CPU and FPU
These settings control the type of Motorola 680x0 CPU which will be emulated.
- 68000 is the basic CPU type, as found in the Amiga 500, 1000, and 2000 models.
- 68010 is a slightly more advanced 68K member, but never actually shipped in a real Amiga.
- 68020 is a much more advanced 68K CPU, with some new instructions, and a fully 32-bit engine. Used in the A2500 for brief period on the A2520 card. If 24 bit addressing is enabled, it is the same as th 68EC020 chip in the A1200.
- 68030 This is a mid range CPU used in the A3000 and low end A4000s.
- 68040 is the top CPU provided with the A4000 desktop computer
- 68060 is the top end CPU mainly provided on accelerator cards and the A4000T. It requires the 68060.library installed before using.
24 bit addressing is used mainly by the 68EC020 CPU such as the A1200.
More compatible is only available when the CPU type is a 68000. Some games and demos require this setting for proper compatibility.
JIT can be enabled to access the Advanced JIT settings if the 68030 or better is selected (See below).
68040 MMU enables the Memory Management Unit of the 68040 for operating systems like Linux on the Amiga. It is not compatible with JIT.
Unimplemented CPU emu emulates the full 68060 CPU (in case you forget to load Setpatch and 68040.library and 68060.library).
- None No FPU is provided, this is the only option for the 68000 and 68010.
- 68881 Can be specified with the 68020 and 68030.
- 68882 Can be specified with the 68020 and 68030.
- CPU internal Can be specified for the 68040 and 68060.
More Compatible is available if a FPU is selected. Some applications require this for proper compatibility.
Unimplemented FPU emu emulates the full 68881 FPU (in case you forget to load Setpatch and 68040.library and 68060.library).
Cycle-Exact CPU Emulation Speed
- CPU Frequency Set CPU frequency here.
PPC CPU Settings
- PPC CPU Emulation (Blizzard PPC / Cyperstorm PPC). Enables Power (PPC) CPU emulation using Blizzard PPC used on a A1200 or Cyberstorm PPC on an A4000.
The Blizzard PPC has a 68040/060 and PowerPC 603e at 160, 200 or 240MHz with upto 256 MB RAM. The Cyberstorm PPC has a 68040/060 and a PowerPC 604e at 150, 180 or 200 Mhz with upto 128MB RAM. A seperate qemu-uae.dll file in plugins folder is required for PPC emulation using QEmu.
- Stopped M68K CPU idle mode.
Sets level of idle mode for the 680x0 processor.
x86 Bridgeboard CPU options
- CPU Speed. Speed set between 0 and 100% CPU speed.
CPU Emulation Speed
- Fastest possible lets the CPU section of the emulation run as many cycles as possible, while still maintaining emulation of the custom-chips at the appropriate rate. It is important to keep sound and graphics synchronized, no matter how fast the PC is.
- Approximate A500/A1200 or cycle exact limits the CPU emulation to run the same number of cycles per vertical-blank as a standard A500 or A1200 would. In other words, for every 50Hz refresh of the graphics, the same number of CPU instructions will be executed as on a real A500 or A1200 computer.
- CPU Speed lets you tweak the balance of power between custom-chip emulation, and CPU speed. Some games and demos require this setting to be adjusted. This setting is the only CPU setting which can be changed once WinUAE is running.
CPU Idle You can adjust the idle status of the CPU with this slider. This feature can be useful on notebooks to keep the CPU cooler. See the Hints For Power Users page.
Due to the importance of the JIT engine and its complexity, it has its own page where you will find a description of its possibilities.
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