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    Default WANTED: Info and/or GVP HD8+ RAM

    Hi All,

    I am looking for a few simms to put in my GVP-hD8+ sidecar, if you have any spare let me know how much you want for them. Alternatively if somebody could shed some light on the exact spec that I should be looking for that would be equally just as good!

    Thanks in advance
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    hello there

    The HD8+ takes 30pin simms, I belive i have 8x 1mb sticks of them, i will double check later, should that i do, you cn have them for £5 which will include postage

    heres some info on the card

    Impact A500 HD8+ Series II
    Company : Great Valley Products, USA
    Date 1990
    Amiga A500: Interface: side expansion port
    Autoconfig ID: 2017 / 10,11
    • Features:
      [list:13chkyik]
      * SCSI 2 DMA controller 3.58 MB/s transfer speed
      * FaaasT ROM SCSI driver (gvpscsi.device) - autobooting requires at least Kickstart 1.3
      * RDB compatible
      * place for a 3.5" hard disk inside the case
      * 50 pin internal header
      * DB25 external connector
      * supported by Linux
      * A-Max II driver (gvpscsi.amhd)

      * memory four 30 pin SIMM sockets accept 8 MB RAM
      * accepts 1 or 4 MB 120 ns SIMMs
      * supports 2, 4 or 8 MB configurations
      * fully autoconfiguring

      * notes connects to the side expansion port
      * has no passthrough connector
      * stylish design matches the A500
      * disable switch
      * hard disk activity LED
      * external power supply
      * built in fan
      * mini expansion slot for the optional PC emulator card
      * problems may arise with the combination of A500, 8372A Agnus and an internal memory expansion with CPU or Gary adaptor - a trace has to be cut to solve the problem

      for jumper settings see this linkie
    [/list:u:13chkyik]

    Hope this helps. PM me your details and i can hopefully get these memory sticks posted to you on Friday
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    PM on its way! Thanks
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