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Old 26 May 2021, 21:44   #101
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I'm definitely looking forward to replacing the 030/40 in my 1200 with something like this. Years ago I had to sell my Blizzard 1260 and I've felt bad about it ever since. This should help alleviate my bad feelings!
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Old 27 May 2021, 01:24   #102
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If it is a way to accelerate my old 500/500+
without a Pi
I'm in
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Old 27 May 2021, 23:07   #103
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Originally Posted by Nobby_UK View Post
If it is a way to accelerate my old 500/500+
without a Pi
I'm in
Right now its "just" an accelerator, which in an A500 makes it a bit inconvenient without the other usual stuff (Autobooting IDE ..) so something like PiStorm gives you more useful features, but Buffee looks waay more elegant with its tiny single board design. And if the speed promise hits the target even a little bit, it will be a beast.
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