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Old 29 October 2017, 12:45   #1
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Could an A1000 with Phoenixboard run AMIX?

I was wondering if an A1000 could be boosted sufficiently to match an A2500... Would make for an interesting machine!
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Well, I have a Turboboard in there with an 030@50Mhz.
Should be enough. An issue could however be other requirements such as networking or graphics adapter.
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Well, I have a Turboboard in there with an 030@50Mhz.
Should be enough. An issue could however be other requirements such as networking or graphics adapter.
So long as your SCSI chip is compatible it should be enough. Graphics and network are optional, even if they're a rather necessary plus.
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