Raven. A homemade Atari-like computer

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Oldskool
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Re: Raven. A homemade Atari-like computer

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You can always get the even more crappy et4k for 40-80 euro :D
Which is rather OKish at the end prob..
But if you want the best you pay premium.
Processor is the same 060lc = 60, 060 full 100 mhz stable = 600 or so….
peters
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Re: Raven. A homemade Atari-like computer

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agranlund wrote: Tue Jun 04, 2024 4:56 pm
peters wrote: Tue Jun 04, 2024 4:32 pm What clock speed are you using ?

My Milan060 runs at 30/60MHz with just a heatsink.
I've been running it at 48/96mhz so far with just heatsink but I figure it can't hurt blowing some air on it too.
Going to throw in some more oscillators next time I order from Mouser. Should be interesting to see if it wants to go faster.
96MHz Very nice, a fan is probably a good idea.

My Milan won't even work at 33/66 due to the little 74*CT157 chips under the processor.
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Oldskool wrote: Wed Jun 05, 2024 9:20 am Was wondering if the picogus worked on the Raven.😀
I hasn’t turned up yet but it looks like it just left customs so it should arrive any day now. Looking forward to it!
The creator seem quite active so I think that card is going to keep getting more features over time too.
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I just came across https://github.com/jasonsbeer/AmigaPCI, an interesting project with some parallels to the Raven. It may be possible to port emuTOS to it in the future.
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It seems to be in a prototype stage, it wasn't even booting Kickstart until recently: https://github.com/jasonsbeer/AmigaPCI/ ... estones.md
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Re: Raven. A homemade Atari-like computer

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Wow, that AmigaPCI project is impressive, super cool!
It's a more advanced project than Raven for sure.
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So many amazing project going on at the moment.
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A new challenger approaching! :)
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Yay !

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All the things are now living here:

https://github.com/agranlund/raven

I want to stress again that this is not a product. It comes with no guarantees or promise of support. Very much DIY and work in progress.
For something fast, more mature, and pretty well supported that more or less just works you'd more likely be happier with a Vampire or CT60.
This thing never really intended to compete with those, or anything really.
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