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  • #76
    Just a small update to the bezel. As a prototype, I used an Arduino Mega sitting near the case:

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    I called the controller chip KARL, because Karl kontrolliert auch RGB Leisten (sorry, German joke)

    I had some problems with the Atmel IC first, but after a real odyssey I finally found a working programmer for the board and now the board is working.

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    Now all necessary connections for on/off, power led, IDE led, the led bar and the Oled are summarized here. With the 2 buttons you can set the program of the led bar and the color. (Of course, there is not only the rainbow effect, but also a Knight Rider effect and others )

    The board is screwed into the case and connected to the Akiko board with a ribbon cable:

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    And finally you can close the case again although untypical for an Amiga

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    It only needs a shield for the IDE led as the led bar shines through when the IDE led is not lit.

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    • #77
      This is almost what the Amiga CD32 should have been, but then with a 68030 50MHz CPU.

      A pity you only use a 68030 14MHz CPU, never knew there was a 14MHz version, or is this a emulated 68030 CPU?
      Commodore 64
      Commodore 128D
      Amiga 500 (Plus)
      Amiga CD32 + TF328 + TF330 + TF330 v3b 128MB

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      • #78
        The board uses a real 68030 50MHz CPU. Btw, the CPU works down to 5MHz, but this is really painful

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        • #79
          Could you show us a photo with a GBA 68060 Turbokarte plugged in..?

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          • #80
            So it has a 68030 working on 50MHz? Ok thanks.
            Commodore 64
            Commodore 128D
            Amiga 500 (Plus)
            Amiga CD32 + TF328 + TF330 + TF330 v3b 128MB

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            • #81
              Any news?

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