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A1K-replacementboard (gb97816) update
A1K-replacementboard (gb97816) update
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Description: Georg Braun (gb97816) released an updated version of his selfmade A1000 mainboard.
The latest version includes an extra extra adressline on the PLD for further 32 memory-expansions.
On the upper left side (under the DIN-VGA-Output) you can see a internal connector to feed in a vga-signal from a "undone" internal graphiccard.

Other (allready known) features:
68030/68EC030 @ 50 MHz support
68881/68882 @ 50 MHz support
(successful tested with up to 60MHz !!)
8MB 32 bit fastmem / 0 waitstaits
ECS-Agnus with 2MB ChipMem
1MB flashmemory for drivers and addons
internal ZorroII connector

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Georg on A1K.org.
To open an account on a1k click < here > and read the full thread from beginning until now < here >.

Most of us a writing in german, but we could "try" it in english.
And international visitors are allways welcome.  ;-)
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Posted by: Ratte at May 19, 2008, 07:58:52 PM

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Comments (5)

August 04, 2008, 06:29:01 PM
This is without a doubt one of the nicest and most welcome boards I ever got to see. I do not believe the lack of AGA is an issue, as long as Zorro2 card can be used for a 24 bit graphics card. Perhaps I could fit it into my new Multi-OS case. Would be nice. Steve
May 20, 2008, 06:38:00 AM
Very nice!  I would LOVE an AGA version, but this one would do nicely!

English translated version:

May 20, 2008, 06:29:45 AM
Absolutely fantastic, it looks super!

May 20, 2008, 03:00:44 AM
Did Georg release updated Eagle files as well for the new version?
May 20, 2008, 12:17:09 AM
The only thing missing is AGA . . . Of course if it had AGA I would have to relieve you of it . . .  :-P    The A1000 was my first computer love . . .   Before the A1000 computers were just tools . :-D    How much $$$ for one?

Any chance of an AGA model?  

The site looks like fun, but I don't speak German.  So, you can keep me posted on the A1000 front . . .  :-D

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