calimero wrote:ctirad wrote:calimero wrote:That is pity, the A3000 is the best Amiga ever made. It has SCSI, built in VGA scandoubler and stylish case. The A4000 is more like A1200 with a accelerator in ugly 286 like case. Still both machines are based around the same chipset as the A500+/A1200 as Commodore newer developed a new chipset for its highend machines.
That exactly Dave Haynie said!
please check youtube video that I put in my previous post!
A4000t also has SCSI built in, using the fastest SCSI chip available at that time, I think I got about 10-20Mb/sec on my A4000t with 2GB SCSI2 f/w.. Another thing that seems to "not count" is that the Amiga's are probably the most expandable computers that ever existed.
I needed RTG graphics nand real chunky mode for productivity speed and resolution, so I fitted a EGS 23 Spectrum graphic card in one of the seven Zorro III ports, 1600x1280 resolution. I wanted to play games on my VGA monitor, so I fitted a flicker fixer in one of the video slots (flicker fixer using the same chip as on the mainboard flicker fixer in the A3000. I wanted video and 16 bit sound, so I fitted a board for that in the other video slot, the output was true the normal Amiga outputs for sound and video. I used to play music on the desktop while working, using .mp2 music files with 16 bit output true the Amiga sound output, as the card decoded layer II without CPU time.
I will say, for me, the expand-ability of the Amiga made the big difference.