These settings let you set up how much memory you will allocate (steal) from Windows.
With these 5 trackbars you are able to control the settings for the RAM for your emulated Amiga, and what types of memory to emulate. If you select more RAM than your Computer has, Windows will swap the content of the "memory" to the harddisk which is very slow.
- Chip RAM is for the Amiga's custom chip especially used by graphics and sound to store images and sound information when using OCS, ECS or AGA modes. On a real Amiga, 2MB is the maximum but you can have upto 8MB with WinUAE!
- Fast RAM is used by the Amiga's Processor. Its called Fast RAM for two reasons, one is that the processor does not have to share this ram with the custom chip set and the memory chips tend to be faster as well. You can specify upto 8MB of Fast RAM.
- Slow RAM is similar to Fast RAM, but due to its connection via the Trapdoor of an A500 or via PCMCIA cards, it was slower than using Fast RAM. Only use this if certain games accepted this than Fast RAM.
- Z3-Fast is similar to Fast RAM but supplied via the Zorro 3 slots on big box Amigas. You can have upto 1GB (up from 256MB) of this RAM!
- 32-bit Chip is a new option from v2.20 where you can select None, 16, 32 64, 12,8 256, 512 Mb or 1GB of Chip RAM.
- Autoconfig Fast RAM for Fast RAM than can be detected by autoconfiguration.
A3000/A4000 Advanced Memory Settings
- Motherboard Fast RAM - 0 to 64 MB fitted to the motherboard.
- Processor Slot Fast RAM - 0 to 64 MB fitted to a board in processor slot.
- Second Z2 Fast RAM board - select
0 to 64 MB on a second Zorro 2 RAM board.
- Autoconfig Z2 Fast RAM. Enable autoconfiguring Zorro 2 fast RAM
- Z3 mapping mode. Select Automatic, UAE or real Zorro 3 mapping mode.
Accelerator board selection. Select a Blizzard, Cyberstorm, Macrosystem, Commodore, DKB, RCS Management, ACT, GVP or Kupke board.
Accelerator board memory. Select RAM from 0 to 256 MB RAM for board.
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