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Aleph One ARM3 Upgrade

This upgrade kit was produced by Aleph One Ltd in 1989. It upgrades the processor in an Acorn Archimedes from an ARM2 to a 60MHz ARM3. Also included were instructions for installing the upgrade, along with instructions for upgrading the system's memory controller to the MEMC1a chip - a required upgrade before the ARM3 CPU can be installed. Our copy of this manual is marked up with typographical corrections and may be a pre-release copy.

Date : 1989

Manufacturer : Aleph One Ltd

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH44354. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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