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Old 03 December 2001, 19:42   #71
Akira
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Info on the A620

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* 10 times speed increase, or more on math intensive applications!
* Mounted internally on top of the 68000
* 68020 CPU running on 25 MHz!
* 68882 math co-processor running on 25 MHz included!
* Approximately as fast as the Amiga 4000! (030 version)
* Up to 8 MB of 32-bit RAM! (One SIMM socket of 1, 2, 4 or 8 MB)
* Uses cheap and easily available standard 72-pin SIMM without parity
* PCMCIA friendly - PCMCIA port available up to 4 MB
* Autoconfiguring memory
So 8MB it is, the 630 must be the one that accepts 32MB... what can you do with just 8 megs? but afaik, the 630 is very rare... ;(
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