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Poll : Is ARM the Solution?
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QBit 
We need ARM and we need WinUAE>UAE4ARM
Posted on 2-Jun-2022 19:42:07
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For PeeCee there is VM and to bang Hardware let`s go on ARM! Or FPGA!

And Vendetta for Amithlon Emu68!

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kolla 
Re: We need ARM and we need WinUAE>UAE4ARM
Posted on 2-Jun-2022 20:18:06
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@QBit

Why “or” when you can have “and”? Amiga chipset on FPGA and 68k emulation on ARM - it exists already.

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Re: We need ARM and we need WinUAE>UAE4ARM
Posted on 2-Jun-2022 21:19:41
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Re: We need ARM and we need WinUAE>UAE4ARM
Posted on 3-Jun-2022 2:42:00
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@QBit

Are you really trying to tell people what they should be using or what people should spend their free time developing?

The reason Winuae is the single best emulator available is because of the hardwork Toni Wilen has done for well over a decade and the fact x86-64 is the most powerful easily sourceable silicon out there for single threaded performance and the widest used for the desktop.
It couldnt be more obvious to anyone whose IQ approaches their shoe size.


Where's the "oh God, is this clueless twit rambling again?" option in the poll?

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Re: We need ARM and we need WinUAE>UAE4ARM
Posted on 3-Jun-2022 3:21:26
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PC is a dead end ARM just is better than Intel and AMD!

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Posted on 3-Jun-2022 3:50:04
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@QBit

Enlighten me..... how is pc a dead end and ARM better than Intel or AMD?
I think they both have their place, Im just curious why you say it?
Bare in mind I have technical knowledge, and dont just say things for reasons other than "just because". Your very response here tells pretty much everyone that you're an imbecile (even if you've made that more than clear by your incessant ramblings).
Hell, you somehow thought a very clear and concise response that answers accurately was somehow off topic; *that* is how clueless you are, but Im still willing to let you elaborate.
It will be funny.

Popcorn at the helm, waiting to be entertained.......

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agami 
Re: We need ARM and we need WinUAE>UAE4ARM
Posted on 3-Jun-2022 9:59:37
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@fishy_fis

ARM is the current 'bandwagon'. For some people, all they know is that one is better off being on the bandwagon.

They see the rise in devices such as Raspberry Pi, every single smartphone (pocket computer), and most tablet computers, many of which are bellow $1,000 and all with enviable performance compared to any Classic or NG Amiga, and deduce that the best party to be invited to is the one hosted by ARM.

x86 may have been the nemesis in the late '80s and for most of the '90s, but that is the past. x86-64, especially with the recent renaissance spurred on by AMD, is a different enough beast. Scaling from handheld gaming computers like Valve's Steam Deck, through big-screen entertainment systems from Sony and Microsoft, tablets, ultrabooks, mini computers like Intel's NUC, to high performance and gaming laptops, desktops and servers supporting unprecedented levels of multi-threading and parallelism, with consumer solutions up to 16 cores / 32 threads, and enthusiast and professional workstation solutions with up to 64 cores / 128 threads.

ARM offerings have some advantages over the x86-64 ones, but it is quite ignorant to make a blanket statement that one is 'IN' and the other is 'OUT'.

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Re: We need ARM and we need WinUAE>UAE4ARM
Posted on 3-Jun-2022 14:34:22
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If you take the sensible route of 68K virtualisation, then you can opt for ARM or x64. We only need to be coupled to one architecture, provided we can JIT execute it

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