Posts: 26 from 2015/11/28
> strange that an onboard FPGA works well on a vampire II and the mistFPGA unit ,
> but not in this situation?
I thought you were asking from a user's perspective. Of course, you can try to adapt an existing open source Amiga FPGA core to this board, or even write a new one.
> Someone even demoed the many-cores being used for openGL graphic co-processing ,
> Shame that it won't work decently in any amiga-like environment
It will if you write the necessary drivers
been thinking this one over for a day or two. I think the future works better with with a mini-ITX & arm IoT board. Stick the GPU on the mini-ITX or use eGPU. somehow make use of virtualGL or VNC
Windows 10? Think again!