Handmade emulated amiga 4000
- 68040 8Mb Chip 1Gb FAST + JIT
- hosted in a wonderfull X500 plus Case
- ssd 128Gb, celeron G1620 2,7GHz, 8Gb RAM
- autostarting from scratch on ubuntu server 16.04 in 20s (faster than my real A1200!)
- Amiga OS 3.9 BB4
In this video you can watch the power on and power off sequences, with amiga boucing ball everywhere, and firing fast !
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The tutorials you needAll you need to make your own DIY emulated A4000 is there :
the power adapter for my mini ATX mainboard
my celeron CPU with its first fan
the mini-ATX mainboard
an other fan+radiator test
the mainboard, the SSD and some connected cables inside the X500+ case
inside the X500+ case with the GFX Card
the X500+ case when closed
the X500+ case from an other angle
my icaros Box with my other boxes
i’ve tried Amikit but it is too slooooowww
a shot of my DIY solution for an emulated A4000 under ubuntu + fsuae – – it boots from power button in 20s! – read the article !
Other solutions for simple emulation
- Amikit 8 with Wine/WinUAE. I tried this years ago, it was the best emulation time I got, hope it is still with lovely last WinUAE versions. Now, FS-UAE is a better choice… I can confirm this.
- Happiga on a raspberry pi (a french initiative to be used with the best low cost computer, what more do you need ?)