BigRamPlus 256Mb for Amiga A3000 A3000T A4000 & A4000T

 £ 104.16 Excl. VAT

BigRamPlus is a 256 MByte memory expansion for any Amiga with Zorro-III slots, i.e. Amiga 3000, Amiga 3000T, Amiga 4000 and Amiga 4000T. BigRamPlus is only guaranteed to work with the original daughter boards of these computers. It may or may not work properly with third party bus boards made by Micronik, RBM, Eagle, Elbox, etc.

Memory is used by all operating systems up to OS3.9 automatically. Linux/BSD may need special patches to use this memory.

AmigaOS 4.0 does not permit the use of a Z3 memory card, the computer won’t even boot into the OS. AmigaOS 4.1 can use the card’s memory as swap memory. Starting with OS4.1FE, update#1, this memory can be used as main memory.

Box contents:

  • BigRamPlus card
  • Instruction sheet

You will need in addition to that:

  • A computer with Z3 slots (Z2 will not work!)
  • A screwdriver to open your computer

 

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