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Re: X1000 mobo makers found!! (+ PPC on a x86 PCI slot)
Posted on 12-Jan-2010 13:32:58
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@DAX

I hope for the X1000 as soon as possible

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Re: X1000 mobo makers found!! (+ PPC on a x86 PCI slot)
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Quote:
I am not expecting a reply.


Because you believe the contact will go down a black hole or because you don't think they'd be willing to provide the information you requested?

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Re: X1000 mobo makers found!! (+ PPC on a x86 PCI slot)
Posted on 13-Jan-2010 19:37:42
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What are the chances that Gensei or feanor have something to do with this new Amiga system? Also it may be a long shot but with the lawsuit over could it be Commodore?

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Re: X1000 mobo makers found!! (+ PPC on a x86 PCI slot)
Posted on 13-Jan-2010 20:23:38
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@Sloar

they might have some snazzy tower cases still.....

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Re: X1000 mobo makers found!! (+ PPC on a x86 PCI slot)
Posted on 25-Jan-2010 12:41:23
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Perhaps another potential board maker:
http://www.etools.de/boards/processor/powerpc/xpedite8070.html
Also here:
http://www.sarsen.net/sarsen-manufacturer-xes-xpedite8040.html

Example of high performance design:
http://www.xes-inc.com/Products/XCalibur1411/Datasheet/XCalibur1411_datasheet.pdf
(nice looking X by the way...) ;-P

They have a lot of competence:
http://www.xes-inc.com/ProductFinder.html
Smart people find here another end user product that uses PA6T:
http://www.xes-inc.com/pdf/Military_Corp_Profile.pdf



Perhaps A-Eon has managed to buy some 10 000 or so leftover PA6T chips for x1000, when xes moves to another CPU/SoC??

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Re: X1000 mobo makers found!! (+ PPC on a x86 PCI slot)
Posted on 11-Feb-2010 11:18:30
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I bet 10 timberwolf donation on designer/manufacturer being:
Extreme Engineering Solutions
http://www.xes-inc.com/Overview.html

That company has greatest amount of competence of Pa6t (and other high end chips), access to it via military, and the familiar X in their logo.


refreshing the memory of the CPU info:
"The AmigaOne X generation will come with a variety of CPUs, conforming to the Power ISA 2.04 and newer standards. The X1000 processor currently has very limited availability, and you've probably never seen one in the wild, so don't worry too much about it. For now, please be content with knowing that it's a dual-core Power Architecture™ CPU, with a very low Thermal Design Point. For reference, our designers have been running the cores at 1.6GHz during thermal testing, but this isn't the exact nominal clock speed."

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