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Commodore Amiga 4000/40

The Amiga 4000 is a computer system with a separate keyboard, internal power-supply, disk drive, hard disk and a motherboard. On the motherboard you will find a 32-bit Motorola 68040 processor and three co-processors: Lisa (video), Alice (memory, blitter and copper) and Paula (audio and I/O). De A4000 has the AGA or the Advanced Graphics Architecture Chip Set.
By using different processors for specific tasks the Amigas are very efficient and quick.
The Amiga 4000 is designed for business, graphical and video applications. The Amiga 4000 was targeted on the graphical and video market. The Amiga 4000 has several expansion slots and is standard equipped with 2 Mbyte of memory.

Inside this A4000 (revision D):
16 MByte Fast RAM
COMP SERV ScanDoubler v1.1
AlfaData Tandem CD-IDE rev 1.2
AlfaData Oktagon 2008 rev 7 with Quantum ProDrive LPD hard disk
MacroSystems VLab v1.0
Mitsumi CRMC-FX001D
2 x FDD


Motorola 68040

Processor frequency:

25 MHz


2 MByte Chip-RAM, 16 MByte (max) Fast-RAM, 512 kByte ROM


chr: 80 X 32
col: 262.144 (HAM)
pallet: 24 bit
pxl: 1280x 512
mob: 8


4 Voices (8 bit)


Serial, Parallel, Video (RGB), Audio, Keyboard, Mouse, Joystick, FFD, IDE, VGA, Zorro III, CPU-slot


380 x 125 x 39.5 mm (w x h x d)


Commodore / Amiga
Amiga 4000
Inside of the Commodore Amiga 4000/40.
Update: 2009-09-25 21:38:12