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noXLar 
Re: Epsilon's Amiga X1000 Blog Updated
Posted on 21-Jan-2016 14:57:07
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@Epsilon

thats cool.. i do have two morphos machines, maybe i need to freeshed them up a bit

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Re: Epsilon's Amiga X1000 Blog Updated
Posted on 25-Jan-2016 15:45:04
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Hi All,

Last night was the first meeting in 2016 for the Adelaide Amiga user group, and it was a great night with a large turnout.

Plenty of photos, videos and information here:

http://amigax1000.blogspot.com.au/2016/01/adelaide-amiga-meeting-jan-2016.html

I hope you enjoy it! I can't wait for the next meeting!



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Re: Epsilon's Amiga X1000 Blog Updated
Posted on 25-Jan-2016 15:56:06
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@Epsilon

nice meeting :)

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Re: Epsilon's Amiga X1000 Blog Updated
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@BSzili

From http://timothylottes.blogspot.com.au/2013/08/notes-on-amd-gcn-isa.html

Quote:

Changing Materials the GCN Way

DX and GL are years behind in API design compared to what is possible on GCN. For instance there is no need for the CPU to do any binding for a traditional material system with unique shaders/textures/samplers/buffers associated with geometry. Going to the metal on GCN, it would be trivial to pass a 32-bit index from the vertex shader to the pixel shader, then use the 32-bit index and S_BUFFER_LOAD_DWORDX16 to get constants, samplers, textures, buffers, and shaders associated with the material. Do a S_SETPC to branch to the proper shader.

This kind of system would use a set of uber-shaders grouped by material shader register usage. So all objects sharing a given uber-shader can get drawn in say one draw call (draw as many views as you have GPU perf for). No need for traditional vertex attributes either, again just one S_SETPC branch in the vertex shader and manually fetch what is needed from buffers or textures...

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Re: Epsilon's Amiga X1000 Blog Updated
Posted on 25-Jan-2016 21:00:28
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@Epsilon

What a great meeting

Last edited by kyle on 25-Jan-2016 at 09:00 PM.

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Re: Epsilon's Amiga X1000 Blog Updated
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Hi All,

Today I have written a new blog entry looking at Classic Amiga emulation setup work I did recently on my new AmigaOne A1222 system.

Link is here:

http://amigax1000.blogspot.com.au/2016/02/classic-amiga-emulation-on-amigaone.html

I hope you enjoy it!



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Re: Epsilon's Amiga X1000 Blog Updated
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@Epsilon

If you can play AGA demos of 2000s on an emulator on the A1222 then it's nice and quite fast machine. (AGA demos don't use FPU most likely, but still.)

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@Tomppeli

what! most likely they do

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Re: Epsilon's Amiga X1000 Blog Updated
Posted on 5-Feb-2016 23:29:24
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Hi All,

Today I have a blog post on getting an ACA500 expansion working on the Classic Amiga 1000, with varying degrees of success with other expansions! Workbench 3.1 hard disk on my Amiga 1000 - who would have thought?

Link is here:

http://amigax1000.blogspot.com.au/2016/02/aca500-on-amiga-1000.html

I hope you enjoy it!



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Posted on 5-Feb-2016 23:46:53
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@Epsilon

Very cool Fair play giving all that a go especially the 060!!

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Re: Epsilon's Amiga X1000 Blog Updated
Posted on 6-Feb-2016 9:11:28
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@Epsilon

68060 on A1000. Wow!

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Epsilon 
Re: Epsilon's Amiga X1000 Blog Updated
Posted on 10-Feb-2016 23:28:22
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Hi All,

Today I have written a blog post looking at the MIST FPGA system running Amiga 1200 AGA core, and some other cores too.

It is certainly an interesting system, and more information and plenty of screenshots here:

http://amigax1000.blogspot.com.au/2016/02/mist-minimig-aga-system-has-arrived.html

I hope you find it interesting.



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Re: Epsilon's Amiga X1000 Blog Updated
Posted on 10-Feb-2016 23:49:04
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@Epsilon

Great write up and it looks like an amazing bit of kit! Thanks for sharing your experiences with this.

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Re: Epsilon's Amiga X1000 Blog Updated
Posted on 11-Feb-2016 23:12:00
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@Epsilon

Nice read as always, thanks, although two things for your information:

1. Gremlin was never released an AGA version of Disposable Hero. This one probably you tried is a CD32 rip, but again the CD32 version as far as I remember has the same graphics with the floppy version.

2. Deluxe Paint V was not AGA only, but AGA chipset was required if you wanted to use the enhanced modes.

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Re: Epsilon's Amiga X1000 Blog Updated
Posted on 12-Feb-2016 0:02:14
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@Phantom

Thanks for your clarifications of some inaccuracies. I have updated the blog post accordingly.

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Re: Epsilon's Amiga X1000 Blog Updated
Posted on 13-Feb-2016 2:59:22
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Hi All,

I have written another blog post looking at the recently released Google Drive for AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition on my AmigaOne X1000.

Link to the post is here:

http://amigax1000.blogspot.com.au/2016/02/google-drive-for-amigaos41-on-x1000.html

I hope you enjoy it!



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Posted on 20-Feb-2016 10:48:24
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Hi All,

I have written a new blog entry looking at a cool new case (In Win H Frame Mini-ITX) I bought for the AmigaOne A1222. Plenty of Build details and pictures are included!

Link is here:

http://amigax1000.blogspot.com.au/2016/02/new-case-for-amigaone-a1222.html

Hope you find it interesting



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pavlor 
Re: Epsilon's Amiga X1000 Blog Updated
Posted on 20-Feb-2016 10:59:40
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@Epsilon

Really nice case! Expensive, sure, but looks so good.

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Re: Epsilon's Amiga X1000 Blog Updated
Posted on 11-Mar-2016 23:52:39
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Hi All,

I attended the Adelaide Retro Computing Group monthly meeting last night which had a Vintage Apple theme and it was a lot of fun. There was plenty other equipment displayed too, including Amigas, Amstrad, Vic 20, MIST MiniMIG AGA and more.

I wrote a blog entry with lots of photos and information from the event.

http://amigax1000.blogspot.com.au/2016/03/adelaide-retro-computing-meeting-march.html

I hope you enjoy it! I can't wait for the next meeting!

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Posted on 12-Mar-2016 8:32:07
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@Epsilon

Thanks for report and pictures! I was always fan of MacOS Classic visual appearance, OS X is too modern for my taste.

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