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    As the title, I'm after a Mister FPGA board (de10 nano), extra ram, io board and case would be good but not essential.

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    im currently upgrading MY mister setup for the new 64 MB sdram, I have currently have a de 10 nano and AIO with 32mb sdram with rtc and enclosed within a 3d printed case and original psu?

    please advise your budget in pm

    https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net...78&oe=5DC1360E

    Mine is upgraded to a quieter Noctua fan
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    MISTer DE10 nano, cores of minimig aga, a0486, Archimedes, arcade cabinets, Snes, Megadrive, fx CAST, GB, GBC, GBA, Atari Jaguar, Sega 32x
    Mike J's FPGA Replay with 68060 daughterboard, rtc, usb, 180mb Fast Ram, 2 meg chip, aga,

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    ill give 48 hours for reply then put up listing for sale
    MISTer DE10 nano, cores of minimig aga, a0486, Archimedes, arcade cabinets, Snes, Megadrive, fx CAST, GB, GBC, GBA, Atari Jaguar, Sega 32x
    Mike J's FPGA Replay with 68060 daughterboard, rtc, usb, 180mb Fast Ram, 2 meg chip, aga,

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    MISTer DE10 nano, cores of minimig aga, a0486, Archimedes, arcade cabinets, Snes, Megadrive, fx CAST, GB, GBC, GBA, Atari Jaguar, Sega 32x
    Mike J's FPGA Replay with 68060 daughterboard, rtc, usb, 180mb Fast Ram, 2 meg chip, aga,

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    Quote Originally Posted by uigiflip View Post
    Wow. Nice find. I've been looking for a complete unit for some time. Thanks!

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