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Hardware News   Hardware News : Motorola 68060 CPU Holiday Special
   posted by Anonymous on 4-Dec-2002 21:02:27 (1624 reads)
Vernal Elm LLC (http://www.vernalelm.com) is offering a holiday sale price on Motorola 68060 50MHz processors that is good until December 31, 2002. They are only $85 each (very reasonable).

The CPUs are full versions (MMU/FPU), so they're the right kind for Amiga accelerators, systems, etc., and are cheap enough to pick up a spare. They also include a 30-day unconditional return guarantee, which is also nice.
    

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Re: Motorola 68060 CPU Holiday Special
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Many days I dream about having this CPU in my Miggy, but it so far has never been realized. Oh well, WinUAE is a lot faster anyway I suppose!


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