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Shufflepuck 
The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 25-Sep-2011 16:16:55
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From Steven Solie website:

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I received my AmigaOne X1000 system on Tuesday, September 20 after it had been held captive by Canadian customs for an extra day or so. It has been a long journey since I first got wind of this “most ambitious project” years earlier. Thanks to a bunch of lawyers, the model name on the case reads “AmigaOne” but at its heart beats the original Amiga operating system (AmigaOS) which has evolved significantly since its debut in 1985.


Continue: http://www.solie.ca/files/0e0dea75818f2aab94fd140f2851f697-14.html

NICE!!

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Yescop 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 25-Sep-2011 16:34:14
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@Shufflepuck

Hi,

Very nice photos and good teasing...
I can't stand anymore, thanks for all

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Deniil715 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 25-Sep-2011 17:21:39
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Looks really nice thos board and the box! It has great potential!

It's just so sad the keyboard doesn't even have the most basic multimedia keys, like play/stop and volume

But then again, I need my swedish keyboard anyway so....

Last edited by Deniil715 on 25-Sep-2011 at 05:22 PM.

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vox 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 25-Sep-2011 18:36:37
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@Shufflepuck

Config looks very decent, A-EON and Varisys touch is nice, as well as selection of components. Its good to know OS 4.2 is progressing.

Yes. even these X1000 events are about year late its much better to have it released with updated AmigaOS 4.2 then having it with OS 4.1.2 that was only possibly solution a year ago. Everything good takes time.

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pavlor 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 25-Sep-2011 19:25:50
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@Shufflepuck

I want ONE!


However, some benchmarks would be nice.

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RobertB 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 25-Sep-2011 19:36:57
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Holy cow! I'm eager to see it at next month's Amiwest Show.

Truly,
Robert Bernardo
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http://videocam.net.au/fcug
The Other Group of Amigoids
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http://www.sccaners.org

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Gmeanie 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 25-Sep-2011 20:19:36
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@RobertB

Hopefully some more YOUTUBE videos will now go up hint hint.

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thinkchip 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 26-Sep-2011 2:09:16
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@Shufflepuck

There's something in back that looks like an optical audio output. Is it? That would save a lot of wires.

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tomazkid 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 26-Sep-2011 3:11:38
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Interesting



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klx300r 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 26-Sep-2011 3:37:09
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as the writing on the bottom of the MB says 'let's keep this party rockin boys'

Last edited by klx300r on 26-Sep-2011 at 03:37 AM.

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Plexus 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 26-Sep-2011 6:03:14
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@klx300r and All

Yeaahhhh Baby come to daddy with this baby..... X1000 will bring happyness and proudness to the Amiga Community. But before IM 100% Satisfied I want the full Open GL 2.1 driver and of course SMP to this Amazing upcoming system.....


Let the:

Roll

Last edited by Plexus on 26-Sep-2011 at 06:10 AM.
Last edited by Plexus on 26-Sep-2011 at 06:09 AM.

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Breed 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 26-Sep-2011 8:08:52
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From: Kuusamo/Finland

X1000 will be my next computer shopping experience

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Shufflepuck 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 26-Sep-2011 8:11:21
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@thinkchip

You mean the S/PDIF connector? It's used to transmit DD 5.1 and PCM with a S/PDIF cable -> Optical (or RCA).

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ikir 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 26-Sep-2011 9:37:28
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@Shufflepuck

Nice article and photos. I hope Amiga OS4.2 will really use that hardware, i think multicore support can wait but sata2, RadeonHD, RAM must be supported to the max.

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Jupp3 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 26-Sep-2011 12:40:14
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@ikir

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I hope Amiga OS4.2 will really use that hardware, i think multicore support can wait but sata2, RadeonHD, RAM must be supported to the max.

Assuming you mean ">2GB supported", I cannot see that happening too soon. Too many things depending on memory allocator returning a pointer that maxes out at 2GB.

Of course the extra ram could be used in some other ways (like ram disk, or maybe even swapping the memory to "unusable" ram instead of HD - that might even be doable with MMU!)

On the other hand, 2GB is quite a lot already. Except on many other operating systems, of course

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Speedy 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 26-Sep-2011 13:14:31
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@Gmeanie

Quote:

Gmeanie wrote:
@RobertB

Hopefully some more YOUTUBE videos will now go up hint hint.


Stuff like this does NOT belong on Youtube. It belongs on Youporn or Redtube.

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retro 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 26-Sep-2011 15:00:03
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acording to the "old plan" wasnt it the plan that workbench will get rewrited in os 4.2 as fare as i remember the os 4.2 should bring at new usser interface or destop. an there was something with amiga anywere allso or was it os 4.5 i think wee can forget about that for now...

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Shufflepuck 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 26-Sep-2011 16:31:18
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@retro

In 2001 (I think) the old plan by Fleecy Moss was:

OS 4.2:

1. Hardware-independancy
2. New printer system

OS 4.5:

- New Workbench
- improved intuition.library

OS 5.0:

- SMP
- ACM and streaming system to bring a new datatypes system
- Closely-integrated 2D and 3D API

Source: http://goo.gl/gkZTs

Then, last snapshot from 2005:

http://goo.gl/nm2EX

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austgarden 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 26-Sep-2011 19:47:44
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@Shufflepuck


Nice !!

this will def be my next investment

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Pentrite 
Re: The AmigaOne X1000 Experience
Posted on 26-Sep-2011 19:52:46
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From: Portugal

@Shufflepuck

Quote:
Orthogonal Persistence - all content is persistent, instead of having to be saved to and loaded from storage.


I used to drool over this concept, 10 years later they call it "The Cloud".

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