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Hammer 
Re: Sam460le picture?
Posted on 19-Nov-2022 4:00:44
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@PixelHi

WinUAE has support hardware accelerated Wazp3D.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kb05QmY8fLo
Quake 3 68K running with WinUAE 4.9 and hardware-accelerated Wazp3D.

With Drawbridge, the PC can read and write Amiga floppy discs with real Amiga floppy sounds.



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pavlor 
Re: Sam460le picture?
Posted on 19-Nov-2022 9:20:07
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@Hammer

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Quake 3 68K running with WinUAE 4.9 and hardware-accelerated Wazp3D.


Really nice! Too bad this is (probably) unusable with OS4.

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agami 
Re: Sam460le picture?
Posted on 19-Nov-2022 11:07:37
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@PixelHi

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@agami

I truly don't understand why people are telling me how to spend my money?

If Acube gets to tell you how to spend your money, then its only fair that as a merchant of the finest magical robes, I get to have a go at you as well.
And you just so happen to be in the market for the best Christmas gift ever.
Like, not just up to this point in time, but ever.

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PixelHi 
Re: Sam460le picture?
Posted on 19-Nov-2022 12:09:49
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@Hammer

Its really great. I'm not interested in emulation.

PS. I don't need that to play Quake 3, some old junky PC can do it much better.

Last edited by PixelHi on 19-Nov-2022 at 12:17 PM.
Last edited by PixelHi on 19-Nov-2022 at 12:16 PM.

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PixelHi 
Re: Sam460le picture?
Posted on 19-Nov-2022 12:14:59
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@agami

Nobody is forced to buy it. You can tell your story to anybody, buying ANYTHING. Assigned value is just assigned value.

Item value is established between buyer and seller.

For one something is a garbage, for others tresure. Story as old as it can be.

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MEGA_RJ_MICAL 
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@PixelHi

Except, friend PixelHi...

...when a grinning oilman and bottom feeder brainwash the simpletons into HIS assignment of value,
and just to play safer - he blocks alternatives at the source (PUN VERY MUCH INTENDED)


/MEGA!

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PixelHi 
Re: Sam460le picture?
Posted on 19-Nov-2022 13:10:21
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@MEGA_RJ_MICAL

Again, you could apply your statement to basically anything. Being brainwashed to buy organic milk, bike to work, buy a iPhone 14, 3500 part LEGO Technic set or a steak (with potatoes) for $50.

Are we all brainwashed? Manipulated?

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agami 
Re: Sam460le picture?
Posted on 20-Nov-2022 0:52:54
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@PixelHi

Quote:
PixelHi wrote:
@agami

Nobody is forced to buy it. You can tell your story to anybody, buying ANYTHING. Assigned value is just assigned value.

Item value is established between buyer and seller.

For one something is a garbage, for others tresure. Story as old as it can be.

I too am not forcing you to buy anything.
I don't need a lecture on market-based capitalism.
Why are you being so defensive?

and,

Quote:
Again, you could apply your statement to basically anything. Being brainwashed to buy organic milk, bike to work, buy a iPhone 14, 3500 part LEGO Technic set or a steak (with potatoes) for $50.

Are we all brainwashed? Manipulated?

Some more than others.

Now, how about a set of those robes? I see you as a cloak type of person.
I'm prepared to discount it to ‎899, and if you order the matching overcoat, I will not charge double shipping.
It's a hell of a lot cheaper than what you'd pay for an equivalent from Ermenegildo Zegna, and I can only guarantee delivery in time for Christmas if you order in the next 48h.
You'll be the envy of your peers, and you'll be the talk of the town.

Speaking of market capitalism, in the exquisitely crafted box the trickle-down peasants will be elated you thew away, I will include a special referral code. For every person that buys a magic robe with that code, you will receive 30% of the sale price.
Get 3 people to buy a robe, and yours ends up being practically free of charge.

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PixelHi 
Re: Sam460le picture?
Posted on 20-Nov-2022 3:11:37
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@agami

1) defensive? I do what I want.

2) Not interested.

Quite simple.

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agami 
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Posted on 21-Nov-2022 1:00:19
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@PixelHi

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@agami

2) Not interested.

Fair enough.

Could I perhaps interest you in a fine MorphOS desktop running a 64-bit PowerPC G5 at 1.8GHz with ATI Radeon 9800 Pro, 2GB RAM, 2TB SATA HDD + Optical Drive, Sound, USB, and Ethernet.
That's 700MHz, 32 orders of magnitude bits, and a whole AltiVec more than the 460.
All this can be yours for just ‎1,200 + shipping

I know you're covered for Christmas gifts, but think of this as a New Year's resolution.
There's no feeling quite like starting a new year with an old machine. Plus think of all the power you will save with all the days it will never be turned on.

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PixelHi 
Re: Sam460le picture?
Posted on 21-Nov-2022 3:01:49
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@agami

For some reason I never got interest in MorphOS. I had nice MacBook G4 that would run it well, but gave it away for free long time ago. It's definitely nice operating system, but I would rather have AmigaOS.

Maybe I will try it on my A1200 PPC when they will release it.

PS. I'm not interested in speed that much, for this I have my PC.

Last edited by PixelHi on 21-Nov-2022 at 03:03 AM.

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