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Old 12 July 2010, 00:37   #1
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AmiMasterGear on ECS machine ?


I'm looking for an 030 accelerator card for my A600.
I'm very interested in the AmiMasterGear emulator for amiga
but the author says that an AGA machine is required.
My first question : Is it possible to run AmiMasterGear on ECS machine
(A500 or A600 + accelerator of course) ?
Second question:To get full speed with sound,is a 68030@33Mhz
enough for that or 40Mhz is the min required for running AmimasterGear at full speed ?

Thanks for your help
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I tried it on my A600 with the Apollo 630, and nope it don't work as it requires AGA.

It ran full speed with sound on my A1200 with an M-Tec 030 @ 28mhz.

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Thank you very much for the answer.
It's exactly what I was looking for.
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