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| Vampire 500: First pictures of FPGA-accelerator board for A500/A2000|
Simo Koivukoski has published some first pictures of the Vampire accelerator board for A500/2000 at Google+. The board "will sit on place of your original CPU" or can be plugged into the CPU-slot of an Amiga 2000 using an adapter platine which is also delivered.
According to a short review from the CommVEX 2016 (Las Vegas), Jim Drew (ex Microcode Solutions, e.g. iFusion) is the "North American Rep" and presented a working Vampire 500 running, as he said, at 234 Mhz. He also said that "the Vampire 1200 would be released around Christmas".
Similar to the Vampire 600, the Vampire 500 provides a separate graphic chip, which under AmigaOS can be used as graphic board. The pricing has been set at 150 Euro. According to the official website, the board has the following features:
[News message: 10. Aug. 2016, 17:38] [Comments: 0]
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