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Old 11 November 2011, 10:35   #1
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FS: Blizzard PPC 060@66MHz/PPC@330MHz with SCSI + 128MB RAM

For sale Blizzard PPC upgraded by me:
1) MC68060RC50 rev6 working at 66MHz. Oscillator is socketed, so card can be downgraded to 60MHz to work with BVPPC.
2) PPC@330MHz
3) Onboard SCSI + SCSI cable suitable for tower system (see pictures)
4) New accumulator + new fan
5) 2x64 MB RAM; 128MB FAST RAM in total

Card is repaired: someone un-solder SCSI chip by un-professional way and some pads were off (see pictures) All pads were repaired by me, and now card is 100% working.

I will give 1 month DOA warranty under the condition that you have good AT (NOT ATX!!!) PSU and all electrolytic capacitors are replaced.

Due to the fact that SCSI cable is prepared for tower system, this setup is recommended, but card can work with desktop as well.

I will also add:
60MHz oscillator for BVPPC
User Manual (if I will find it, should be somewhere)
Copy of phase5 install floppy


More pictures:
https://picasaweb.google.com/1101219...0/BPPCRepaired

Video:
[ Show youtube player ]


For 10GBP extra (just to cover extra transport fees) I can add old SCSI CD-ROM and 9GB SCSI HDD, so you can have complete setup without thinking about termination/SCSI ID jumpers settings.
CD-ROM is reading genuine CD's without problems (see video), but CD-R and CD-R/W are not recognized. Please be aware.
Of course you can buy better CD-ROM later.
Any question please ask.

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Old 19 November 2011, 23:49   #2
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Not interested in the card (actually interested but can't afford it) but I wanted to ask something:

Why don't you recommend using ATX PSU? I can't find a good AT PSU and I was thinking of converting a good ATX PSU using the converter sold by Amigakit.
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Old 23 November 2011, 02:57   #3
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I might be interested... I'll send you a PM
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Old 23 November 2011, 11:42   #4
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Card was sold last week. Sorry.
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