WTB:FPU 68882 PGA 50MHZ

WTB:FPU 68882 PGA 50MHZ

Post by George Katini » Mon, 19 Aug 1996 04:00:00



I want to buy a 68882/50MHZ PGA type FPU for use with my Blizzard card..

George(TM).....Blizzard 1230IV:68030/50 10MB RAM

 
 
 

WTB:FPU 68882 PGA 50MHZ

Post by MICHAEL F. SMI » Mon, 19 Aug 1996 04:00:00


: I want to buy a 68882/50MHZ PGA type FPU for use with my Blizzard card..

Try checking in Mac magazines, since they use the same type fpu's, you
can usually find really good prices for them there.

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WTB:FPU 68882 PGA 50MHZ

Post by Jesse Hausn » Mon, 19 Aug 1996 04:00:00



>: I want to buy a 68882/50MHZ PGA type FPU for use with my Blizzard card..
>Try checking in Mac magazines, since they use the same type fpu's, you
>can usually find really good prices for them there.

Macs never went that high in MHz. The max was 33MHz I believe. Just look at adds
from Amiga stores in either the UK or the USA. There are plenty there...I think
you will be looking at around $100-110 US. I am not sure though...
 
 
 

WTB:FPU 68882 PGA 50MHZ

Post by R T Dham » Tue, 20 Aug 1996 04:00:00




> >: I want to buy a 68882/50MHZ PGA type FPU for use with my Blizzard card..

> you will be looking at around $100-110 US. I am not sure though...

I bought one from Software Hut a few months back for $79 US.  That was the
best price I could find.

Rick

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WTB:FPU 68882 PGA 50MHZ

Post by Joseph Waldvog » Wed, 21 Aug 1996 04:00:00



>>: I want to buy a 68882/50MHZ PGA type FPU for use with my Blizzard card..
>>Try checking in Mac magazines, since they use the same type fpu's, you
>>can usually find really good prices for them there.
>Macs never went that high in MHz. The max was 33MHz I believe. Just look at
>adds from Amiga stores in either the UK or the USA. There are plenty
>there...I think you will be looking at around $100-110 US. I am not sure
>though...

Well I bought my 50Mzh 68882 FPU from 1 of the Mac's Mag, and there
MUCH cheaper then you can get from some Amiga Mail Order Place by FAR,
at least when I bought mine a couple years ago.  I think there's going
for around $70 now the last I've heard.  Prices can very quite a bit.
 
 
 

WTB:FPU 68882 PGA 50MHZ

Post by Ruud Dingema » Thu, 22 Aug 1996 04:00:00


In a message of 18 Aug 96 Jesse Hausner wrote to All:

 >> Try checking in Mac magazines, since they use the same type fpu's, you
can
 >> usually find really good prices for them there.

 JH> Macs never went that high in MHz. The max was 33MHz I believe. Just

Hm? The IIfx had a 40 MHz 030, the 840av had a 40 MHz 040, the last
step before going PowerPC. Speeds went up as high as Motorola could
supply at the time, I guess. Same thing now, basically - Power
Computings' 225 604e PPC Mac clone is just about the fastest
single-chip pc on earth.

Regards, Ruud

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