Amiga Hardware Database Expansion cards



Apollo 1240 & 1260 (Winner 1240) Photo Software
AIBB
Company
ACT Elektronik, Germany
 Date
1997
 Amiga
A1200
 Interface
trapdoor slot
 Autoconfig ID
8738 / 35
    processor
  • 68040 @ 25 / 33 / 40 MHz or 68060 @ 50 / 66 / 75 MHz, PGA
    • the 66 MHz 68060 is an overclocked 50 or 60 MHz one
    • the 75 MHz 68060 has no FPU (68LC060)
    memory
  • one 72 pin SIMM socket accept 32 MB
  • supports 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 MB SIMMs
  • accepts FastPage and EDO RAM
  • optional extra SIMM socket gives up to 64 MB RAM - requires a towered A1200
  • burst RAM access
  • only single sided SIMMs fit correctly
  • memory disable jumper
  • does not conflict with the PCMCIA port at any SIMM size
    optional non-DMA SCSI 2 controller (Photo)
  • allows autoboot and supports RDB
  • SCSI autoboot disable jumper
  • external DB25 connector
  • optional internal SCSI header
    notes
  • no 68020 fallback mode
  • the CPU faces up on the board - it gets hot
  • battery backed up clock

    Photo
    ACT Elektronik Apollo 1240 & 1260 (Winner 1240) -  front side
    front side

    ACT Elektronik Apollo 1240 & 1260 (Winner 1240) -  front side
    front side

    ACT Elektronik Apollo 1240 & 1260 (Winner 1240) -  front side
    front side

    ACT Elektronik Apollo 1240 & 1260 (Winner 1240) -  back side
    back side

    ACT Elektronik Apollo 1240 & 1260 (Winner 1240) -  back side
    back side




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