Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 5th Jan 2010 13:44 UTC
Amiga & AROS After days of wild speculation and ridiculously fast-growing threads on AmigaWorld.net, we finally know most of what we need to know about the new Amiga. This is not just a random PowerPC evaluation board that you can stuff in a generic case - no, this is an all-new system with a custom motherboard, and some very, very interesting innovations - like a fully customisable co-processor. Twenty-five years after the introduction of the first Amiga, this is one heck of a machine.
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RE[5]: Wat
by KugelKurt on Tue 5th Jan 2010 20:57 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Wat"
KugelKurt
Member since:
2005-07-06

But they don't get it ;-) - they only see MHZ and nothing else - i guarantee you they've never sat with an Amiga 1000 with 7 mhz, and screamed "my god its fast" like many of us did.

My most favorite gaming system has only half that MHz (the Super Nintendo). That doesn't mean that I want to edit photos and convert videos with it.

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RE[6]: Wat
by matako on Tue 5th Jan 2010 21:09 in reply to "RE[5]: Wat"
matako Member since:
2009-02-13


My most favorite gaming system has only half that MHz (the Super Nintendo). That doesn't mean that I want to edit photos and convert videos with it.


Actually, SNES had more like 3.5MHz 16-bit CPU... but point taken ;)

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RE[7]: Wat
by KugelKurt on Tue 5th Jan 2010 22:09 in reply to "RE[6]: Wat"
KugelKurt Member since:
2005-07-06

Actually, SNES had more like 3.5MHz

I wrote "half of 7 Mhz". How much is 7 divided by 2? 3.5! Yay!

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RE[6]: Wat
by Raffaele on Wed 6th Jan 2010 06:15 in reply to "RE[5]: Wat"
Raffaele Member since:
2005-11-12

"But they don't get it ;-) - they only see MHZ and nothing else - i guarantee you they've never sat with an Amiga 1000 with 7 mhz, and screamed "my god its fast" like many of us did.
My most favorite gaming system has only half that MHz (the Super Nintendo). That doesn't mean that I want to edit photos and convert videos with it. "

I don't knew any serious use of Super Nintendo, did you?

While the Amiga revolutioned the world of computing with just 7 MHz CPU.

It was a matter of facts.

If you are nostalgic of 3,5 MHz Super Nimbimbo then aim at your garage and search for the box in which you left your Nintendo getting dust.

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