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Chips&Technologies F82C480

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CAD card, fully backwards compatible with IBM® 8514/A.

 

Palcal's card:

(890) EIZO - AA40
(890) EIZO - AA40
(890) EIZO - AA40
 
(890) EIZO - AA40
(890) EIZO - AA40
(890) EIZO - AA40
 
(890) EIZO - AA40
(890) EIZO - AA40
(890) EIZO - AA40
 
(890) EIZO 512kB memory module
(890) EIZO 512kB memory module
(890) EIZO 512kB memory module
 
(890) EIZO - AA40 manual
(890) EIZO - AA40 manual
(890) EIZO - AA40 manual
 
(890) EIZO - AA40 box
(890) EIZO - AA40 box
(890) EIZO - AA40 box
 

Additional Info

  • Made by: Chips&Technologies
  • Codename: F82C480
  • Bus: ISA 16bit
  • Memory Size: 1MB
  • Max Memory Size: 1MB
  • Memory Type: VRAM
  • Year: 1990
  • Card Type: VGA, 8514/A
  • Made in: Japan
  • Owned by: Palcal
  • Outputs: 15 pin D‐sub
  • Power consumption (W): 1
  • Memory Clock (MHz): 40
  • Memory Bus Width: 40bit
  • Sold by: EIZO
  • Max Memory Clock (MHz): 40
  • Min Memory Clock (MHz): 25
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Comments   

0 # Description of DIP switches?Stephan 2018-05-02 11:36
Hello, nice virtual museum.

I recently got borrowed an AA41 board, similar to this, but without manual. I will try it for (vintage) Solaris 2.4.

Is there a chance to get a photo or ref to some text file describing the DIP switches (position S1)?

BTW: interessted in an Sun XVR-1000 (UPA) for your museum? Seems, this board is not listed here.
0 # RE: Description of DIP switches?Vlask 2018-05-02 15:58
Sorry don't have any info about switches. These along with manuals is often very hard to find.
Sun XVR would be nice, but these pages are not about all cards ever existed, but only about these owned by some collector active onsite. So we have to wait till someone buys that card, or got it as gift :-*

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