April 2008


The Multivision 500 is a scandoubler/flicker fixer for the Amiga 500 (that can also function with an Amiga 1000) and is internally mounted. The small circuit board is pressed into the Denise socket, and the Denise chip is removed and mounted onto the Multivision.

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I have been searching for this kind of mini tower for years so I was very happy to find one for sale last Sunday. It is a classic Baby AT tower from 1993, personally I think it’s a beautiful tower, very compact and enough space for hardware. When the ATX standard appeared small towers like these where banned from the market for years until small form factor PC’s became popular, the future for PC seems to be notebooks but I still think these Baby AT towers are just the right size for any computer.

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I found a 3×3 cm small heat sink and fan combo inside an old PC mounted to an old AGP card today. The GPU was burned out so I removed the heat sink. I have a habit of collecting various heat sinks in different sizes because you never know when they might be of use for you.

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Today I launched my latest Amiga blog called ”Vintage Amiga Programs”. The last two years have seen me focusing mainly only on Amiga hardware but I think it is time for me to also get back into Workbench again.

There are many programs I have grown fond of in Workbench so it would be nice to fill up a blog with information about them.

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This is just a fake actually. I do not have my A2000 on my desk, usually it lives under my bed. And usually my desk is not so clean either although I try to have it organized to minimize clutter.

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The Amiga 500 has been hailed for its all in one package but I always felt that it was unnecessary large design for what it was. You would need quite a large desk to be able to carry a full size Amiga 500 setup.

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