HC508 Amiga 500 accelerator card

Posted on Wednesday, September 16th, 2015 in DIY by DP


A HC508 Amiga 500 accelerator card project from mc68k:

 Finally, the project has reached a stage when complete system tests are possible The integrated CF + IDE allows running the complete OS 3.1 with WHDLoad.
Key feaures:

  • 68HC000 CPU running at 50 MHz (100% MC68000 compatibility)
  • 40 pin IDE connector for HDD, CD ROM etc.
  • Integrated CF connector
  • 8 MB Fast RAM (1 wait state)
  • 512k FlashROM for Kickstart (1 wait state)
  • Utility for disabling / enabling every module separately (XCPU, XRAM, XROM, IDE)

Project info at Amiga projects blog.

Check out the video after the break.

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