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Old 29 September 2016, 08:55   #201
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Originally Posted by Boboo_SK View Post
Velmi pěkný opravdu!
Rád bych vidět, že dokončení!

Also I need to introduce you to a friend on here called Speed Geek, a really REALLY nice guy, and incredibly knowledgeable about the 68030 state machine!

I believe he haunts these boards at times, if not you can find him on AmiBay!

Hodně štěstí s tímto projektem a děkuji za Furia020 - budu se dostat jednu z nich před Vánocemi!
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Old 29 September 2016, 11:26   #202
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Originally Posted by idrougge View Post
So the card can't be switched off then?
There is no option to switch off the card.
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Old 04 October 2016, 21:57   #203
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So is there no way to update the firmware on this card ourselves?

Also, when the Furia 030 likely to be released?
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Old 05 October 2016, 12:26   #204
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Furia 030 for A600 will unfortunately never be released Its just fully working prototype. But what Furia author said he might be porting Furia to A500 ;o)
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Old 06 October 2016, 13:06   #205
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Hey, about securing the Furia to the motherboard, what about grounding when using screws? Amiga's HDD cradle sockets are firmly grounded and Furia has screw holes on each corner which are also connected to the ground. Thus there will be no short circuit or anything like that, but if I ground each corner of the Furia can there be weird ground loop problems or something like that?

So when I screw the Furia to the motherboard should I use plastic washers or is grounding every corner desirable? I've seen pictures in the wild doing the both - plastic washers and not. Currently I do not use any washers and found no problems, but surely there's best way to do it.

Ps. Since I got no accessories with my Furia I just ordered 8mm tall M3 plastic washers and 18mm tall M2.2 self tapping screws (had to cut few millimeters off they were too tall otherwise). Worked perfectly and feels VERY secure:

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