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Vampire 600 V1: Excellent!
Posted on Tuesday, February 12 2013 @ 14:48:10 UTC by majsta

Like I promised first signs of accelerations are here. In total 1.38 Mips are accomplished. System is much faster than before and again want to say there is so much space for increasing performance. Cache needs to be added and complete system runs now at only 72Mhz. So what can I say to all of those who didn't believe in this. Nothing much except it took me about 4380 working hours to accomplish this. Every single day for past 2 years for about 6 hours per day. So again i want to remember you about my words 3 years ago. You didn't work too hard to save the Amiga. Despite your knowledge you didn't do much! So Amiga community is just Talk Talk community!!! On Sun May 23, 2010 at 12:50 pm I have got my first Amiga and few days later I found out that Amiga uses something called MC68000, few days after that I just know that I have a mission... Stay tuned...

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