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Old 29 June 2008, 10:00   #5
Calgor
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The gold strip is for signal noise on the higher speed cardbus (thereby identifying it as a cardbus card).

The keying on the sides of the card is for 3.3V vs 5V. Some pcmcia cards can only do either, some both (same goes for the slots). Don't know what voltage the Amiga slot is supposed to be able to handle - I suppose looking at the schematics might come up with the answer.

There are PCMCIA Type I/II/II cards with increasing thickness - the Amiga can handle up to the Type II cards?
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