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  1. I recently acquired a Total Systems Mercury 030 accelerator from another MLA'r... it had the default configuration and works perfectly in my SE - now SE/030! I'd like to try it out in my Plus, which I know it supports. However, I can't find any documentation on how to set the jumpers and connect the Mercury to my Plus logic board. I know I'll need to solder some headers onto the 68000 (my Mercury has socket headers, so I just need pins on the 68000), and I believe I have to tap into the oscillator on the Plus logic board and possibly also 5V power... Does anyone out
  2. We're in luck! Reactivemicro.com is going to make more of the Transwarp GS accelerator clones this summer and they are taking pre-orders now at TranswarpGS pre-order ! Placed an order (i hapened to have money after selling other retro stuff) and can't really wait to get in hold of one. These cards (originals) are getting really expensive in order to regular hobbyists buying them and i believe, modern clone, is more long lasting than original from the 80's. OK, those might be more collectable of cause but..
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