Its time to start building this A500 RAM expansion just because it looks fun. This will go nice with the new matching A500plus.
The Amiga 4000 that refused to die! This one lives again after a long clean up and repair process.
I had to replace several capacitors, the agnus socket to fix traces under it, the Kickstart ROM socket, battery holder, Denise chip, Garry chip and the 68000 along with its socket! Happy to say it’s booting reliability now.
Even vintage PC gamers deserve good sound and this upgrade did just that for a recent customer. Here you can see Micro soldering 805 SMD caps under a microscope to upgrade an ISA sound card and correct some mistakes that were done when it was first built.
Ever wonder what it would be like to hand build an Amiga from a bare board all the way to a fully functioning computer? Well here is what that looks like. I had the pleasure of doing this one over a weekend and it looks amazing!