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Re: Retro Games Limited - THEA500 Mini - Future?
Posted on 24-Sep-2023 7:16:25
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@matthey

You don’t answer the question, and instead spin around in your usual circles, so I presume your answer is “no”. You really should spend more time DOING and less time writing repetitive essays here.

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Re: Retro Games Limited - THEA500 Mini - Future?
Posted on 24-Sep-2023 21:38:56
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kolla Quote:

You don’t answer the question, and instead spin around in your usual circles, so I presume your answer is “no”. You really should spend more time DOING and less time writing repetitive essays here.


You ask some strange and personal questions which is why you don't always get the answers you want. Yes, I've used 68k Amiga emulation with WinUAE on x86-64 hardware. It's the best Amiga emulation available on a high performance CISC architecture that the 68k was once very competitive with. Yes, the 68k Amiga emulation is higher performance than the 30-40 year old hardware. Yes, there are some nice WinUAE features. Assimilation is as easy as paying several hundred dollars to get x86-64 hardware yet the Raspberry Pi has sold around 50 million units. Some people want cheaper hardware and better value than emulation can provide. There are no healthy purely emulated or virtual computer platforms available that I am aware because of lack of value. Emulation is EOL support for dead hardware platforms.

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Re: Retro Games Limited - THEA500 Mini - Future?
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@matthey

Let me quote myself…
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Have you experimented with “amiga emulation” vs “68040 emulation”? UAE vs Aranym for example?


I am not here asking if you have used WinUAE. I specifically ask if you have compared Amiga emulation (UAE) with *just* 68040 emulation - as in no emulation of Amiga chipset - for example the Atari emulator Aranym (which uses same 68k emulation code as UAE) or for that matter Qemu. So… have you? I have, for a long time I used Aranym for Linux/68k as it was quite a lot faster than Linux/68k on UAE, even with both set up to just use serial console.

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