Sold Amiga 4000D PPC

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- Motherboard Rev.B
- ROM 3.1 - v40.68
- SuperBuster 11 on socket
- RTC battery removed
- Original PSU
- Original Amiga 4000 Keyboard (KPR-E96YC)

- CPU -

- Cyberstorm PPC (Phase5) 604e@233Mhz/060@50Mhz + 128MB RAM (4x32MB 60ns double sided EDO)

- Graphics -
- Cybervision 64 4MB (Zorro III)
- Arxon Scandoubler board V1.1 (PAL/NTSC) using internal video slot and externally connected to the CV64's passthrough.

- Audio -
- Repulse soundcard (Zorro II) analog and optical digital (max 24 bit / 96 kHz) with Toccata emulation
- M-Audio CO2 Coaxial/Optical Bi-Directional Converter.
- GVP DSS8+ (Parallel port)
- SunRize Industries Perfect Sound (Parallel port)
- 6 ports Midi Interface (Serial port)
- 3 ports Midi Interface (Serial port)

- Network -
- Xsurf II network card (Zorro II) with extra 3.5" IDE interface and a 2.5" IDE interface, two clock ports, and a special interface for another Individual Computers expansion.

- Storage -
- MAH3182MP Fujitsu 18GB Ultra-160 LVD/SE SCSI HDD
- Ultra-160 LVD/SE SCSI flat ribbon cable with built-in active terminator.
- SCSI-3 Ultrawide (68pin) to FAST-SCSI (HD50) adaptor on mounting bracket for external devices.
(Connected to the Cyberstorm's SCSI-3 port, this high quality setup brings you the fastest (~30MB/s on sysspeed) transfer data rate ever a classic Amiga can achieve.)

- Plextor CD-R PX-W1210S PLEXWRITER 12/10/32s FAST-SCSI
- Plextor CD-ROM PX-40TSi ULTRAPLEX 40MAX FAST-SCSI
- Both installed in a dual FAST-SCSI external enclosure + two FAST-SCSI HD50 cables.
(One of the most stable and "error proof" setups for burning CDs on Amiga.)

- Chinon FB-357a 1.76Mb 3.5-Inch internal floppy disk drive

- others -
- Punichello Amiga to PS2 Mouse adaptor
- USB/PS2 Logitech optical mouse with clickwheel
- Dual cooling fan rack installed in the 5.25" Bay.

Important notice:
- The 060 CPU socket will probably need to be resoldered as freezes/guru meditation occur only if you press on the CPU when the machine is running. - Beside that, everything else runs perfectly and steadily.
- This Amiga has been exclusively used for audio recording and mastering in a personal sound studio.
- Display no included.

- Price -
- 2300 Euros (was 2500)+ shipping fee (insurance included) to EU only.
- No split.
- Bank transfer or Paypal.
- If you live in southern France, you can come and test it before picking it up.
 

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Yep Marco06, I'm sure that you could have this amazing config this evening if you want since you live really near from DavidG! :D
 

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If it wasn't for the fact I need 6 month of saving up to buy this and knowing DavidG will not wait six month for me to save this money up I would have easily said interested. What a shame. What a beauty.
 

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* Successfully tested with Amiga OS 4.1 Classic borrowed from a friend.
 

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Because holzroller hasn't shown interest or replied for a week since our last PM exchange, the Amiga is back for sale.


 

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Nice setup!

Just curious, the picture showing the removed battery also shows the chip next to it gone as well. Is this the current state of the motherboard? I'm asking because it's the current state of one of *my* motherboards, and I would like to know if I can get away with leaving it be.

Thanks!
 

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Nice setup!

Just curious, the picture showing the removed battery also shows the chip next to it gone as well. Is this the current state of the motherboard? I'm asking because it's the current state of one of *my* motherboards, and I would like to know if I can get away with leaving it be.

Thanks!

Yes, that's the U177 chip, so it doesn't affect the functioning of the Amiga at all.

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