Power PC Board

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Released by Kolff Computer Supplies in 1990, the Power PC Board provides IBM XT emulation for Amiga A500 and A2000 computers.

This version 2 board features an NEC V30 processor running at 10MHz. It supports floppy drives and hard drives (with a special driver). It has 1MB of RAM, allowing it to emulate MGA, CGA, EGA, and VGA graphics modes. It communicates with the Amiga using the internal serial port at up to 19.2kb/s. It can also access the Amiga's floppy controller and parallel port. A battery-backed clock and emulated PC sound card are also supported. It is only compatible with PAL Amigas.

Date : 1990

Manufacturer : Kolff Computer Supplies

Format : Expansion Board

Physical Description : PCB Manual Floppy disk of drivers

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH43273. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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