Many of you may have seen my posting about the AmyITX I was putting together a few months ago. I am pleased to announce its now complete and working well. I will be showing her off this year at the Amiwest Amiga and Commodore show in Sacramento California October 11th – 14th. If you would like to learn more about the Amy then please visit the project page at http://www.amy-itx.com/ .
More information about Amiwest can be found at http://www.amiwest.net/
Thanks to my friends over at MNT I was able to assemble this cool little board to pass the native video from my Amiga 2000 to my VA2000 RTG card they also make. This allows OCS/ECS native Amiga output through the VA2000’s HDMI slot. Its a difficult build if you dont have the skill for something like this, but it can save you a fair amount of money if you do. More information on it here: VA2000CX
These are getting hard to come by, but this beauty is now alive and well with a full recap, new IDE header, new floppy power header and some major trace repairs from all the cap leakage.
The new design is done and the boards are in! This time they are in brilliant black and gold! Prices remain the same for these. They are $35 shipped worldwide when paying with PayPal. For those that do not know what they do, they allow you to relocate a device normally used in a 68000 CPU socket to the A2000 CPU slot for easier access and convenience. They work great with the Vampire 500 and the Terrible Fire accelerators as an example.
I am so excited about this and can’t wait to find the perfect ITX case for it! For now, I believe its the only one in the US. Help me find the perfect case this great little board deserves!
Saved this A3000 today that had a bad daughter board riser.
Finally got my A3660 together along with the coolest ever 4000 board used for all my repair work and testing. The 3660 is being used to test “new” 68060 processors. How many people can say they own an A4000 board repaired by both me and John Hertell from Sweden?