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Old 26 July 2006, 19:35   #1
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Big Big Boxes

Here's a pic of my a2000 and a4000 with it's scsi tower...
(sorry for the mess, it's also my main switch area lol)


specs:

a4000: (my 1st big box amiga and 1st big upgrade project)
cyberstorm mkiii 060 @ 50mhz, algor pro usb, delfina sound card, x-surf 3 network card, cybervision ppc graphics card, buddha gold ide controller, 128MB RAM.

Scsi tower (connected to a4000): {top to bottom order}
2gb scsi hard drive (work backup only), 1gb jaz drive, dvd writer, dvd reader, cd burner, cd rom drive, cd rom drive.

A2000: (recieved in trade for a p4 processor)
gvp 030 accelerator with 8mb of ram, soon to have installed an "8up!" 8mb ram card....
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Old 26 July 2006, 20:27   #2
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a big pile of 'migas! lol
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Old 26 July 2006, 21:15   #3
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"Pile of power"

Is that a mem card reader I see in the empty 5.25 inch slot in the A2000?
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Old 26 July 2006, 21:39   #4
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Yes... It is indeed an internal mem card reader (But that's the 4000)
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Old 26 July 2006, 21:40   #5
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Yes... It is indeed an internal mem card reader (But that's the 4000)
Ehh..duuhh...I'm Mr.Typo today
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Old 27 July 2006, 03:19   #6
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How is the memory card reader hooked up? via usb?

What do you use all those drives for in the scsi tower?
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Old 27 July 2006, 03:35   #7
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Yeah, it's USB connected..
It connects to one of the headers on the algor

What do I use all the drives for?

Well.. I usually keep a couple of CDs of MP3s in the bottom 2 CD Drives, the writer is used for writing stuff...
Jaz drive is used for backup mainly...
Umm.. The 2 DVD drives (the reader and the writer) pretty much just sit there and get used as a CD drive if I ever have anything to put on it...
The hard drive in it has a bootable backup of my OS installation
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