Originally Posted by Lord Aga
Is it this easy ? Same model for A500 and A2000 ? I was under the impression that big box Amigas were a little bit more complicated with the way they handled accelerators.
I don't think it will be a problem with the 68000 processor based systems as the Vampire 500 (1000/2000/CDTV) connects through the CPU socket (assuming a mechanical fit to a given motherboard can be achieved) and not via a slot it looks electrically just like a normal 68000, the FPGA takes care of the extras on board the card. The '32 bit' Amigas (A1200, A3000, A4000, CD32) are more complicated.