Atari 520 ST FM Computer 4MB memory AdSpeed ST Accelerator US version - Tested For Sale
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Atari 520 ST FM Computer 4MB memory AdSpeed ST Accelerator US version - Tested:
Working Atari ST 520 STFM Computer with 4 MB memory and an AdSpeed ST accelerator chip. This thing is a piece of hacking Art (see pictures). Each memory chip has been replaced and hand wired to allow it to work on the ST. Bring the total memory from the normal 512KB up to 4 MB. A toggle switch in the upper right corner of the case switches to the accelerated mode. I have not been able to confirm it goes to accelerated mode as I don't have a way to test the actual speed.
This is a US version that uses 120v power. The Floppy disk has been cleaned and lubricated, but the disk eject spring is weak so the disk does not pop out of the drive as far as it should.
All keys on the keyboard are working. It passed the RAM, Keyboard, Video, and Sound test.
The power supply has been Recapped and has a new voltage regulator transistor.
The case states this is a model 520STFM. Atari 520ST with FM in the name comes with an internal (F) floppy drive (single sided) and a RF (M) modulator allowing it to be used with a TV. However there is no RF modulator inside so you will need an Atari video cable to hook it to a TV or monitor.
Case Condition: The case has a hole in one side and there are holes in the top grill were a fan was once mounted. The is also a repair an the left side, See Pictures
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