Amiga - Retina BLT Z3 RTG Zorro III Graphics Card + V-Code Module Installed 4MB For Sale

Amiga - Retina BLT Z3 RTG Zorro III Graphics Card + V-Code Module Installed 4MB


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Amiga - Retina BLT Z3 RTG Zorro III Graphics Card + V-Code Module Installed 4MB:
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Amiga - Retina BLT Z3 RTG Zorro III Graphics Card + V-Code Module Installed 4MB
Excellent condition, tested in an Amiga 3000. Check pictures for detailed condition.
Photos are of the actual item being sold.
Ask any Questions before buying.CompanyMacroSystem, GermanyDate1994AmigaA3000, A4000
InterfaceZorro III
Autoconfig ID18260 / 16
    RTG graphics card
  • NCR 77C32BLT
    • 110 MHz max pixel clock
    • 15-80 kHz horizontal frequency
    • 50-110 Hz vertical frequency
  • 4 MB page mode RAM, eight ZIP chips
  • memory bus runs at 60 MHz
  • Flash ROM
    screen modes
  • 2400×1200×8 interlace
  • 1280×1024×16 non-interlace
  • 1152×864×24
    notes
  • optional video encoder,V-Code- composite and S-VHS outputs
  • CyberGraphX 2, 3 & 4, Picasso96, EGS and RetinaEmu drivers
  • supported by Linux, NetBSD and OpenBSD


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