eBay Dash30fx

From: Mark <mark_k_at_iname.com>
Date: Sat Jan 27 21:22:37 2001


On Thu, 25 Jan 2001 Jason McBrien wrote:
> I've seen these things around, a local advertising firm had stacks of them
> they were throwing away. These are basically Macintosh IIfx's clock chipped
> from 40MHz to 50MHz, in a gigantic metal tower case with power and frame key
> locks. An interesting machine, but remember before buying...
> 1 - The IIfx uses wacko 64-Bit (I think) SIMMs that aren't compatable with
> anything except a particular LaserWriter. These are VERY hard to find and
> expensive.

Some time ago, a seller on eBay mentioned in the item listing for some IIfx
SIMMs that they also work with Amiga accelerator cards made by GVP (Great
Valley Products).

Has anyone tried using IIfx SIMMs with a GVP card? (One which takes 64-pin
SIMMs, obviously.)

While the connector may be the same, I'm sceptical that they are compatible; a
few years ago I tried an AST 64-pin SIMM in my GVP card unsuccessfully.

-- Mark
Received on Sat Jan 27 2001 - 21:22:37 GMT

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