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Old 22 May 2020, 01:00   #61
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http://www.hertell.nu/files/Warp1260-95MHz

for a sysspeed module
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Old 22 May 2020, 02:11   #62
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I like your video John but now I want a ReAmiga too...

If anyone deserves an early 1260 it is you but I wish it was me!
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Old 22 May 2020, 11:05   #63
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Then, how about some pictures to tell us about the relevant aspects and post them in this thread?
Thanks for asking! Too bad a new scandoubler is needed, or a dual (input) monitor setup is required.
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Old 22 May 2020, 23:50   #64
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I’m somewhat underwhelmed with those ram speed to be honest
I expected readfastb w and l, and writefastb w and l to be considerably higher given this is a modern accelerator. If we take the sysspeed results for an 80Mhz Blizzard 1260 and extrapolate them to 95MHz they are pretty much identical...

I expected a 2020 accelerator to have a faster memory controller than the Blizzard... especially when you see what Matze has been able to achieve with his 100Mhz 68060-TK
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Old 23 May 2020, 23:14   #65
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well remember that this is the power of cpld/fpga it can be updated later
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well remember that this is the power of cpld/fpga it can be updated later
Very much depends on whether the problem is not inherent in the design elements that cannot be changed. If there is enough capacity or timing margin, if this is not a side effect of DDR3 burst length, latency, page size etc.
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Old 24 May 2020, 08:38   #67
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true true...
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Old 24 May 2020, 09:17   #68
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wow thanks for video! these past few years have just been amazing for classic Amiga users
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Old 24 May 2020, 09:31   #69
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Funding retro hobbies has to have some sanity. A lot of these developments are nice but when they cross a certain threshold, say $500, I have to tap out. Cool stuff but not justifiable for me.

This comment is not aimed at you (at all!) but it is fascinating for me to watch people express all this interest and then suddenly stop when the pricing is announced.

The next thing to watch with interest is the TF cards - people are lining up in droves, but no pricing has been announced. I watch with interest as people back away into their caves as they realise these new accelerators aren't going to be a mere "$300 including the 060 CPU" they are hoping they will be
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to my calcilations a TF1260 will be aprox 200-250eur + cpu due to pricing of cplds, connectors and socket
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to my calcilations a TF1260 will be aprox 200-250eur + cpu due to pricing of cplds, connectors and socket
For parts only?
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no including the work to assemble it..
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Old 24 May 2020, 12:41   #73
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The future is looking bright for those of us A1200 owners who want a 68060 but don't have one yet. Between the TF1260, the Warp 1260 and the ACA 1260 we'll be spoiled for choice

Gotta watch some videos on the Warp 1260...
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I plan to do a better "review" video that isn't a livestream so do please tell me what you want to see etc. and I will see what I can do.
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Well, I'd like an overview of all the features of the card - including the software that goes along with it. I'd also like to know how to disable it in case of incompatibilities (if this is even possible?) and how to install it. Some benchmarks might also be nice. And of course something about the scandoubler (assuming that is already available).

That's just my ideas though, I'll probably gobble up the video no matter what's in it
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The Warp 1260 is a fantastic product. All in one to an extend we’ve never seen before in the Amiga world. Accelerator, USB, internet, RTG and sound card. It is truely unbelievable.

Nothing to compare with any 060 card...

Hey, Chucky, I saw your video and wondering if all that fits in a desktop closed Amiga, with floppy drive et all? Seems a bit bulky to me...

Apart from that it’s seriously mouth watering... :P
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Great card not sure i need it but i want it . Probably never going to get one though as i am always missing the opportunity.
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to my calcilations a TF1260 will be aprox 200-250eur + cpu due to pricing of cplds, connectors and socket



Do you expect similar pricing for the TF360?
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well depends on riser or not. as the 360 is more or less same card but no edgeconnector
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Okay cool, I already have kipper 2k riser so hopefully that works.

Just need to track down the best revision 060 before they become even harder to find.
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