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M-Tec 68030 added in my trusty old pal
M-Tec 68030 added in my trusty old pal
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Description: Not an operation for a person with clumpsy or trembling hands.
Finally got it in place after almost tearing all of my hair off!
Anyone know the exact clockspeed on this model? some websites say 14mhz and others 28mhz.

/J-J :roflmao:  :juggler:
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Posted by: Amigaz at March 24, 2004, 09:43:31 PM

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Comments (4)

rkauer
Posts:3263
December 17, 2007, 02:38:27 AM
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@Merc said:
 think the Mtec 030's were 25 MHz. I had the 020 version and it was 14...


 The M-Tec 030 was only 14 MHz thanks to a very poor board design... :-(
darksun9210
Posts:1308
September 20, 2006, 06:11:29 PM
i had the 020 version too.
i sent it back when it wouldn't fit with my 2Mb chipram agnus upgrade.
never was sure if that was the right choice at the time...
Argus
Posts:942
January 30, 2006, 12:36:01 PM
You need the MTec AT500 sidecard controller with this card.
Merc
Posts:312
April 03, 2004, 09:09:41 PM
I think the Mtec 030's were 25 MHz.  I had the 020 version and it was 14.  And yes, I also had a really hard time getting it installed...  I must have spent a good 1/2 hour trying to get it inserted into the 68000 socket, with all the pins in the right place ;)
It was worth it though, the first thing I did after I got it going was play some Gloom ECS ;)
I soon was less excited though, when I installed fast RAM onto it, and my A590 hard drive stopped working... :-x


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