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Vesalia Computer
Amiga and Retro Computing Retailer and Distributor
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Amiga Future issue 125
(March/April 2017)

Previews:
Playfield

Reviews:
Easter Egg, Lords of Doom, Boxx3, Tunnels and Trolls, Bubble Ghost, CD32 X-Men: Mind Games, AmigaOS 4.1 FE Update 1, SDK Browser 2.1, Amiga 1200 Cases, MuiBase

Specials:
Trevors Soapbox, Classic Reflection: Commodore UK part 2, Demo Scene

Workshops:
Amiga WHDLoad Maschine part 2, Blitz Basic part 4

Misc:
Interview ignition, Interview Anachronia, Editorial, Table of Contents, News, Imprint, Cover CD Contents, Letters to the Editor 

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In stock:
Raspberry Pi Zero

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Preview:
#Amiga Future issue 124
(January/February 2017)


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New in stock:
Nordic Replay for the Commodore 64
 
#commodore #c64  

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#Amiga Future issue 123 has been released:

Previews:
Playfield, Alarcity, Tower 57

Reviews:
Reshoot, Tales of Gorluth 2, Synergy, Giana Sisters S.E., OS4 Depot games, Infection, Amibian, FryingPan

Specials:
Trevors Soapbox, Classic Reflection: Eyetech Group Teil 2, Demo Scene

Workshops:
Kochen für Einsteiger, Blitz Basic Teil 2

Show Reports:
Gamescom 2016, Classic Computing 2016, Commodore Expo Las Vegas 2016, Evoke 2016

Misc:
Interview Amiga Waves, Editorial, Contents, News, Imprint, Contents Cover CD, Letters to the Editor

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Preview:
#Amiga Future 123 (November/December 2016)

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Amiga Racer Collector's Edition "Elite"
for AmigaOS 4, MorphOS, Linux, Mac OS X, Windows und Raspberry Pi

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Projekt: Lila "Limited Edition" CD-ROM is now available for
Amiga (68020+), CD32, and the indieGO! console. (PCs running AROS, Linux, Mac OS X or Windows, PPC computers running AmigaOS 4, MorphOS, Linux or Mac OS X coming later via download.)

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In stock:

ACA-1233n
68030-based Accelerator Card for Amiga 1200

This accelerator comes with an 68030 processor (incl. MMU) in gold/ceramic packaging and 128 MBytes of physical memory, 1 MByte of which is being reserved for Kickstart re-mapping.

The ACA-1233n comes with a number of improvements over its predecessor ACA-1233. Although clocked at the same speed, performance has been improved in almost every aspect.

The ACA-1233 boards have much faster memory performance than any accelerator before - especially with cache and burst enabled. That's because the burst sequence is the fastest-possible sequence that the 68030 can perform: It's a sequence of four 32-bit transfers in four CPU cycles, which has not been shown before the introduction of the ACA-1230 in 2010. The result is outstanding performance, even in comparison with other 68030-based accelerators at higher clock rates.

The ACA-1233n is PCMCIA-friendly: It will not disable the PCMCIA slot, so you can continue to use a networking card in that slot.

New Features:
- memory auto-configuration
- dynamic clocking for power-saving
- card enable/disable in software
- memory available to onboard CPU if accelerator is switched off
- faster clockport for RapidRoad yields a 55% speed increase
- new software compatibility settings
- improved A1200 compatibility
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