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2002 - The AmigaOne SE G3

Technical Specifications:
Form Factor Std ATX (305x244)
CPU 750CXe
CPU speed 600MHz
CPU upgradable No
CPU socket No
CPU cooling Passive
FSB 133MHz
Memory slots 2 x DIMM
Memory type SDRAM
Memory specification Registered 133
Memory maximum 2GB
Memory onboard 0
Northbridge Articia 'S' with fix
Southbridge VIA 82C686B
PCI 33 MHz 4 Slots
PCI 66MHz 1 Slot
Onboard graphics none
Graphics outputs n/a
Audio onboard AMR slot
AGP sSlots 1
AGP speed 2x
IDE controller VIA 686B ATA100
IDE headers 2 x 40 way
I/O expansion none
Firewire IEEE1394 none
Ethernet chip 3COM 820C 10/100
USB mode 1.1
USB ports 2 back plate+2 headers
PS2 ports Keyboard + mouse
Serial ports 2 x 16650 equiv.
Parallel port 1 x EPP/ECP
IRDA port On header
Firmware PPCBoot + OS4 enabler
O/S capability LinuxPPC + OS4

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The 600MHz G3-based AmigaOne G3-SE was the first of the motherboards to be released, however after the above information was published, Eyetech announced that due to "not being able to source an AMR card at a sensible price" the initial AmigaOne SE motherboard would not be so equipped. They went on to say that they will be shipped with (small,quiet) cpu fans and modified ATX I/O backplates, presumably to line up with the holes in the case. This means that these Motherboards needed to have a sound card added.

Disclaimer: Amiga Auckland have prepared the above information for the use of its members based on our experiences and as such is subject to revision at any time. Amiga Auckland cannot guarantee any of the information and cannot be held accountable for any issues that may result from using it.

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Revised: September 26, 2005.