02 Jan 2020 12:58
|james leadbeater wrote:|
feels to me like you only give a shit about the Vampire 4!
Yes, its current product, needs a lot of core development,
alike it was in early V2 days.
V2 core can just be fixed and small feature added
and once gold3 core is ready, given. But its FPGA is full and this is about it. And not bad at all.
Way more mature product then V4 in current shape. But V4 holds future of faster CPU, more RAM, USB and LAN as standard and maybe even 3D or compatibile MMU way later.
FPGA has given us almost 19 incarnations of V2 core, advancing each time. V4 has no public downloads yet.