Commodore Amiga 2000 ECS 1mb Rev 6.2+ w/ Manuals NEW OLD STOCK DEALER FIND RARE For Sale

Commodore Amiga 2000 ECS 1mb Rev 6.2+  w/ Manuals NEW OLD STOCK DEALER FIND RARE

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Commodore Amiga 2000 ECS 1mb Rev 6.2+ w/ Manuals NEW OLD STOCK DEALER FIND RARE:

Hello Amiga Friends
Up for sale is a cool collectable Amiga item. THIS IS AN INCREDIBLE FIND! This is a New Old Stock Amiga 2000 computer with 1mb Chip Ram ECS Chipset 2.x Rom and is a Revision 6.2+ motherboard. This unit was in the Original Commodore factory NOS bag in a storage unit in an ex dealers storage, never saw the light of day. Pictures don't do it justice I've never seen an Amiga this new its incredible. You can see from the pic of the floppy drive the tabs are still there on the 3.5 in cover from the factory! Its so nice I was nervous handling it and tempted to keep it but cannot. The only flaw I could see was the outer metal of the Serial port was a little bit bent but won't interfere with port usage pretty minor, otherwise flawless. Tested as working as shown! Sold as is for parts due to age! Good luck and please see my other sales. Thank you. I bought out one of the last california commodore dealers storage and have tons of NOS and rare items being listed so please see my other sales. Great collectors item!
Unable to test other ports as I don't have hardware for it but I'm sure they are working fine as this thing has never been used by a human. I will also include some disks of workbench and games and utilities as well to get you going to have fun with your NEW Amiga! Also the ORIGINAL COMMODORE AMIGA 2000 MANUAL IS INCLUDED! This is your chance to own a NEW Amiga 2000 BUY IT NOW!! It will be professionally packaged and shipped and insured. ** NOTE if you are offerding international I am not responsible for any potential shipping issues that may arise from shipping a big heavy package worldwide. If that is not acceptable thanks for looking but please don't offer. I have many successful international sales. Thanks
Amiga 2000

TheAmiga 2000, orA2000, is apersonal computerreleased byCommodorein March 1987.[2][3][4]It was introduced as a "big box" expandable variant of theAmiga 1000but quickly redesigned to share most of its electronic components with the contemporaryAmiga 500for cost reduction. Expansion capabilities include two 3.5"drive bays(one of which is used by the includedfloppy drive) and one 5.25" bay that can be used by a 5.25" floppy drive (forIBM PCcompatibility), ahard drive, orCD-ROMonce they became available.

The Amiga 2000 is the first Amiga model that allows expansion cards to be added internally.SCSI host adapters,memory cards,CPU cards,network cards,graphics cards,serial portcards, andPC compatibilitycards were available, and multiple expansions can be used simultaneously without requiring an expansion cage like the Amiga 1000 does. Not only does the Amiga 2000 include fiveZorro IIcard slots, the motherboard also has fourPC ISAslots, two of which are inline with Zorro II slots for use with the A2088 bridgeboard, which addsIBM PC XTcompatibility to the A2000.

TheEnhanced Chip Set(ECS) is the second generation of theAmigacomputer's chipset, offering minor improvements over theoriginal chipset(OCS) design. ECS was introduced in 1990 with the launch of theAmiga 3000. Amigas produced from 1990 onwards featured a mix of OCS and ECS chips, such as later versions of theAmiga 500and theCommodore CDTV. Other ECS models were theAmiga 500+in 1991 and lastly theAmiga 600in 1992.

Notable improvements were theSuper Agnusand theHiResDenisechips. The sound and floppy controller chip,Paula, remained unchanged from the OCS design. Super Agnus supports 2MBofChip RAM, whereas the originalAgnus/Fat Agnusand subsequentFatter Agnuscan address 512KBand 1 MB, respectively. The ECS Denise chip offersProductivity(640×480 non-interlaced) andSuperHiRes(1280×200 or 1280×256) display modes (also available in interlaced mode), which are however limited to only 4 on-screen colors. Essentially, a 35nspixel mode was added plus the ability to run arbitrary horizontal and vertical scan rates. This made other display modes possible, but only the aforementioned modes were supported originally out of the box. For example, the Linux Amiga framebuffer device driver allows the use of several other display modes. Other improvements were the ability of the blitter to copy regions larger than 1024×1024 pixels in one operation and the ability to display sprites in border regions (outside of any display window where bitplanes are shown). ECS also allows software switching between 60Hz and 50Hz video modes.

  • 512 kB RAM
  • rev 5 (1987) and before: sixteen 256k×1 DIPs
  • rev 6 (1988) and after: four 256k×4 DIPs
  • battery backed up clock
  • rechargeable Ni-Cad battery
  • metal shield
  • connects to the trapdoor slot

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