joska wrote:There is no Afterburner in this poll...
I notice that you both have AfterBurner and 4 MB of ST-Ram. Is it possible to have 14MB of ST-Ram with AB?
calimero wrote:I notice that you both have AfterBurner and 4 MB of ST-Ram. Is it possible to have 14MB of ST-Ram with AB?
joska wrote:You can. But I have a graphics card, like Rodolphe and every other AB owner I know. And only the Eclipse can work with 14Mb ST-RAM. Also, why bother when you have 64Mb fast-RAM So I think most AB-owners will have "only" 4Mb ST-RAM.
simonsunnyboy wrote:14MB stock Falcon with FPU here but I'd always try to target a 4MB stock Falcon anyway. There must be a classic memory limit challenge left
Dal wrote:Put the closest to my config. I have phantom and CT63 installed.
exxos wrote:I had a nemesis for a while, but took it out soon after as "back in the day" I was getting reports of it killing Falcons. I never found out exactly what blew, but I took mine out to be on the safe side. I never got it to run stable at 24mhz, though it seemed ok at 20mhz. Even so, I brought my falcon brand new at the time and didn't want to risk killing it.
exxos wrote:I think Nemesis got installed on a lot of machines, no doubt there are still ones running today. Though I never found out why the boards stopped working. Even when put back to a stock machine they refused to work. Problems always seemed to be after it has been installed for a few months of otherwise working fine. I have a feeling there was some regulators on the falcon which would blow when stressed for a while, though never had a duff falcon to diagnose the problem. It could be some variations of the falcon which do not work well with Nemesis. It could be anything really.
exxos wrote:I liked being able to run in 20mhz, though on the games I used to play, the video was always messed up, so I had to run in stock 16mhz anyway. For me overall, it was a bit pointless having a faster speed. I have a CT60 now anyway
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