PDA

View Full Version : Closed Blizzard 5 603e & 1200 Scandoubler FlickerFixer



neutek
28th March 2010, 16:38
Hi, my first post here. I started using my amiga again on a daily basis, for internet and music stuff as it'a nice change from programming all day at work on a Ubuntu system...

I really REALLY NEED the following...

NO LONGER NEEDED *** Blizzard 5 603e ***
1200 Scandoubler FlickerFixer, I would prefer the Indivision AGA

I understand these items are hard to come by but I have cash waiting for anyone who may want to part with these items or knows of a place I can get them...

Thanks for reading
Dean C. Forrest

StrontiumDog
28th March 2010, 18:54
See your PM's
.
.

neutek
28th March 2010, 23:44
OK :)

r0jaws
28th March 2010, 23:56
I'm selling my 603e HERE (http://www.amibay.com/showthread.php?t=5454), it has been upgraded to an 060 @ 66Mhz with a Power PC @ 330Mhz. If you're interested, please post in that thread. :)

neutek
29th March 2010, 08:12
OK, i guess i was hasty with my first post and after having an Amiga marathon binge I was feeling the need for a kick ass card...

So after some thought I am no longer looking for the Blizzard 603e as there a bit costly and i don't really need the power right now and have a "proper" use for it to justify.

I'm still interested in the ScanDoubler and maybe some alternative none PPC based Accelerator to fill some gaps for now.

Oh and am I right in beleiving the Indivision AGA 1200 ScanDoublers will be back in the NetStores around June?

Thanks for tuning in. :)

stachu100
29th March 2010, 10:35
So after some thought I am no longer looking for the Blizzard 603e as there a bit costly and i don't really need the power right now and have a "proper" use for it to justify.



Ok, I have something like this for sale:

Viper 1260
http://www.amibay.com/showthread.php?t=4904

and
Blizzard 1260
http://www.amibay.com/showthread.php?t=4852

With this Blizzard 1260 I can downgradee CPU to work up to 80MHz (active cooling is necessary!!!) forgeting about 106MHz and by doing so I can consider 400EUR including 64MB of RAM + 15EUR postage inside Europe.

Within 2 days I will have Apollo 1260 060@80MHz with 32MB of RAM for 360EUR + postage

MACH chips are soldered directly to PCB (no more problems with bad contacts inside MACH sockets) and CR2032 battery installed instead of accumulator (easy and cheap battery change and no more risk of accumulator leakage).