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Re: The state of Amiga NG hardware?
Posted on 9-Jun-2023 5:00:33
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@ppcamiga1

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ppcamiga1 wrote:
@agami

and usual answer to that.
no matter as long as there is nothing "Amiga" worth of use on x86 and arm.
want switch to pc? start working on something that will be at least on xp level.

From NXP / Freescale POV, SIMD is a premium feature instead of a standardized feature.


Last edited by Hammer on 09-Jun-2023 at 05:32 AM.
Last edited by Hammer on 09-Jun-2023 at 05:05 AM.

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Re: The state of Amiga NG hardware?
Posted on 9-Jun-2023 5:31:54
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@tlosm

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tlosm wrote:
@Livebyfaith

Linux on X5000/20 today is really an horrible experience ... on X5000/40 is a terrible experience.
If you think Pi4 is much more faster in computing compared x5000/40 and plus it have all the video accelerations in linux working vulkan too and prize 100 times less then x5000/40.
Plus if you overclock Pi4 like mine at 2ghz there is no way in linux experience, the Pi is much much more better.

About Os4 experience i have the feeling the best experience on Os4 is the old X1000 just because it have the alitvec and cpu is 100% compatible compared the old ibm g3 and g4 series on X5000 many altivec apps was crashing.


X5000's P5040's e5500 missing SIMD is a backward step from Amiga Hombre's SIMD-capable PA-RISC 71xx.

The Amiga was supposed to be a multimedia-oriented device, not an avionics suite.

Raspberry Pi 4B's ARM Cortex A72 quad cores are similar to NXP's Layerscape 1046A and 1026A Processors. NXP's i.MX 8 Series has up to ARM Cortex A72 dual cores. NXP's prices are not for hobbyists.

I have two Raspberry Pi 3A+ and one Raspberry Pi 4B 4GB.

Last edited by Hammer on 09-Jun-2023 at 05:35 AM.

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