Last weekend I spent a weekend in London. We visited the Science Museum and I was really surprised to see an Atari ST in this museum! Have a look at the picture 8) atari_in_science_museum.jpg This is past of "Revealing histories of electronic music" exhibition: http://www.sciencemuseum.org...
Doug, I'm impressed. Have been following this thread from the start and it seemed to me as a hell of a ride. Take a breath and look back at what you achieved! Looking forward to a binary to try out myself
For me only two projects are interesting; Netusbee build by Lotharek and SainT's HDMI-out. Main reason is these two solutions are adding functionalities for me that are useful. Projects like graphics cards and accelerators are nice to have, but often break compatibility with existing software.
My CT63 is in an original Falcon case. Stock heatsink + cooler like I got it from Rodolphe. Running at 95MHz normally, sometimes at 103MHz to see if demos or adapted games get any benfits from increased clockspeed. Everything above 103MHz is unstable.
If I run the latest mikro build from his site ( http://mikro.naprvyraz.sk/files/aq-103.zip ) on my Falcon CT63 @95MHz with 512MB SDRAM with ID's shareware pak file (timedemo demo1), my outcome is: 969 frames / 82.2 seconds / 11.8fps When I try to run Quake with dml's TTP it doesn't start and states:...
Received mine today as well. Neatly packaged, but have to try it somewhere over the weekend. Also still need to build alanh's TOS/IDE Doubler interface into a suitable MegaSTE. The first one I opened had an AT-Speed C16 build in I didn't know about
Maybe looking at the screenshot it looks like a bootselector, but it is not. I've attached the program to this message and in the archive there's also STARTGEM. This program enables TOS <1.04 users to autostart ST Whiz from the AUTO folder.