Planet Zaxxon

Hey peeps !!! I am selling an Amiga 2000 computer with pimptastical parts!! But just the computer itself and power cord... No mouse and keyboard, etc included.. The computer turns on and preceeds to boot up but I cant get anything on the screen. I may have the wrong kind of monitor (the monitor I tested with is a CEI A1962) This computer was setup to run the Video Toaster hardware (I am selling the video toaster cards in another auction) So I would imagine all the software is still installed on this unit. This computer seems to contain the faster processor as well, the 68040, as sold with the Amiga 4000. The case is in rough shape.

Other info:

It contains (1) Progressive Peripherals & Software 2000/040 card

Specs: (taken from from

Progressive Peripherals & Software, USA    

    * processor68040 @ 28 MHz (clocked asynchronously to the A2000 motherboard)

    * memoryeight 30 pin SIMM sockets accept up to 32 MB RAM
    * takes 1 or 4 MB SIMMs, 80 ns or faster
    * accepts SIMMs in groups of four giving 4, 8, 16 or 32 MB configurations
    * not autoconfiguring - requires software
    * does not give contiguous 32 bit RAM, it separates 2 MB as 16 bit RAM - RomTagMem is required to make it all 32 bit and contiguous
    * up to 8 MB RAM can be configured in the 68000 address space (2, 4 or 8 MB) - access is slower to this RAM
    * burst RAM access

(1) Great Valley Products A2000 HC+8 Series II Ver II Card
                           -with a Quantum Prodrive LPS (not sure on hard drive size)

Specs (from

    * SCSI 2 DMA controllerWD 33C93A @ 14 MHz
    * 3.58 MB/s transfer speed
    * FaaastROM SCSI driver (gvpscsi.device) - autobooting requires at least Kickstart 1.3
    * autoboot disable jumper
    * RDB compatible
    * place for a 3.5" hard disk on the card
    * 50 pin internal SCSI header
    * DB25 external connector
    * hard disk activity LED connector
    * no termination power
    * A-Max II driver (gvpscsi.amhd)
    * supported by Linux and NetBSD

    * memoryeight 30 pin SIMM sockets accept 8 MB RAM
    * accepts SIMMs in groups of two, giving 2, 4, 6 or 8 MB configurations
    * this memory is technically not Zorro II memory - data is DMA-d from the HD as normal, but not via the Zorro bus for added speed

and (1) mystery card with RGB COMPUTER AND VIDEO written on it... prolly ran with the Video Toaster Setup

I'm asking $250. and its on ebay as well : … 0423944475

email me at [email protected] or post up on here !!!!


Last edited by O2star (Jan 13, 2010 11:37 pm)

Planet Zaxxon

SOLD !!!!!  smile