Amiga Hardware Database Expansion cards



Mega-Midget Racer Manual Photo Software
Company
Computer System Associates, USA
 Date
1990
 Amiga
A500, A1000, A2000
 Interface
68000 socket
 
    processor
  • 68EC030 @ 25 / 33 MHz or 68030 @ 16 / 20 / 25 / 33 / 38 MHz, PGA
  • optional 68882 PGA FPU, up to 50 MHz
    memory
  • optional 512 kB SRAM
    • much faster (and more expensive) than DRAM
    • four sockets for 128 kB SRAMs
    • can be used for Kickstart remapping
  • optional DIP DRAM expansion module (Mega-Memory 2130)
    • 16 DIP sockets accept 0.5 - 8 MB RAM
    • supports 256k×4 and 1M×4 DIPs, 60 - 100 ns
    • if installed in an A2000 the board overhangs the video slot
  • optional ZIP DRAM expansion module (Mega-Memory 2150)
    • 16 ZIPs soldered on board
    • uses 256k×4 or 1M×4 ZIPs, 60 - 100 ns
    • does not protrude over the video slot
  • the memory does not autoconfig, it needs software
  • does not support DMA to its 32 bit memory
    notes
  • connects to the 68000 socket, the 68000 is replaced onto the board
  • 68000 fallback mode




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