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Last modified 2012-08-06

Commodore Amiga 3000

SPECIFICATIONS
Type:32-bit home/high-end computer
CPU:Motorola MC68030 @ 16 or 25 MHz + MC68881 (16 MHz) or MC68882 (25 MHz) math co-processor
Operating system:AmigaOS 1.4 or 2.0 and Workbench 1.4 or 2.04
Memory:ROM: 512 KB. Kickstart 1.4 or 2.04
RAM: 2 MB (Expandable to max 18 MB on-board)
Sound:Four hardware-mixed channels (two left and two right)
8-bit PCM @ sampling frequency 28-56 KHz
Graphics:1280*200 pixels, 4 colors
1280*512 pixels, 4 colors
640*200 pixels, 16 colors
640*512 pixels, 16 colors
320*200 pixels, 32, 64 or 4096 colors
320*512 pixels, 32, 64 or 4096 colors
Palette: 4096 colors
Storage:One or two integrated 3.5" floppies, 880 KB
Internal 3.5" SCSI hard drive
Input:Separate keyboard
Mouse
Connectivity:Analog RGB video out
Analog VGA out
Stereo audio out
2*game/mouse ports
RS-232C
Printer/Centronics parallel
Floppy drive port
4*Zorro III expansion slots
2*optional ISA slots
Voltage:Mains
Power consumption:
Dimensions (W*H*D):? mm (?")
Weight:? Kg (? lbs)
Manufactured:1990-1992 (Discontinued)
Other:Battery backed realtime clock
This Amiga also supports the disk based SuperKickstart

Custom chips:
Amber - Display enhancer
Fat Agnus - ECS display controller
Fat Buster - DMA arbitrary controller
Fat Gary - System address decoder
Paula - Audio and I/O controller
Ramsey - RAM controller
Super Denise - ECS display encoder
Super DMAC - DMA controller
Related documents:
Modifications:
Notable "ham" software: