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christianlucio 24 January 2021 09:46

MISS FGPA new FGPA amiga replacement board
 
Has anyone seen the MISS FGPA board on www.8bits4ever.net ?It should be a small FGPA replacement board that fits into an Amiga 500.Interesting is especially that the original A500 keyboard can be used.Anoyone has seen this or has more Information ?Looking forward to more information and comments/suggestions..

digiflip 25 January 2021 20:00

looks like a mist clone

utri007 25 January 2021 20:02

150€ is nice price. I would like to know what kind of speed this offer. Bad that it doesn't have a 64mb ram, as 32mb is not enough for some proggies.

digiflip 25 January 2021 20:03

similiar to edu;s but think edus can run zx next too, https://www.arananet.net/pedidos/pro...ses-pre-order/

digiflip 25 January 2021 20:04

if its mist / unamiga core around 7mips if was mister 13.69 mips and more in future updates, i think mist core is allready maxed with rtg

digiflip 25 January 2021 20:06

edu latest version https://www.arananet.net/pedidos/pro...lone-preorder/

dreadnought 25 January 2021 20:15

Connecting to Amiga keyboard is quite neat. 32 MB should be enough for the cores it offers, certainly is on MiSTer. I guess the most important question is how mature the whole thing is...if it's another WIP then I'd advise caution before buying.

robinsonb5 25 January 2021 20:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by digiflip (Post 1456507)
if its mist / unamiga core around 7mips if was mister 13.69 mips and more in future updates, i think mist core is allready maxed with rtg

MiST got quite a bit faster recently thanks to Slingshot's work on the CPU cache - it's not far behind MiSTer now. There's still a little bit of scope for improvement in write performance but apart from that it is indeed maxed out now.

Quote:

Originally Posted by dreadnought (Post 1456512)
Connecting to Amiga keyboard is quite neat. 32 MB should be enough for the cores it offers, certainly is on MiSTer. I guess the most important question is how mature the whole thing is...if it's another WIP then I'd advise caution before buying.

It's the same FPGA as MiST and claims to run all MiST cores - so there shouldn't be any danger of it turning out to be a deadend product with only a handful of cores available.

Girolamo85 30 January 2021 11:22

Wow!!!

DJBase 30 January 2021 11:59

Quote:

Originally Posted by digiflip (Post 1456507)
if its mist / unamiga core around 7mips if was mister 13.69 mips and more in future updates, i think mist core is allready maxed with rtg


MiST is at 11 MIPS...

christianlucio 31 January 2021 15:27

It would be an (almost) perfect replacement board but why is there no hdmi output ?

robinsonb5 31 January 2021 18:30

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Originally Posted by christianlucio (Post 1457911)
It would be an (almost) perfect replacement board but why is there no hdmi output ?

Because doing HDMI correctly is expensive, and doing HDMI on the cheap is both difficult and legally dubious.

This looks like a nice product, and it's at a nice price point - but it isn't much more than a re-spin of the existing MiST design. The advantage of that is that it can run the existing MiST cores, of which there are many - but the price of that compatibility is that it's not going to bring anything revolutionary to the table.

dreadnought 31 January 2021 18:40

It's selling point is definitely the Amiga case/keyboard compability. It might be ~50E cheaper than MiST, but that's not far from MiSTer itself.

I'm kind of tempted because I actually have one busted A500 lying around. I could sell the mobo and fit this in the case. But...do I really need another Amiga? :)

robinsonb5 31 January 2021 19:16

Quote:

Originally Posted by dreadnought (Post 1457957)
But...do I really need another Amiga? :)


I don't understand the question... ;)


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