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Old 09 December 2017, 19:01   #1
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I'm after suggestions for demos that would show off a pimped up A3000 (with a CSPPC and CV64 in it). Almost everything I've found that would use an '060 requires AGA (or PPC/Warp3D). What are your thoughts?
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Old 10 December 2017, 23:36   #2
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Since 99% of 060 demos get released in competitions, and since the 060 competition machine is always an AGA one, you'll have a really hard time finding something that works on your setup.
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Old 11 December 2017, 12:55   #3
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There are demos that require ppc and rtg, maybe that's what you're after? iirc, many of them were made by a group called Potion..
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I'm after suggestions for demos that would show off a pimped up A3000 (with a CSPPC and CV64 in it). Almost everything I've found that would use an '060 requires AGA (or PPC/Warp3D). What are your thoughts?
Here's something to start with: http://amiga.bbs.fi/demopack_morphos/

Check the 68k demos from there. They do work with RTG (and AHI) and are generally system friendly. Should work fine with your setup.

Then there are many many more RTG supporting demos, but aren't listed there because they do require something from real Amiga (Paula, CIA...) and wouldn't work on MorphOS because of that. Maybe I should try to list the ones (at least 10 times more) what we tried when we collected that pack...

IIRC many Ephidrena demos support RTG too, worth to check.

There's something too (all RTG compatible demos aren't marked on that site it seems): http://ada.untergrund.net/?p=demos&y=0&c=0&h=6&v=0

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There are demos that require ppc and rtg, maybe that's what you're after? iirc, many of them were made by a group called Potion..
Not any RTG, but one with 3D acceleration.
Potion PPC stuff only works with a BVision card, from my experience.
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Old 13 December 2017, 07:20   #6
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Try some demos from Elude, almost all of them support RTG.
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Old 15 December 2017, 10:51   #7
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Thanks for the suggestions
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Glare by Mad Wizards is probably the coolest looking demo you can run on your setup, because it's a PPC demo, but doesn't require 3D acceleration.
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