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The Atari ST: Technology so advanced, it's affordable

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Not my listing; item 283954665334. Currently has one bid at $1500 US.

外围体育投注Mods, if this is against the rules please delete with my apologies.

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I'm contemplating building an "ultimate" Atari ST to add to my collection, with as many bells and whistles as I can find. I am finding it a bit difficult to determine which are compatible and which just won't work together.

外围体育投注As I want an ST form factor, not a desktop one (and I don't want to break the bank before even starting any mods) the STE seems like the best place to start, with a new PSU and 4MB RAM upgrade, probably from exxos as these have done me well in my "standard" 4160 upgrade. I have a spare SM124, and a SC1224, so I'll pick one, based on what I plan on doing with it.

The next thing that caught my eye is the MonSTer, to give me a ROM switcher, and internal IDE, which would probably be used for a CF card. Add in a RTC, as some of the uses I might have might depend on knowing the time. The final thing that's caught my eye is exxos' 32MHz booster, however this requires the fast ROM upgrade.

外围体育投注So I have a couple of questions. Firstly, does anyone happen to know if the 32MHz booster would be compatible with a MonSTer, rather than exxos's ROM switcher. Secondly, is there anything I've missed in my upgrade/mod plan?

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About Atari ST

外围体育投注The Atari ST is a home computer released by Atari Corporation in June 1985 and it was available commercially from that summer into the early 1990s. The "ST" officially stands for "Sixteen/Thirty-two," which referred to the Motorola 68000's 16-bit external bus and 32-bit internals. Due to its graphical user interface, it was jokingly referred to as the "Jackintosh," a reference to Jack Tramiel.

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外围体育投注The Atari TT030 is a member of the Atari ST family, originally intended to be a high end Unix workstation, however Atari took two years to release a port of Unix SVR4 for the TT, which prevented the TT from being seriously considered in its intended workstation market.

About Atari Falcon

外围体育投注The Atari Falcon 030 Computer System was Atari Corporation's final computer product. Codenamed Sparrow, the machine was based on a Motorola 68030 main CPU, and had a Motorola 56000 digital signal processor, a feature which distinguished it from most other microcomputers of the era.

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