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Old 02-21-2010, 01:14 PM   #9
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Default Re: What is the real power of Akiko chip in cd32 ?

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If I understand this correctly, Akiko was the C2P equivalent of the FPU?
Do you mean the memory mapped mode w/ a 68000? That really is very similar. Sadly Akiko needs to be fed by the CPU and therefore somewhat thwarts the usual Amiga chip design of smart and efficient chips. But as mentioned earlier, the gate budget was very limited.

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