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Apollo Team informs: Vampire V4 continues to be delayed

 
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PostPosted: 22.05.2018 - 17:48    Post subject: Apollo Team informs: Vampire V4 continues to be delayed Reply with quote



As the Apollo team announced in an Activity Report (May 2018), the planned release of the accelerator card Vampire V4 will be further delayed.

In a humorous way the report explains how the team has been looking for months for a single bug that occurs in conjunction with some A500 boards:
"Team measured everything that could be measured (if you mind, majsta has the biggest thing we could measure) and crosschecked with all Altera manuals, and could not find a single hardware issue.
Finally, decision had to be taken to rewrite some important part of the core to figure out what the problem was, and believe us, the Amiga 500 is a real timing inferno. Most of us agrees that understanding women is easier than talking to an Amiga 500 chipset."


The report also mentions that the planned Gold3 core is making great strides for the vampire accelerator cards. With this core, it should be possible to play AGA games via the HDMI output of the Vampires - even if the Amiga itself has no AGA chipset. The currently available core carries the version number 2.9 and already provides many satisfied comments in the Amiga forums.

As already announced in the current Amiga Future issue 132, Majsta has resumed production of the Vampire 600. Some pre-orders have already received their [b]Vampire 600 V2.1.
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