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|Processor:||040@25Mhz, 040@33Mhz or 040@40Mhz|
|Max Ram:||32MB (64MB with additional SIMM socket)|
|Ram Type:||1 x 72pin SIMM socket. (An additional SIMM socket can be fitted), (EDO RAM works but is not taken advantage of)|
An accelerator which plugs into the trapdoor slot of the A1200. An optional SCSI-II controller was available for this card. It is fully PCMCIA compatible and an additional SIMM socket could be fitted by the dealer, or end user if they were competent enough.
|RAM||Turn off RAM||Turn on RAM|
|SCSI||Disable SCSI Autoboot||Enable SCSI Autoboot|
|Processor||040 Installed||060 Installed|
The SCSI interface's autoboot option should be turned off if there are no bootable devices or any devices at all attached to the SCSI bus. This prevents a 30 second delay while the system attempts to detect bootable SCSI devices. It is possible to upgrade this card to an 060 with an appropriate voltage regulator.
|040 @ any Mhz||Set to 040|
|060@50Mhz||Set to 060|
|060@66Mhz||Set to 040|
Thanks to Stephan Neise and Ian Stedman