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Old 22 June 2012, 20:46   #56
Schoenfeld
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You mean the "AGA Go" kit by DCE. That was essentially an A1200, mounted on a CPU card that goes into an A500. More expensive than a new mainboard, therefore never mass-produced.

The only connection between A3000 and AGA is a prototype mainboard that Commodore made during the development of the AGA chips. Here's a photograph of one that I took when I visited Dale Luck in summer 2003. Note the hand-written serial number #28 ;-)

Jens
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