Amiga Hardware Database Expansion cards



Professional 3000 & 3500 Photo Software
SysSpeedAIBB
Company
Harms Computertechnik, Germany
 Date
1991
 Amiga
A2000
 Interface
CPU slot
 Autoconfig ID
2560 / 208
    processor
  • 68030 14.3 - 40 MHz, PGA
  • optional PGA FPU up to 68882 @ 60 MHz
  • the CPU and FPU can be clocked separately, either synchronously at 14.3 or 28.5 MHz, or asynchronously by installing oscillators
    memory
  • 32 ZIP sockets accept up to 16 MB RAM
  • Professional 3000:
    • accepts 256k×4 or 1M×4 ZIPs in groups of 16
    • possible configurations are 2, 4, 8 or 16 MB
  • Professional 3500:
    • accepts only 1M×4 ZIPs in groups of 8
    • possible configurations are 4, 8, 12 or 16 MB
  • only 4 or 8 MB is autoconfigured from the total 8 or 16 MB
  • autoconfigured memory supports DMA
  • jumper selectable 0 or 1 waitstate
  • memory autoconfig disable jumper - allows mapping all the memory outside the Zorro II memory space
    notes
  • 68000 fallback mode - can be enabled in the bootmenu by pressing both mouse buttons at startup
  • compatibility jumper for A2000-A
  • in A2000-A, the 68000 processor has to be removed (no fallback mode)

    Photo
    Harms Computertechnik Professional 3000 & 3500 -  front side
    front side

    Harms Computertechnik Professional 3000 & 3500 -  front side
    front side

    Harms Computertechnik Professional 3000 & 3500 -  back side
    back side

    Harms Computertechnik Professional 3000 & 3500 -  back side
    back side




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