Amiga Processor Peripherals


Computer System Associates

Company: Computer System Associates, US
Date: 1990
Amiga: 500, 1000, 2000
Interface: 68000 socket
Autoconfig ID: na

Processor
68EC030 @ 25 / 33 MHz or 68030 @ 16 / 20 / 25 / 33 / 38 MHz, PGA
optional 68882 PGA FPU, up to 50 MHz

Memory
optional 512 kB SRAM
much faster (and more expensive) than DRAM
four sockets for 128 kB SRAMs
can be used for Kickstart remapping
optional DIP DRAM expansion module (Mega-Memory 2130)
16 DIP sockets accept 0.5 – 8 MB RAM
supports 256k×4 and 1M×4 DIPs, 60 – 100 ns
if installed in an A2000 the board overhangs the video slot
optional ZIP DRAM expansion module (Mega-Memory 2150)
16 ZIPs soldered on board
uses 256k×4 or 1M×4 ZIPs, 60 – 100 ns
does not protrude over the video slot
the memory does not autoconfig, it needs software
does not support DMA to its 32 bit memory

Notes
connects to the 68000 socket, the 68000 is replaced onto the board
68000 fallback mode

Images

Amiga Mega-Midget Racer Front

Front: Commodore A2630 front view