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On my local forums many people ask stupid questions like "How much speed do I need, do I have to buy 3GHz processor or faster one?" or "Is it better for me to have 4GB of memory" or something like "Is this manufacturer better, faster for 10% then others". This video was made just to show them what machine with 7.09Mhz and 1MB chip ram can do. Do we really need all of those gigahertz's and gigabytes for everyday work. Or they want to force us to buy more and more until one day we see that we are back at the beginning... Testing is done on "stock" Amiga 600...Enjoy...

Posted by majsta on Sunday, February 19 2012 @ 19:06:14 UTC (7532 reads)
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