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Re: Guide for New A1222 Users
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€1,600? Seeing how AmigaKit and A-EON seem to be doing their best to let their so called "Early Adopters" be the last ones to know what the rest of the world already seem to know - do you have a credible source for this, or is it just pure speculation on your part?

Are you an early adopter? If yes, then I would suggest you email AAA Technologies and inquire about cost and availability to get real information. If not, then I'm sure there will be real information out when the boards are available.

Once again I'll repeat that AmigaKit and A-EON aren't the ones to contact about obtaining an A1222 system. AAA Technologies is the one selling them and they actually set the final price for the systems. Early adopters do get a discount.

I have contacted AAA Technologies a few times now as an Early Adopter and I can say they have been very responsive to all my emails. I'll also say that I have already purchased an A1222 bare board with extra ram (8G) and it was significantly below 1,600 euro even with shipping from France to the U.S. I don't know what a full system would cost, and of course I don't have to pay VAT being in the U.S. but that's what I do know first hand.

My suggestion for anyone who is serious about wanting to know about the A1222, is to contact AAA Technologies via email, early adopter or not.

It is more expensive than I had hopped but I think is is a better value than the SAM460, even if a bit more expensive. I also really wanted the small form factor.

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Re: Guide for New A1222 Users
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€1,600? Seeing how AmigaKit and A-EON seem to be doing their best to let their so called "Early Adopters" be the last ones to know what the rest of the world already seem to know - do you have a credible source for this, or is it just pure speculation on your part?


Yes, you can find the price on the top of the Facebook-page of AAA Technology:

https://www.facebook.com/aaatechnologysarl/

There it says €1599 if you pre-order. The price is without shipping. It is for a full system though. If you buy only the motherboard, it is €1199.

You can also find this information at amiga-news.de:

https://www.amiga-news.de/en/news/AN-2023-10-00031-EN.html

The user Bigmac posted a mail from AAA Technology here on Amigans.net informing that the price for early adopters is €1089 for the motherboard:

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It concerns early adopters!
After a prolonged period of anticipation, we are thrilled to announce that
the Amiga A1222 project has come to fruition ! We are reaching out to our
Early Adopter customers with an exclusive offer for the A1222 Plus
motherboard. This offer includes a full digital AmigaOS 4.1 license, the
latest Enhancer v2.2 update from A-EON Technology, and a complete system
recovery USB stick.

To recap, the A1222 Plus motherboard boasts the following features:

⦁ P1022 1.2GHz Dual Core processor (utilizing one core under OS4 and both
cores under Linux)
⦁ SoDDR3 1600MHz memory slot (supporting a maximum of 8GB)
⦁ MicroSD card slot for UBoot software MicroSD card
⦁ PCI Express x16 slot for Radeon RX5xx gfx card
⦁ DVI port video output (not recommended for OS4)
⦁ Gigabit Ethernet LAN port (X2)
⦁ Audio output port
⦁ Serial output port (for debugging)
⦁ Two USB2 ports on the backpanel
⦁ Two internal USB2 on motherboard

The standard end customer price is 1,199.00 euros, but as an Early Adopter
customer, we are pleased to offer it to you at the special price of 1 089,00
euros which includes Luxembourg VAT. For customers residing outside of
Europe or VAT-registered companies the price is reduced to 938,79 euros !
N.B. : Shipping costs and Paypal costs are NOT included in this price !


Source: https://www.amigans.net/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=9392

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Re: Guide for New A1222 Users
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For customers residing outside of
Europe or VAT-registered companies the price is reduced to 938,79 euros !

As an early adopter in the U.S., I can verify that this is what I paid for the A1222 board. It includes 4G RAM, AmigaOS4.1, Enhanncer v2.2 and a USB recovery stick.

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Re: Guide for New A1222 Users
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They should have shipped it with Linux long ago and the price would have been in line with their estimations.

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Re: Guide for New A1222 Users
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@thread

Looks like the page is now up to order the A1222+ motherboard at EUR1199 (including VAT). For US customers, or any country outside the EU, the price should be less.

http://amigakit.fr/?lang=en&pid=3&page=full

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Yes, but they are still not completely done. So, have a little patience.

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The shop now says that there is no stock left? Sold out?

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No, AmigaKit FR is getting ready for general sale. First stock arriving is for Early Adopters very shortly. A date for non-early adopters will be added to the webstore in the next week or so.

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No, AmigaKit FR is getting ready for general sale. First stock arriving is for Early Adopters very shortly. A date for non-early adopters will be added to the webstore in the next week or so.


Thanks for the update and information, AmigaKit!

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Oh? Since Discord is closed off / propriety software that the owners seemingly refuse to port to AmigaOS, it's certainly is an odd platform for A-EON to make announcements on. Would you please mind quoting their post in this thread, so that everyone can read what they have to say?

This gave me a chuckle I'll go back to the shadows now to observe.

This is just like television, only you can see much further.
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It maybe intresting to add to your guide what is the best 3D card that the A1222 cpu can handle and for each card tell if they play fluidly movies and at which resolution.

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Any of the RadeonRX cards will do nicely. Unfortunately I don't have more than one to test, but perhaps Trevor or others can contribute information. We could compare FPS numbers with some games.

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I think that @Hans may tell us more as he is the developer of the GFX drivers.

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I will make some tests, but it takes some time, I will play with everything.
As eliyahu wrote on his pages, all SPE compilled, and most of Warp3D Nova are very fast.

For example just tested A1222+ + RX 580: Tower 57 SPE = 71 FPS.
My AmigaOne X1000 + HD7970 has 99 FPS and Powermac G5 2.7 GHz + Radeon 9800 Pro = 65-74 FPS ( according to Trevor's blog )

So if you will wait long enough, I will wrote some article. But first I made some technical comparison of P1022 and AMCC 460ex CPUs.

Also, regarding the card question, very probably is best RX 580. But it is a little overkill for A1222, it has 185 W max . Maybe is more wise some compromise like RX 550 - 50 W or RX 560 - 75 W.

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For all those who are also interested in trying Linux:

Overview: Linux for Sam and A1222-Plus boards
https://www.amiga-news.de/en/news/AN-2024-03-00104-EN.html

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Re: Guide for New A1222 Users
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Interesting reading, thanks for sharing.
I will try for sure.

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