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g01df1sh 
Another FPGA board
Posted on 31-Oct-2019 19:37:30
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Hi All

Came across this today.

https://jesusdelatorre.com/showproduct.php?productID=57

Looks cool memory option is a bit poor though 2mb

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OneTimer1 
Re: Another FPGA board
Posted on 1-Nov-2019 8:05:40
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@g01df1sh

Well, others (MiSTer) have AGA and much more RAM.

There are just two points that might be interesting:
1. standard form factor (Mini ITX)
2. Made for Amiga (well that's an abstract point)

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KimmoK 
Re: Another FPGA board
Posted on 1-Nov-2019 12:53:49
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Looks familiar...
http://www.illuwatar.se/project_pages/minimig2/minimig.htm

(but at least the component layout is new...)

Last edited by KimmoK on 01-Nov-2019 at 12:55 PM.

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kolla 
Re: Another FPGA board
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Strange. "MC68000 Virtual" - why? If the CPU is tg68, why not use the tg68 cores used with MiST and MiSTer etc, and also have 68020? At least the Mini-ITX and original Minimig had real 68SEC000 processor, and only chipset (OCS/ECS) on FPGA.

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IanP 
Re: Another FPGA board
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According to the blog the M5 has a new microcontroller firmware, new 68000 softcore and a rewrite of the minimig custom chipset.

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NutsAboutAmiga 
Re: Another FPGA board
Posted on 2-Nov-2019 9:38:44
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@g01df1sh

As controversial as Vampire is, I think buy a Vampire Standalone if did not already have AmigaONE. This computer is just an Amiga500, that is not designed to be upgraded, no zorro slots, where do I plug fun stuff like Action Replay III?

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kolla 
Re: Another FPGA board
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@IanP

Interesting, not that many 68000 cores to chose from, maybe the cycle exact fx68k by ljor? And “reworked minimig”? Hello GPL :)

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@kolla

A cycle exact 68000 softcore will exactly work as an 8 Mhz 68k not faster. Even a 68010 would not be 'cycle exact' any more.

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Kronos 
Re: Another FPGA board
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@OneTimer1

Cycle exact has nothing to do with the clockspeed.

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