Apollo team is happy to announce the immediate availability of the Gold 2.9 core for all Vampires 500, 500+ and 600. The Gold 2.9 core has many improvements. Some of the other extras included in Gold 2.9 are better support for fast Power-OFF/ON of the Amiga, FPU speed up, and much more. The Apollo is an affordable accelerator board product line for Commodore Amiga Classic. It uses the Apollo core which is a code compatible Motorola M68K and ColdFire processor but is 3 to 4 time faster than the fastest 68060. It also brings Amiga Classic near to Amiga NG by bringing video through HDMI with millions of colours.
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