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Codex Alpe Adria pictures online
Posted on 3-Jul-2006 7:44:36
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Enjoy

http://0xaa.org/2006/gallery/

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Re: Codex Alpe Adria pictures online
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whats this....

http://0xaa.org/2006/gallery/gfx/IMG_9480.jpg

anychance you could add a few comments to the pictures

??

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Re: Codex Alpe Adria pictures online
Posted on 3-Jul-2006 7:51:29
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@JurassicC

I have a little idea, but i am not the right people to ask.

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@JurassicC

Maybe it is "Jessica"?

For sure it isn't Moana or S-Project (Samantha).

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Re: Codex Alpe Adria pictures online
Posted on 3-Jul-2006 7:57:10
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@ikir

The family is growing.....

Another beautiful shot

http://it.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/olatv1979/detail?.dir=/9026re2&.dnm=7b7fre2.jpg

Thank you amitv!




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Re: Codex Alpe Adria pictures online
Posted on 3-Jul-2006 8:07:29
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and another...


http://it.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/olatv1979/detail?.dir=/9026re2&.dnm=3a73re2.jpg&.src=ph

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Posted on 3-Jul-2006 8:13:24
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The EP440C single board computer is a flexible and capable development system for the AMCC PowerPC 440EP and 440GR processors. The EP440C board enables rapid prototyping and development of vertical solutions by combining the power of the AMCC PowerPC 440EP and 440GR processors with numerous expansion and debug options. It includes a PCI slot, serial, USB, and Ethernet interfaces for rapid prototyping of systems using standard peripheral components. In addition a full suite of software including a bootloader, flash programmer, and several operating systems ensures that building a system will be greatly simplified.

The AMCC 440EP and 440GR processors are highly integrated, powerful, and low power PowerPC cores. The 440EP runs at speeds up to 533MHz, while the 440GR can go as high as 667MHz and both include double precision floating point units, DDR memory interfaces, and integrated Ethernet, USB, UART, I2C, SPI, and PCI interfaces. The combination of high performance, integrated peripherals, and low power consumption make the AMCC 440EP and 440GR ideal for embedded industrial, medical, and networking applications.

Feature Summary
Processor: AMCC PowerPC 440EP up to 533MHz or 440GR up to 667MHz
RAM: 256MB DDR RAM
FLASH: 64MB
NVRAM: Up to 512kB with Real Time Clock
Ethernet: 2 x 10/100
Serial Ports: 2 x RS-232
USB: USB 2.0 Device, USB 1.1 Host with 440EP processor
Expansion: PCI slot, I2C/SPI header
I2C Devices: Serial EEPROM, Temperature Sensor
Power Supply: 5V Wall Cube
Form Factor: 5(in) x 7(in)
Debug: JTAG and RISCTrace with Mictor Connectors for Green Hills Super Trace Probe.

Taken from http://www.embeddedplanet.com/products/ep440.asp

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Posted on 3-Jul-2006 15:35:03
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@L8-X
Assuming this thing ever saw OS4 on it...it's a moto ref board equivalent (IOW, Efika). Note the lack of sockets for additional RAM..

Might be ok if it was quite cheap though.

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Re: Codex Alpe Adria pictures online
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I was thinking that you all were talking more along the lines of :
http://0xaa.org/2006/gallery/gfx/IMG_9227.jpg

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Posted on 3-Jul-2006 19:15:33
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Whoa! Women go to those??

I should go next time!

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Posted on 3-Jul-2006 20:42:23
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@wegster

These little type of boards, if cheap enough might interest some people, sadly I'm not one of them.

Too underpowered and not expandable enough for me.

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@AmigaBlitter
What is this thing??

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@Tomas

One of the three babes.

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Re: Codex Alpe Adria pictures online
Posted on 4-Jul-2006 9:19:42
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@JurassicC

This is my hobby, I'm playing with an AMCC reference board.
It's interesting to see how this little board has a memory speed access almost twice than the current AmigaOne boards

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Re: Codex Alpe Adria pictures online
Posted on 6-Jul-2006 12:15:48
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other pics

http://horde.untergrund.net/branco/0xaa_pics/

Thank you again, amitv



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Re: Codex Alpe Adria pictures online
Posted on 6-Jul-2006 12:40:23
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movies link

http://www.esnips.com/web/amitvsBusinessFiles


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Re: Codex Alpe Adria pictures online
Posted on 7-Jul-2006 12:49:03
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This is a family site, posting links to erotic sites is not permitted.

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@pixie

so.. i'm not the only one that prefer this knind of motherboards...............................

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Re: Codex Alpe Adria pictures online
Posted on 7-Jul-2006 19:25:25
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@full

Could you explain the connection between this link and the Codex Alpe Adria show?
Quote:
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#6


Please don't quote dubious links, just hit the "report" button.

Cheers

L8-X

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Indeed not :D

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