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Offline desiv

Re: Natami 3D-artist Interview
« Reply #45 on: December 21, 2009, 07:52:42 PM »
Quote from: SamuraiCrow;534750
Why does everyone assume that the FPGA cores are the limitation for the Natami?  The '050 core and Robin core and Tami core aren't even required for a release.  They can release an '060-based experimental Natami today if they had the hardware working right.

Got it!  The limitation isn't the cores!  thanx!
What is it then?

 
Quote from: SamuraiCrow;534750
The limitation is that all of those cores that I just mentioned are tested in simulators rather than actual hardware.

Oh, so its the cores..  um..  er..  eh...  but .. I thought.. um...
:confused::confused::confused:

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Offline SamuraiCrow

Re: Natami 3D-artist Interview
« Reply #46 on: December 22, 2009, 05:37:04 PM »
I was just restating the fact that the hardware isn't available yet.  They need available hardware to be able to do the testing.
 

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Re: Natami 3D-artist Interview
« Reply #47 on: January 08, 2010, 11:18:30 PM »
the way I look at it is this:

If the natami materializes and its totally awesome, I win, because I can buy one, and it'll be totally awesome

If it materializes and it isn't awesome, it'll still be an amiga that can be bought, so at least its cool.

If it never materializes.. well, I didnt pay anyone any money, so what did I lose?


Im always amazed at the willingness of computer geeks to be so staunchly anti-technology and anti-tinkering. If some dudes in a basement kitbash something cool, then that's cool for all of us.