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  1. SuperMac Spectrum Power•1152 graphics card with weird red artefacts (the HD icon labels) that appear after being connected to an AppleColor High-Resolution RGB Monitor for 5–10 min. (The card works great with an Apple Studio Display.) Sound familiar?
  2. I purchased this lot just because it was a working IIfx which I've wanted for a while but they don't float by often enough. Turns out this included a second dead IIfx from a PRAM battery explosion. I was not prepared for how large the also-included SuperMac 19" Trinitron was, but I should have known better with how well it fits above the massive Mac II series I'll attempt to repair that one as well as generally re-cap both boards. Both machines included a SuperMac video card (different models) and a third SuperMac video card was included New-in-Box It came
  3. I have been fortunate to acquire some very awesome Radius/SuperMac cards this year. Here are some of the Thunders. First one is a new old stock SuperMac Thunder II GX 1600 - COMPLETE! Next up is a Radius Thunder IV GX 1600, the card to finish up my Radius System 100 dream. Followed by the little baby brother, the Radius Thunder 24 GT 1152, note the missing vram: Next up is classic yet trusty SuperMac Thunder II GX 1360, but this one predates the GX moniker. I have not even tried this card yet. To top of the Thund
  4. I had a bit of an impulse buy today. It's been a very, very, very long time since I bought anything 68k Mac related. Browsing eBay I ran into a fairly cheap SuperMac VideoSpigot for $17 with shipping included. I have two different SuperMac Nubus video cards so I thought this would pair well with either of them. The price was certainly right! Old video capture stuff has always interested me even if I don't have any practical use for it. It's just cool. Lately to escape the troubles and trials of life I have been working on my old computers, selling what I do not need and keeping what matter
  5. Looking for someone to burn me a couple of Spectrum/24 PDQ+ V3.1 ROMs (I have the ROM dump)
  6. What kind of card is this? Please se attached files. Bw, Kristian
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