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MiSTer FPGA computer with RTG support
Posted on 25-Oct-2020 8:24:05
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From: Melbourne (Australia)

For those of you that don't know, the MiSTer FPGA board now supports RTG.

This allows you to build a pretty good classic Amiga using modern hardware.

I have mine hooked up to an old 19" CRT and it looks, sounds a feels exactly like my old A1200 (but now with the bonus of RTG).

I was thinking about getting another A1200 but they are very expensive these days and also getting a bit flaky due to their age so I thought I'd try something different.

This MiSTer performs like a real AGA 020 running at about 40 Mhz so it's fast enough for most classic games using WHDLOAD.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOFqSgA6lQ8

I planning on putting my board in a Checkmate 1500 case.

Of course with the MiSTer board you can also replicate many other retro computers and consoles, the 486 PC is a particular favorite of mine.

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