Amiga Hardware Database Expansion cards



CyberStorm Manual Photo Software
SysSpeedAIBB
Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
 Date
1994,1995
 Amiga
A4000
 Interface
CPU slot
 Autoconfig ID
8512 / 11,12
    processor
  • 68040 @ 40 MHz (1994) or 68060 @ 50 MHz (1995)
    modular design
  • carrier board
    • holds the CPU-, memory-, SCSI- or I/O boards
    • two ROM sockets for the motherboard ROMs
  • CPU board
    • holds the CPU and the optional 2nd level cache
    • only this board has to be replaced in order to use an other CPU
    • max. clock speed is 80 MHz
  • memory board
    • four 72 pin SIMM sockets can accept 128 MB RAM
    • supports 4, 8, 16, 32 MB SIMMs
    • burst RAM access
    • mounted vertically on the carrier board
  • optional 512 kB 2nd level cache module
  • optional Fast SCSI 2 board
    • FAS216 controller IC
    • transfer speed: 7 MB/s asynchronous, 10 MB/s synchronous
    • 50 pin internal header
    • MiniDB50 external connector
    • active bus termination
    • SCSI Direct compatible
    • supported by Linux and NetBSD
  • optional I/O board
    • Fast SCSI 2 with the same specs as above
    • 10BaseT Ethernet port, 10 MB/s
    • RS232 serial port, 2 MBaud/s
    notes
  • may not work with the Retina Z3 graphics board
  • cannot map the ROM into fast RAM

    Photo
    Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm - Assembled expansion front side
    Assembled expansion, front side

    Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm - Board with components front side
    Board with components, front side

    Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm - CyberSCSI  module front side
    CyberSCSI module, front side

    Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm - Assembled expansion with CyberSCSI  front side
    Assembled expansion with CyberSCSI, front side

    Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm - Assembled expansion with CyberSCSI  back side
    Assembled expansion with CyberSCSI, back side




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