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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : Amy Flyers Available
   posted by Troika on 20-Oct-2006 22:04:14 (5395 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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RWO 
Re: Amy Flyers Available
Posted on 21-Oct-2006 5:11:39
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Its great there is flyers for the next upgoming show.

But its hardly worth as a news item.

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Re: Amy Flyers Available
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What's this "Geek Port" I see the logo of on the lower right of PrometheuslBack.jpg? Anything to do with the celebrated "geek port" of the late, lamented BeBox?


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Re: Amy Flyers Available
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Hmm, STILL NO OS4 Licence. And whats with these PDF's? I'd rather see PCB'S buy now, whats REALY going on?

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Re: Amy Flyers Available
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with no Win-bloats in sight AGP should proove suprisingly nimble if not awe inspiring!


"Without any serious apps to run..."

I think that's where you're going to end up with that line of thinking.


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Re: Amy Flyers Available
Posted on 21-Oct-2006 11:18:57
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I hope a Pci->AGP Adapter will work with this board. Pci gfx cards are very rare and expensive.
Like the Efika board: http://www.bplan-gmbh.de/news/efika_art.html


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Re: Amy Flyers Available
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Take it easy folks. Just DL the pdf, print it and put it on the wall and look at it. You will feel good about it. Its totally free (except the ink)

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Take it easy folks. Just DL the pdf, print it and put it on the wall and look at it. You will feel good about it. Its totally free (except the ink)


spoken as a true amiga nut....


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Re: Amy Flyers Available
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While I understand the skepticisms here regarding Troika, seeing Guru Meditation's name there has given me pause because I have great respect for him and his good efforts in the past for the Amiga community.

I have not had any dealings with him personally but he has spoken about this project before with guarded optimism implying to me he may have more knowledge (and investment) then we know about.

Perhaps we may know more in a few hours as Amiwest gets underway and clears the air a bit?


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Re: Amy Flyers Available
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I am using Firefox at the moment. All three of those links crash my browser. What gives?

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Re: Amy Flyers Available
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I am using Firefox at the moment. All three of those links crash my browser. What gives?


It's not that you would miss anything.

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adiaux 
Re: Amy Flyers Available
Posted on 21-Oct-2006 21:48:37
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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?


"Original design"?

The "Troika Panda" *is* the UDTech board, period. And if you look at the top of the backdrop picture in the Troika flyer, you will see the PATA connector, right where it's supposed to be.

Also, remember that the Tundra TSI107, 108 and 109 only has one single PCI bus, which is perfectly fine for lots of hardware applications, but not really what you would wish for in a desktop design. A lot of bandwidth-intensive things seems to sit on that bus. I wish Troika would have chosen a different motherboard as their "Panda", based around a more suitable system controller, like the Marvell Discovery II, III or V even.

But most of all I wish they would stop making "announcements" like this until they can show any kind of sign of being real, and having *real ability* of shipping even a batch of a few hundred pre-made UD-Tech boards (not to mention the Amy, which soon is about to turn '07) ...

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I am using Firefox at the moment. All three of those links crash my browser. What gives?


You won't miss a thing on this one ...

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Re: Amy Flyers Available
Posted on 21-Oct-2006 22:35:54
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FireFox works just fine here!

run spybot and then a virus checker then Hijack this then ......

awe crap get yer Amiga out!! now if only my PSU didnt blow in my A1200T

@ DungonDeveloper

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With out any serious apps to run.....


damn it yer right ..... but at least some games would run better

and maybe with the power there in the future (insert vague "one day" hopeful coment here)

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"Original design"?

The "Troika Panda" *is* the UDTech board, period..

Thats not what I'm hearing. They're wanting to do slight modifications. I was under the impression maybe more PCI slots, and remove some bits that werent needed like the smartcard slot.

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Re: Amy Flyers Available
Posted on 22-Oct-2006 12:19:55
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What's this "Geek Port" I see the logo of on the lower right of PrometheuslBack.jpg? Anything to do with the celebrated "geek port" of the late, lamented BeBox?


Eveyone knows what a geek port is surely?

Oh, go on then I let you in on a little secret...


Geek Port (TM) is a revolutionary new device that allows direct human to computer interfacing, it was devloped by North Korean scientists while taking time out from testing A-bombs. Please note: geek is not included, you will need to supply your own. If you want to find out more about Geek Port see the 1990 film: Total Recall.


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Re: Amy Flyers Available
Posted on 22-Oct-2006 15:17:30
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@ jahc

In essence, what you are talking about is designing a new motherboard ...

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