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khayoz 
Re: Thanks from redfox
Posted on 8-Sep-2022 23:36:54
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From: Stockholm, Sweden

@redfox

So did I, christmas 2004 I bought my A1 with AmigaOS 4.0 Developer Prerelease.
Still got it today and it's working fine with a new Noctua CPU fan and 1GB Ram.
I wish there was a hacky kinda way to replace gfx ram chips for 128MB or 256MB chips.

But it's still a very nice machine, most stable of the SE, XE, A1 family.


EDIT: To all of you that has an A1XE with original thermalpad, aluminium heatsink and fan thats louder than Slayer! Change it now! I did that with my XE and went from a CPU temp of 75 celsius to 35 celsius. Copper heatsink with real thermal grease and a Noctua fan will give a silent and much cooler CPU ---> Rock Steady AmigaOS.

Last edited by khayoz on 09-Sep-2022 at 12:45 AM.

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Re: Thanks from redfox
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@redfox

Quote:

redfox wrote:
Update...

I began my OS4 journey in 2004.

MicroA1 with IBM PowerPC 750 GX CPU, 256 MB RAM, onboard Radeon 7000 graphics

A


I guess only few of us guessed nearly 20 years ago that those NG systems of that days would still be in use today. I mean when I got my Pegasos in 2003 I retired my then 18 years old Frankenamiga 1200PPC/BVIsion/InfinityZII - I felt that such on old machine was just not reliable... My Pegasos is now 19 years old - and still running (albeit a G5 has taken over the everyday job).

The years somehow rushed through in a breeze...

Glad to hear you stil enjoy. Keep us updated!

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