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FPGA Arcade site updated: Replay – ready to ship

June 27th, 2013 No comments

It’s been six long years of Design and Testing of the FPGA Arcade Replay Board and now finally is available for purchase.

Price is 199 Euro for the version without composite/SVHS output, 229 Euro with.

FPGA Arcade Replay features:

  • Very large FPGA with high IO pin count for expansion.64 MByte of DDR memory.
  • Six layer PCB for high performance and stability.
  • 24 bit HD DAC with DVI / HDMI / VGA and legacy 15K monitor support.
  • Video line buffer / filter for highest quality output.
  • 24 bit / 192KHz audio DAC.
  • Flexible clock generator.
  • Small board size, fits in standard itx/atx case.
  • Lots of expansion for custom daughterboards or IO adapters (JAMMA for arcade cab use).
  • Optional dual host USB with dedicated CPU for low latency.
  • Daughterboard with Ethernet, fast USB and optional 68060 processor being designed.
  • Designed from the ground up to support multiple platforms (Amiga, Atari and others)

source: fpgaarcade.com

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FPGA Arcade site updated: new PCB and ATX adapter board

June 25th, 2011 No comments

This site is about recreating gaming hardware from the past in modern programmable devices, known as FPGAs.

source: fpgaarcade.com

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FPGA Arcade site updated: Amiga AGA workbench Demo

April 14th, 2011 No comments

This site is about recreating gaming hardware from the past in modern programmable devices, known as FPGAs.

source: fpgaarcade.com

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FPGA Arcade site updated: boards shipped to beta testers

March 12th, 2011 No comments

This site is about recreating gaming hardware from the past in modern programmable devices, known as FPGAs.

source: fpgaarcade.com

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FPGA Arcade site updated

November 22nd, 2010 No comments

This site is about recreating gaming hardware from the past in modern programmable devices, known as FPGAs.

source: fpgaarcade.com

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FPGA Arcade site updated

November 21st, 2009 No comments

This site is about recreating gaming hardware from the past in modern programmable devices, known as FPGAs.

source: fpgaarcade.com

Categories: Hardware, News & Rumors, Today