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Re: AmigaOne A122 Plus Motherboard Arrived Today
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Re: AmiTV 0.4 (CX2388X and Bt8x8)
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@amigait

It seems unlikely after all this time. Your best chance of a definitive answer would to try and contract by email.

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Re: OctaMEDPlayer from A-EON Technology (WIP)
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@LiveForIt

It was in a reply to you in the A600GS thread over at Amigaworld.

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Our developer tested the A600GS preloaded with A-EON's OctaMED v8 and a USB to Midi cable. it succesfully played through his MIDI equipment and he was able to edit the Midi generated tunes.

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Re: OctaMEDPlayer from A-EON Technology (WIP)
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@densho

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Dunno how they handle the midi on A600GS, but an USB MIDI interface would be the closest option.


Mathew confirmed USB to MIDI is already working.

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Re: Catweasel SID player
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@LiveForIt

Spirantho

He hasn't logged in for some time but there are other ways to contact him.

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Re: SketchBlock XMas Card Video 2023
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Don't forget to click the like button on Youtube.

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Re: Advice for X1000 Video Card
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@rjd324

I don't know where you're based but Ebuyer in the UK still have stock of R7 240 cards with GDDR5.
There may be other retailers with SI cards out there.

RX550 doesn't seem to hard to get hold. Higher end cards are out there but you pay a premium if it from well known brand, there cheaper cards from Chinese brands you've never heard of.

Do you still have the 4000 series card? You might probably need a working display to set the system up before swapping over to the RX. Since you already have an RX560 it might be worth testing with that before adding another card to yout collection.

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Re: AmigaOS 4 does not boot anymore after installing the RadeonHD V5 driver
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@joerg

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; not >, and before MODULE, to disable a kickstart module.


I should feel ashamed for making such an error.

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Re: AmigaOS 4 does not boot anymore after installing the RadeonHD V5 driver
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@skygecko

Put a > before radeonHD.chip in the kicklayout.

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Re: have you seen this?
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@kas1e

The leaked source is for the first game in the series, simply known as Wipeout. The exisiting Amiga version is Wipeout 2097 which is the second game in the series.

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Re: Who is getting the A1222 Plus?
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@tekmage
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I agree that limited hardware in the marketplace means every sale to an existing user does not grow our community.


Some Sam440 and low end AmigaOne or Pegasos systems will likely make their way to the second hand market providing a cheaper route for some new users who may condsider the current hardware to be too expensive.

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Re: Who is getting the A1222 Plus?
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@interrogative
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If the devs can get Aladdin4D or Lightwave running (even if slowly running), I'd be more likely to consider it.


A-EON own Aladdin4D so there is at least hope that ther'll be an SPE version if they port it to OS4.

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Re: compositing engine technical talks
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@kas1eQuote:
Then question arise why it didn't done for example on MorphOS, or they simply do use when need it necessary Radeon's hardware features without praising it like "engine" , and not provide 3d party users with such easy APIs ?

MorphOS has included it's own compositing engine called layers3D since 2.0, which was released a few months before OS4.1.

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Re: List of where to buy AmigaOS 4.x systems
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@PixelHiQuote:
Considering issues owners of AmigaOS have with easy solutions (closed) would be better. It's not like giving me a choice of gpu created any speed improvement, from Radeon 5450 to rx550 speed graphics is basically identical under AmigaOS and as far as 3D can't tell any difference, since Sam460 limitations will cripple any GPU. It could probably have Radeon 9250 and would work similar.


An HD6450 obliterates a 9250 in compositing on a Sam Flex @ 733Mhz.

http://blog.a-eon.biz/blog/index.php/ ... eturning-to-middle-earth/

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Re: X5000 power management
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The screenblanker preferences are in the prefs drawer on the workbench partition. Under the "Timing" tab you can enter your own values or disable the features you don't want.

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Re: power managment and gfx cards discussion
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@Hans

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Are these results from an emulated Pegasos II + SM502?


I think it's fair to say yes.

http://amiga-news.de/en/news/AN-2023-03-00113-EN.html

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Re: power managment and gfx cards discussion
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@kas1e

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And i also curious what is SensorMaster library for, is it of any use anywhere ?


It's an API for reading values from hardwares sensors. The library is part of Enhancer 2. I remember Matthew telling me some years ago that it was intended for this kind of thing but it looks like not much was done so far in terms of using it so far.

There's no entry on the wiki but I've found there is some documentation in the Enhancer 2 SDK folder. It's aimed at programmers (something I'm not) so I can't tell you how useful it is but it might be worth your while poking around in it

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Yeah, it looks fine, and free of dust. I think gfx card just over hot in 2 years of usage with not so fast fan spinning.


Another thing could that the thermal paste under the heat sink has deteriorated and needs fresh paste to be applied.

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Re: power managment and gfx cards discussion
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@Kas1e

I have an MSI RX560 in my Windows system. I stressed the card using 3D Mark 11 while GPU-Z ran in the background recording the maximum sensor readings. Even when the card hit 74°C the fan still only runs at 40%. With the card idling and the GPU and memory clock throttled back, the temp is 39°C with the fan at 19%. If we could display this data in OS4 we could make comparisons to see if the fans run at the optimum speed.

Stupid question but have you checked the 560 is free of dust in the heatsink assembly.

@Hans

Are there any plans to read and display data from video card sensors using SensorMaster library?

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Re: AmigaOne G3-SE DMA-fix instructions
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USB is a separate fix due to a production error on the board. IIRC there were resisters in the circuitry where there should have been capacitors. Hopefully it's not too difficult to track down the exact details of the fix. I belive that using powered USB hub can solve the issue.

I saw in another thread that you plan to test PCIe cards in this machine. It's better to avoid the DMA fix if this is the case since you have to sacrifice the IDE DMA and USB to get a video card to function in one of the 33Mhz slot.
To work around the ethernet freezing you can either disable the IDE DMA or get a Silicon Image SIL 0680 IDE card which does not have a DMA conflict with the onboard ethernet. you probably won't be able find one new now but used cards are cheap and readily available on Ebay.

In case you aren't aware there is also an onboard audio driver on OS4 Depot.

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Re: My Amiga Projects
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@TheMagicSN

Heretic II will be very welcome. I never got to play the game all the way through for various reasons.

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