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Hardware News   Hardware News : Coldfire website update
   posted by gemini on 26-Jun-2003 9:35:55 (1978 reads)
The new ColdFusion prototype has been printed! It was printed by an UK company called RAK.

This prototype has Firewire (400mbps), USB (1.1), AC97 sound, SDRam, 150Mhz Coldfire and works in the Amiga 4000 (Actually any Amiga with a fast slot and no other CPU)


See Coldfire website for more infor and pictures!
    

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Anonymous 
Re: Coldfire website update
Posted on 26-Jun-2003 13:36:06
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Perfect for people that didn't get a PPC card and plan to keep their old hardware running :) I wonder what it's going to do with the 060 card prices if it gets released ..

/Björn

 
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Re: Coldfire website update
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All Right!
Congrats on getting the card. Lets hope it works! :D
magnetic

good luck

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Re: Coldfire website update
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The ironic thing is that its way cooler to buy THIS than an AmigaOne!


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Re: Coldfire website update
Posted on 27-Jun-2003 12:09:07
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Sounds very neat-io, but at what cost?

 
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... or a pegasos


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Sounds very neat-io, but at what cost?


Just had a look at the planed A1200 version, it says £160-£200.


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Re: Coldfire website update
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@Darth_X, Giovanni

Well IMO, no.

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@Eric_Z

well it does have a certain geek factor to it. I know I'm buying one when Oli gets it finished. ... Now if he'd only bypass or replace the mediator for a full speed pci bus.


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@Eric_Z

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Well IMO, no.


Actually I didn't want to say that a AmigaOne is bad. I even buy one myself when OS4 is out.

But the coldfire project is, errr.... cool! It brings life back to my good old A1200.

CU Gio.


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@Darth_X, Giovanni

Well IMO, no.


Way cooler than A1, Pegasos and all the motherboards made in Taiwan?


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Way cooler than A1, Pegasos and all the motherboards made in Taiwan?


Well, yes it is cool. Great for those who never bought a PPC card. But it's just too bad that you cannot run OS 4 on it. That would spur a few sales. But then again, like other things, we need to keep moving forward. Still, it will be a good upgrade for the classic machines up to OS3.9.

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Way cooler than A1, Pegasos and all the motherboards made in Taiwan?


YES


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