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C > COMMODORE  > AMIGA 2500


 

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Thursday 29th September 2016
Brian (USA)

I have a color pic of a 2500


Wednesday 8th August 2012
Dan McBride
Dan McBride

Somebody PLEASE replace that black and white photo with a colour version for this machine!


Friday 20th June 2003
Carlos Bragatto (Brazil)

My brother had an Amiga 2500/030. What a machine ! It was really fast because it had 2mb of FastRAM inside the accelerator card, and, as such, this 2mb ran at full 32bit speed. Compared to other accelerator cards, the 25mhz 68030 A2630 was very pedestrian (my Microbotics VXL30 runs at 50mhz), but running the RAM inside the accelerator gave a boost in operation that most other accelerators don't.





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