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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : Amy Flyers Available
   posted by Troika on 20-Oct-2006 21:04:14 (5201 reads)
Today we have made available the Amy Project flyers from the Amy show visits.
BB4, AmiWest etc.

You can print your own (high quality) on your inkjet or color laser.

the pdf Panda-Amy Project
the PrometheusFront.pdf
the PrometheuslBack.jpg
    

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wegster 
Re: Amy Flyers Available
Posted on 20-Oct-2006 21:10:39
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Ok, so who exactly do you think WANTS to waste ink or toner printing these for 'personal use'? Sorry, I don't get it. It doesn't put product in hands, nor an OS4 port, nor give pricing, or make them closer to anyones hands.

The second one (the anti-helgis one) is funny, tho

BTW, if 'Panda' doesn't go past the advertised 1024x768, I'd never spend a dime on it, so I'm hoping that may change.


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@wegster

You could throw away their graphics adapter and put in your own Radeon X1300 PCI


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alot of amiga nuts will be creaming them self now


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...and no OS4 license anywhere to be seen.

Maybe you lot should change the flyer to read "Marketing >IS< for Dummies!"


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AMY is so... 05's



The resolution goes against Panda, but the ability one to connect it to a composite signal, in as well as out is quite appealable...

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I want to know.... where are the PDF's of the PCB's that let me print my own motherboard?


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Rit 
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but the ability one to connect it to a composite signal, in as well as out is quite appealable...


Indeed. And the component output's quite cool too.

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Wait a minute.. 2x SATA and no PATA? So you add a hard drive and a dvd writer.. but what do you do when you want to put a second hard drive in??

The original UD Tech design had 1 PATA connector, with what looked like the option in the design to have another.

If you're going to cut out PATA altogether, I think 4x SATA is needed really.

Btw, will any PCI gfx card work in this PCI slot?

Also, 1.25GHz 7448 is enough grunt for me, but you have the capability to go all the way up to 1.7GHz. I'd make a full speed version available too, despite the cost going through the roof, because there are always going to be guys arouind with money that want the best. :)

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4x USB 2.0 --> cool
PCI gfx --> ehm in 2006? ooooops

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Wait a minute.. 2x SATA and no PATA? So you add a hard drive and a dvd writer.. but what do you do when you want to put a second hard drive in??



Remember, these are either STB motherboards or reference boards for atypical industrial applications, not desktop system boards. I doubt the manufacturers really thought someone might try to make a general purpose computer out of 'em.


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I want to know.... where are the PDF's of the PCB's that let me print my own motherboard?



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Remember, these are either STB motherboards or reference boards for atypical industrial applications, not desktop system boards. I doubt the manufacturers really thought someone might try to make a general purpose computer out of 'em.

Look at the original design. Theres a PATA connector on the motherboard, and on this page theres a graphics showing "Primary ATA Connector" "Secondary ATA Connector" and "IDE133 connector". So it seems the design does allow it.

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Wait a minute.. 2x SATA and no PATA? So you add a hard drive and a dvd writer.. but what do you do when you want to put a second hard drive in??


Could always get a PCI IDE controller card. It would take up one of your PCI slots, but it's one way around it.

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Could always get a PCI IDE controller card. It would take up of your PCI slots, but it's one way around it.

I dont want another A1 situation, having all the PCI slots filled with cards just to get basic functionality (SATA, PATA and sound).

But it doesnt really matter to me at this stage, because I'm probably just going to upgrade my A1 with an ACK CPU module. :)

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Great , no Amiga show it seems is complete these days without a bit of Troika spin.

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well I'm bummed only 1024*768 is it even true colour?

love the rest of the specs .... whats that DDR2-sdram stick ?!?!?!?

looked up http://www.xgitech.com/products/products_1.asp?P=1 they have GFX cards one of which is a dual GPU AGP effort!

are they the XGI they are on about I wonder?

well at least it's a G4 I like that now if only we can jam those AGP cards in there!


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Poster: Panthro Date: 21-Oct-2006 1:38:46

well at least it's a G4 I like that now if only we can jam those AGP cards in there!


It's a crying shame when your best hope is to step up to 1996 era technology.


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It's a crying shame when your best hope is to step up to 1996 era technology.

The Amiga market is different. The A1s runs our OS and current software very well.

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naaah my best hope is to have PCI-E so I can rip out the X1900XTX outa this Box-o-Windows
but my realistic hope is for min AGP.

with no Win-bloats in sight AGP should proove suprisingly nimble if not awe inspiring!


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