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Old 20 October 2011, 15:57   #1
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Power Computing PC504 RAM Board

Hi all, I cannot believe in all the years of reading this forum I didn't have an account! Anyway, I am Mike - you might know me as A1200 from various other forums/IRC.

I start my career here with a question. I originally asked on amigaworld.net but after inconclusive results, Franko suggested someone here might know.

OK So I have received the Power Computing PC504 board:

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Looks more or less the same as the one here:

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When I put it in my A500+ it brings my machine up to 2MB chip RAM from 1MB. Great as having 2MB chip is I wonder how I can get it to give me 4MB fast?

I have seen other ram boards with some kinda daughter board that plugs under the Gary chip, so I am not sure how the PC504 works.... was there any software? There's no dip switches or jumpers on either side.

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Comments so far from AW:

http://amigaworld.net/modules/newbb/...34430&forum=25

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Old 21 October 2011, 15:38   #2
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which os and which kickstart are you using?
are you using this on a 500+,you should have fastram as well.you wont get 4mb fast.
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Old 21 October 2011, 15:42   #3
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I have a 3.1 ROM in the beast (A500+ 8A motherboard), I booted to test on workbench 3.1.
 
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