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NatAmi

NatAmi
Developer: Thomas Hirsch

NatAmi, or "Native Amiga" to give it's full title, is the second FPGA-based Amiga clone to be announced. The purpose of the project is to recreate a "smart and reliable computer which can... compete with current established systems." The developer aims to achieve the goal by implementing all of the features features documented in the Amiga Hardware Reference Manuals.

First Prototype

Motherboard C-One
Processor MC68030 33MHz
Memory

2MB Chip memory
2MB Fast memory

ROM 512kb KickStart
Expansion

PCI
IDE
CPU Card
Floppy (HD and DD)
Mouse
Keyboard

Web Links

NatAmi Official site


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