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Old 27 June 2006, 12:17   #1
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Smile For sale: Amiga Blizzard PPC card PPC@175 , 68040 @25 MHz, SCSI

Amiga Blizzard PPC card PPC@175 , 68040 @25 MHz, SCSI
+ SCSI Wire (wire not shown in the picture)

Very good condition 100% working, tested with serveral boards and Bvisions.

2x 16MB are installed, these RAMs were tested on an other card and should be ok

200 Euro , I prefer IBAN / BIC money transfer

shipping starts from 15 euro (UK,france,italy)


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Old 27 June 2006, 12:23   #2
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I'll have it. Send you a PM.

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Old 27 June 2006, 12:27   #3
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Hacky is a great seller, good stuff!
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Old 27 June 2006, 12:52   #4
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I'll have it. Send you a PM.

ok the card is reserved for you
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Old 27 June 2006, 19:00   #5
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ok the card is reserved for you
Sold ! Thank you for the quick payment.
I ´ll ship tomorrow.
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Old 27 June 2006, 19:33   #6
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How much did it go for in the end? £148?

@Lopos
What is a good (cheap) way of sending money via IBAN/BIC as I always used to get charged £14
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Old 27 June 2006, 19:39   #7
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I use internet banking for sending iban/bic payments... charges are only 3.40 euro on my bank... but if you go and actually fill a form, they can go up to 20-30 euro!
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Old 27 June 2006, 20:02   #8
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How much did it go for in the end? £148?

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What is a good (cheap) way of sending money via IBAN/BIC as I always used to get charged £14
I used Paypal in the end. As you said, IBAN/BIC is way to expensive.
Can't wait to get the card now.
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Old 27 June 2006, 20:30   #9
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@Keropi
Because the UK is not in Euro's the banks charge a LOT for IBAN transfers.

Euro to Euro IBAN transfers AFAIK are supposed to be free.

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Are you going to keep it an 040 or risk sending it away for upgrading to an 060?
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Old 27 June 2006, 21:32   #10
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Are you going to keep it an 040 or risk sending it away for upgrading to an 060?
Depends what do I have to do to upgrade thr card?
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Old 27 June 2006, 22:32   #11
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ah, u need to exchange the cpu (duh!) re-position/re-solder some small thingies acting as jumpers, and finally flash the 060 firmware... the most difficult is the jumper thingies....
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Old 27 June 2006, 22:57   #12
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The jumpers aren't too bad, just flood both ends with solder to lift the jumpers away in a nice bubble of solder - that way there's no risk in pulling the tracks with them.

The _real_ pain in the ar5e is de-soldering the cpu - takes ages, and it's _really_ easy to press too hard with the soldering iron/solder pump combination.
A word of experience - look where the tracks pass between the pins, and do your bet to avoid using the soldering iron where there are tracks.

And the pin in the corner (next to the SIMM socket and the SCSI header) is a total ar5e to desolder too.
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Old 02 July 2006, 00:17   #13
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spinds to me as though Boot WB is sharing some pain... its okay dude... its okay...

my hope is the therapy helped...

*remembers back working in PCB factory..... ooooooo the horror stories.... wasnt too bad the let me work on my own projects *using there equip* in my own time *
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the same i'm buy on ebai for 150 euro
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