The video a lot of you have all been waiting for! New video up! This time its the Amiga X5000 running side by side with my Amiga 600 Vampire V2. Take a look here and please subscribe!
All new video is currently being uploaded to my YouTube channel! In this video I cover removing, replacing and cleanup of an Amiga 4000 and an older Buster 09 to 11 upgrade. I also show off the process I use for ultrasonic cleaning of the board when its done and the final result. ENJOY!!!
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I was playing around on Amazon and found these amazing IDE adapters for CF cards. These are perfect for Amiga use! I’ll be ordering up a few and reviewing them once they get in. If you are interested in picking up one for youself you can find them here: https://amzn.to/2uDhICu
This was a challenge. These boards do not like giving up the old parts. It definitely put my gear to the test!
This 4000 while working somewhat after removing the clock parts and fast ram control parts (without the ability to have fast ram after) needed to be complete again. Happy to say its got fixed traces, all 16mb of fast ram and boots up nice. Still no clock circuit, but that was the owners decision.
I’ve done a quick review of the ScanPlus AGA and posted it to my YouTube channel. If you are looking for a solution to output an Amiga to a modern display, this may be it. Check it out at the link below.
I have a few more in stock since my minimum is 5 I can let a few go. I just ordered another batch as well and expect them by the end of the week. If anyone would like one they are $105 shipped to USA addresses and $110 rest of the world. This includes packing, shipping, paypal fees and the board itself. I can also supply my mouser cart with most of the stuff you need. I salvage the rest from boards I am repairing. These are USA made boards and are deep blue with gold electro plate contacts and traces.
For those wondering what it costs me to get them done I have no problem sharing that. I pay $309 per 5 boards. So I am not doing this to make a profit. I do it so others can benefit from getting a good quality board for a fair price that is tested before leaving the factory and will work if soldered correctly.