eX_A600_mobo_01 Amiga 600 motherboard. There is not a lot of empty space in an A600. Stuff looks crammed before you start removing HDD cradle (removed here), Floppy Drive…
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Amiga 600 motherboard. There is not a lot of empty space in an A600. Stuff looks crammed before you start removing HDD cradle (removed here), Floppy Drive…
eX_A600_mobo_revision_01 The A600 motherboard revision info can be found bottom middle, just left of the trapdoor. This particular mobo is rev 1.5
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The A600 motherboard revision info can be found bottom middle, just left of the trapdoor. This particular mobo is rev 1.5
eX_A600_CustomChips_01 Seen here in the middle is the
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Seen here in the middle is the "Gayle" chip on an Amiga 600 motherboard. The chip handles bus control, floppy, PCMCIA, ATA interfaces etc.
eX_A600_mobo_ports_01 The PCMCIA port on the A600. Not a hugely sucessful port on the AMIGA, but there are a handful of useful peripherals that use this port so it's still useful.…
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The PCMCIA port on the A600. Not a hugely sucessful port on the AMIGA, but there are a handful of useful peripherals that use this port so it's still useful.…
eX_A600_mobo_ports_02 The
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The "other" Amiga 600 port. This is the trap-door connector but its quite limited and typically just used to expand RAM.