Amiga Hardware Database Expansion cards



Turbo CD Manual Photo
Company
W.A.W. Elektronik, Germany
 Date
1994
 Amiga
CDTV
 Interface
68000 socket
 
    processor
  • 68020 @ 14.28 MHz PGA, clocked synchronously with the motherboard
  • optional PGA FPU, from 68881 @ 14.28 MHz (synchronous) to 68882 @ 50 MHz (asynchronous, with separate oscillator)
    notes
  • provides no memory expansion but it is shaped to fit around all other W.A.W. products including the BigRAM CD RAM expansions
  • connects to the 68000 socket, the 68000 is replaced onto the board
  • fast Kickstart ROM access
  • a wire has to be connected to Gary chip (pin 26)
  • processor cache disable jumper
  • for BigRAM CD8 compatibility, a GAL (supplied) has to be exchanged on the CD8
  • on some motherboard revisions, BigRAM CD8 and Turbo CD have to be connected by soldering a wire in order to have all Fast RAM of the CD8 available
  • 68000 fallback mode, can be set by jumper

    Photo
    W.A.W. Elektronik Turbo CD -  front side
    front side

    W.A.W. Elektronik Turbo CD -  back side
    back side




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