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Old 17 July 2005, 21:33   #1
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Happy New Prometheus busboard+RTL8029+Voodoo4 32 Mb

I sell a brandnew and unused Prometheus pci busboard for Amiga3000 and Amiga4000, together with a brandnew and never used RTL8029 networkcard and a used and not brandnew Voodoo 4 32 Mb pci graphic card. Price is 115 GBP, shipping to any place in the world included so no extra´s



Website of Matay (creators of Prometheus)

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Old 18 July 2005, 14:00   #2
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Do you get the teddy with the deal?
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Old 18 July 2005, 15:32   #3
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I´m afraid not, that would cause unhuman trouble with my girlfriend ... I made another crash with my motorcycle on Saterday but that would be peanuts with what my girlfriend would do to me if I would sell her teddybear too ... hope you understand ...
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Old 18 July 2005, 17:21   #4
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Maybe this is also a good time to show my other auctions on Ebay :

Compact Flash pcmcia adapter ...
A3630 with 68030 on 25 Mhz and a 68882 co-processor on 40 Mhz ...
Squirrel pcmcia scsi controller for A1200 and A600 ...
Compaq Hardware Wireless Access Point WL400 ... meant to use it as a wireless router with my A1200 with a US Robotics Wireless Lan card but never got to it ...
128 Mb Simm for A1200 turboboards or the Viper 530 for the A500 ...

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Aren't the Voodoo 4 boards quite rare? I know the 5-6000 is, but I'm pretty sure the 4 series are too. If they are then you can make quite a lot of money from people on overclocking forums
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The Voodoo´s itself are not so rare but it´s the PCI versions that are not so common. I know the Voodoo3 pci goes for at least 20 euro on Ebay, shipping not included ...
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Voodoo 3 3000 is a real classic now. I'm surprised there isn't much of a collector's market for GFX cards, aside from the Voodoo5 hunters.
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what voodoo 5 hunters? *reaches for voodoo5*
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you have one, tin?
The 5000 or 6000?
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Wasn´t that 6000 just a prototype with 4 gpu´s ??? I know a Voodoo5 will work on a Prometheus just like on a Mediator or a Grex ...
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Yeah, it was "sort of" released. There was a fair few released for previews and testing, but only to a few reviewers. I don't know how the rest of the 6000 batch got onto the collector's market.
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I have read that the Voodoo4 32 Mb is actually a cut down version of the Voodoo5 64 Mb which came out first !!!
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The 5000 or 6000?
I dunno. I presume from the posts on here it's a 5000. It's got 2 gpus and a noisy fan It's PCI but is currently being rested in case i happen to get a mediator
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About this offer of the Prometheus, I can also sell it without Voodoo4, so only the new Prometheus and the new networkcard for 90 GBP or 130 Euro everything included It´s like getting a new Z3 netwerkcard and having 3 pci slots for free

How to build a Prometheus in a A4000 desktop (without pictures) ...

Pciture of Prom in A4000 tower ...

Another picture of A4000 in tower ...

Other Prometheus in my A4000 desktop with Voodoo5 ...

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