Okay, so one of the things I always thought was necessary when getting a new Amiga, was an RTG graphics card. It just seems essential unless your Amiga is only to be used for ancient games or demos.
I’ve noticed over the past few years that even the cheapest, lowest level RTG card carries a premium price online. I’m not the only one and here is one of the DIY graphics card I’ve seen.
This guy takes you on his journey, discovering what is needed to make a Picasso96-compatible video card for this Amiga 2000. It seems he’s getting close to completion and will be taking orders for prebuilt cards as well as kits to build one yourself.
Enjoy the ride:
Click –> here <– to read.
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