by hand soldering. I used an old IDE cable for the GPIO header.



roc - I am sure I have AGS2 working. Check you have all the Kickstart files copied across.



Only downside with the Flea Ohm is that the HDMI does not work with all TV's. I does not work on our Samsungs and they don't have VGA (for HDMI to VGA adapter).


..and well done for your handmade case!

Have ordered one compatible with Rasperry zero, let’s see if I could gently squeeze the Ohm in there..
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