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Amiga reloaded 2019
User Name Remember Me? Has icomp officially given up on Amiga Reloaded? Not much new too see at icomp. Even hard to find chip like Alice. These were the chips Jens was saving for the Amiga Reloaded one would presume.? Oh well No, he hasn't, according to his wiki, and from emails I have received from him. He says has more than enough of the chipsets to build enough Reloaded boards to fill demands Mind you, he still hasn't designed the board though. The chipsets are for sale,yes, in response to user requests for parts to build the and remade boards No, he hasn't, according to his wiki, and from emails I have received from him From what he wrote on the german A1K forum, the project seems to be alive. Just a whole lot of other stuff that he needs to take care of before that. It's a bit of a shame, really. The C64 reloaded is a rather nice product, the Amiga reloaded also looks like it would be a nice product - but it doesn't seem to be in the cards any time soon. Still, I have hope it'll eventually come out. Find More Posts by roondar. Originally Posted by Steril Find More Posts by kriz. Jens seems cautious and meticulous in his dealings so who knows. As far as having enough chips to meet demand, what demand? Is there a preorder or reservation page? I would surely want one. Originally Posted by Signman. Find More Posts by E-Penguin. Apologies for the thread necromancy here, but I've recently been wondering about the state of this project. Of course, I'm not a hardware kinda person so I don't feel qualified to solder stuff myself. Which is why I was looking forward to a new 'A' quite a bit. So: is this still on the cards? If not: are there any alternatives preferably using the same chipset? I know about the Vampire, but that is not what I'm looking for here. Also been keeping an eye on this project. I'm particularly interested in the NOS chipset as that's the heart of the Amiga to me and replacements are difficult to source. The Indivision without thermal concerns is also appealing. IIRC the Indivision series basically implements a big chunk of the Lisa chip on its own in order to generate its display. Maybe in the future Lisa will become redundant and the board wouldn't need it? Individual have a significant stock of the NOS chips, which can be bought on their website.
The Amigaor A code-named " Channel Z "is a personal computer in the Amiga computer family released by Commodore Internationalaimed at the home computer market. The A was launched a few months after the Amigausing a similar slimline design that replaced the earlier Amiga Plus and Amiga Whereas the A used the bit Motorola of earlier Amigas, the A was built around the faster and more powerful Motorola 68EC Physically, the A is an all-in-one design incorporating the CPUkeyboard, and disk drives including the option of an internal 2. Initially, only 30, As were available at the UK launch. After Commodore's demise inthe A almost disappeared from the market but was later relaunched by Escom in It also came with a modified PC floppy disk drive that is incompatible with some Amiga software. The A was finally discontinued in as the parent company folded. The A offers a number of advantages over earlier lower-budget Amiga models. The AGA chipset used in the A is a significant improvement. AGA increases the color palette from colors to The graphics hardware also features improved sprite capacity and faster graphics performance mainly due to faster video memory. Additionally, compared to the A the A offers greater expansion possibilities. Although it is a significant upgrade, the A did not sell as well as the and proved to be Commodore's last lower-budget model before filing for bankruptcy in This is mainly because the failed to repeat the technological advantage over competitors like the first Amiga systems. The AGA chipset was something of a disappointment. Commodore had initially been working on a much-improved version of the original Amiga chipset, codenamed " AAA "but when development fell behind they rushed out the less-improved AGA, found on the A and CD32 units. While AGA is not notably less capable than its competition, when compared to VGA and its emerging extensions, the Amiga no longer commanded the lead it had in earlier times. Additionally, the Amiga's custom chips cost more to produce than the increasingly ubiquitous commodity chips utilized in PCs, making the A more expensive. Another issue was that the A never supported high-density floppy disks without a special external drive or unreliable hacks, despite the downgraded PC HD drive in Escom models.
It does not directly compare to any existing Commodore Axxx mainboard, but if you want a comparison basis, then an A is probably the closest match. However, there are differences that also make it very much "not A". The following is a preliminary specification. Things may change, as there's a lot of work to do. There is no detailed timeline for a prototype, as we develop the product step-by-step, taking development results into other products in order to keep this huge project financially viable. After development is done, we will start taking pre-orders, so we can find out the initial demand. This will be different from the proceedings of the C64 Reloaded: With a sufficient quantity of AGA chips in our stock, there is a technical limit, but we don't expect it to be an actual limit. Commodore's "multimedia wonder machine" became really popular when the A has hit the market: A computer in a keyboard case. We therefore mainly aim at the A case. A second target will be the A case: We'll do everything that's possible to make one single design fit both these very popular cases. We've already heard calls to make it fit the A case as well, but that's currently on the "nice to have" list, and not a "must have". There is one prime directive for the form factor design: The target cases are classic computer cases, so "little to no" modifications shall be required to install the board. Other chips of the computer will be replaced by modern logic chips. Chipram is one of the special things where the Commodore A Reloaded scores: Although it's "only" 2MByte Chipram like all other AGA machines before, the memory is much faster and can be accessed by the processor at full speed even when eight bitplanes are switched on. This is accomplished by making use of modern memory technology, which is a lot faster than the D-RAMs that the AGA chipset was designed for. The higher speed allows inserting extra timeslots between the original DMA slots of the Alice chip. As a result, the CPU will have high-speed access to chip memory even when 8 bitplanes are used, or the blitter is in "nasty mode", where it will not slow down if the processor signals that it wants to access chip ram. However, this may cause undesired effects with software that can't handle this kind of speed, so this feature can be switched off at the user's choice while the machine is running no reboot required. We currently have no plans to provide such a software patch, but encourage authors to continue the work that can be found on Aminet: None of the existing "CPU blit" programs really patch all system functions that use the blitter. We know that there are many flavours of Commodore fans out there, and each of them defines "favourite computer" with their own standards. While some of you will primarily use less CPU-demanding programs, others want the highest possible performance. This means that no matter what type of CPU we would choose, it would be the wrong choice for many customers. Compatibility of A accelerator boards will be the same as with the ACA plus : We will guarantee that our ACA12xx cards work except for the old ACA typeand we'll also do our best to make the popular Blizzard cards work.
I was wondering if there is any news regarding the Amiga Reloaded project. I would love to pre-order one once that is possible. We only take pre-orders if we have a confirmed release date. However, the Commodore A Reloaded is not even in prototype stage. I'll have one reloaded please. The new flicker fixer, of course. As mentioed in the Wiki article about the A reloaded, we're taking things step-by-step. Ahh, great news! I need a flicker fixer for my first ever. I am a C64 fan but now I'm exploring what the Amiga is all about. Just to follow suit, I would also like to express my interest in the project. With a black case from A Oh, and if I would attend this weekend's Amiga event, please know I would wear a black t-shirt. Caution: Non registered users only see threads and messages in the currently selected language, which is determined by their browser Please create an account and log in to see all content by default. This is a limitation of the forum software. Don't Panic. Please wash hands. Hi, I was wondering if there is any news regarding the Amiga Reloaded project. Thank you! Hello Jens I'm hoping that A Reloaded will be finished and available someday. I also hope for it! I'll have one reloaded please What will be out first, the new flickerfixer or the Amiga reloaded?
Sebastian Bergmann recollects his journey into the wonderful world of Amiga retrocomputing. But yesterday the Apollo Team announced the Vampire V4. And this new model will also be available for the Amiga So here are my thoughts on the Vampire V4. While the Vampire V4 for Amigajust like the previous Vampire products for other classic Amiga computers before it, is a card that is put into a classic Amiga it does not really do what such cards normally do. Instead of just putting a more powerful CPU along with more RAM onto the computer's bus it basically replaces most if not all of the computer's hardware. As far as I understand, when a Vampire board is used then basically no original chip is used. Against this background, it should come as no surprise that a standalone version of Vampire V4 will be offered that requires neither an original mainboard nor original chips. I already wrote about this project earlier, for instance here and here. The Commodore A Reloaded will be a state-of-the-art mainboard for the classic Amiga hardware with a couple of useful enhancements such as modern connectors and support for RTG. Amiga Retrocomputing Sebastian Bergmann recollects his journey into the wonderful world of Amiga retrocomputing. A Reloaded vs.
Two polar subterranean thermal reactors supply the increasing energy demand of mankind. An explosion in the Northern polar thermal reactor has destroyed all primary and secondary energy connections and contact with the engineers and rescue robots has been lost. Without an energy supply the death of billions is imminent! We need the six control diamonds to engage the station's backup systems. Use the shielded suit and the Powerglove to protect you against the maintenance robots. You're our only hope! Powerglove Reloaded is a classic-era run 'n' gun game developed by Lazycow and Pierre 'Cyborgjeff' Martin for the Commodore Amiga home computer. Based on the Commodore smash ' Powerglove ', this enhanced port features improved graphics, a larger game map, deeper game mechanics and even boss fights! Guide the hero through the polar thermal reactor complex, navigate the complex network of transport tubes, locate the six control diamonds and blast away every rogue robot that stands in your path! Powerglove Reloaded is presented in a plastic clam shell box complete with custom made foam insert. The game comes on an auto-booting jewel-cased CD complete with a professionally printed page A6 manual, large weather-proof vinyl RGCD and Lazycow stickers, RGCD and Lazycow pin buttons, postcards and a rolled gsm matt-coated A3 poster with the game map on the reverse. The game can be purchased with an optional 3. Please note that Powerglove Reloaded is also available to buy here as a downloadable. ISO image to use via emulation or on real hardware. Purchases of the physical package here come with a download link of the game for free.
The world's fossil resources are exhausted. Two polar subterranean thermal reactors supply the increasing energy demand of mankind. An explosion in the Northern polar thermal reactor has destroyed all primary and secondary energy connections and contact with the engineers and rescue robots has been lost. Without an energy supply the death of billions is imminent! We need the six control diamonds to engage the station's backup systems. Guide the hero through the polar thermal reactor complex, navigate the complex network of transport tubes, locate the six control diamonds and blast away every rogue robot that stands in your path! Buy the game on CD and 3. Have an old Commodore Amiga stashed away in the loft? Powerglove Reloaded. You're our only hope! Seven types of fiendish mechanical monsters to vanquish! Four bosses to battle! Awesome Soundtrack by Cyborgjeff! More information. Download Now Name your own price. Powerglove Reloaded Amiga. ISO 4 MB. Run on Linux. Controls are inverted. First Impressions. Post a new topic View all posts. WindowsmacOSLinux.
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Even for high demand, we confirm once again that all orders will be served. There will be no shortage. We are delivering, and we continue to do so. All other components are already assembled and pre-tested before shipment. For building a C64 computer with this board, you need to supply the key chips on your own :. It will not only generate the correct clocking, but also set the right voltages for the chips that you have chosen. Further, it configures the filter-capacitors for your favourite SID combination. This means that the Commodore 64 Reloaded MK2 is a completely jumper-free design. The all-static memory system is designed to be VSP-safe with all video chip versions. This ensures component availability for a long time in the future, and it reduces power consumption. You don't need to worry about any settings, as all timings are configured to the exact values that the original C64 computer has used. All the functions of this delicate chip are integrated in the main logic chip of this new main board. Although this means that this part of the main board is not driven by an "original chip", we can guarantee full compatibility, because the chip has been reverse-engineered in every single detail. Another alternative is to let this chip play the same music as the first SID chip, and toggle between the first and the second chip while music is playing. The C64 Reloaded does not use this technology any more, because in the yearTV sets with an interface for that kind of signal are not common any more. The C64 Reloaded has two connectors in the place of the TV modulator that let you make use of more common audio and video interfaces: An S-Video connector and a 3. These two connectors are mounted on a separate circuit board, which is mounted at an angle on the C64 Reloaded. This puts the two connectors in positions where the holes of the original C64 case can be used, and drilling or milling won't be required. The high-efficiency power conversion of the Commodore 64 Reloaded MK2 is identical to the circuit of the predecessor: With up to 4 amps of current, there is lots of reserves for your power-hungry expansions. Devices that connect to the user port and make use of the AC voltage also work flawlessly with the Commodore 64 Reloaded MK2. The power switch looks just like the original, but instead of two positions, it has three of them. In "down" position, the computer is switched off. In "middle" position, it's switched on. The "up" position will reset the machine, and automatically click back into the middle "on" position. This lets you use a reset button without the need to drill a hole into your case for an additional button. Further, the functionality of this button can also be configured to be a SID- or Kernal switcher. Last not least, we've listened to our customers who criticised the looks of our first C64 Reloaded board. While the general consent was that the black circuit board looks great, many people didn't like the s-characteristic green of the ZIF sockets. Further Information and the complete User Manual can be found in our wiki. Real pictures, not computer generated. Pictures show an unpopulated pre-production board. Actual appearance will vary - see text. Final appearance will be shown in real pictures in august SID chips not included. Commodore is a registered trademark, used under license. C64 Reloaded MK2. Available for immediate delivery. For building a C64 computer with this board, you need to supply the key chips on your own : CPU or two pcs. Further Information and the complete User Manual can be found in our wiki Real pictures, not computer generated.
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