The Commodore Amiga 1200 is a fantastic computer system, sadly enough many OCS/ECS games don’t run very well and have incompatibility issues. With ‘Amiga 1200 degrader’ you can solve many of these problems and run many Amiga 500 games and programs with ease. The Enhanced Chip Set (ECS) is the second generation of the Amiga computer’s chipset, offering minor improvements over the original chipset (OCS) design. ECS was introduced in 1990 with the launch of the Amiga 3000. Amigas produced from 1990 onwards featured a mix of OCS and ECS chips, such as later versions of the Amiga 500 and the Commodore CDTV. Other ECS models were the Amiga 500+ in 1991 and lastly the Amiga 600 in 1992.

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