I voted yes; I like it, it looks great when implimented well, and it reminds me of the good old days of gpu improvements that added extra stuff rather than just more fps. I only have a 1440p monitor for my main display so a 3080 plus ray tracing plus DLSS (when necessary) still provides good...
I'll probably stick with the 3080 and skip the 4000 series. Plenty of power in the 3080 for what I use it for, and there's every chance my 750W psu wont be up to the task for the 4070Ti / 4080 or whatever. So skip 4000, think about a system update once Zen 4 has been out for a while (or the...
C= really should have equipped the 1200 with 1MB of fast ram, it would’ve doubled the performance.
But they wanted to save money and shout about 2MB chip ram instead. 1MB chip and 1MB fast ram out of the box would’ve worked better, with a cheap 1MB chip upgrade available through the clockport...
Oh wow! a 1000 is one I’ve always wanted but never managed to get hold of!
Dust it off and give it a whirl - no batteries in those and it’s one where there’s a good chance caps won’t have leaked. You can use a cheap scandoubler like a gbs8200 to get a picture out of it, or an OSSC, or even a...
yup, the ST and then the Amiga were the stuff a kid dreamed about in the late eighties. I was also bowled over by the Acorn Archimedes (especially the A3000 in ‘89) and it’s Lander demo in 1987.
As amazing as later Amiga games plus the MD and SNES were, I don’t think I was quite as wowed again...
BBC Micro then Amiga 500 followed by A1200, then …
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