A500 Accelerators

ID #3105

GVP (Great Valley Products): A530

Connection: Side Expansion Slot

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GVP A530, front
GVP A530, front

GVP A530, back
GVP A530, back

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Hi Res Version, GVP A530, front - 82K
A530 full MMU (by user) - 1211K
Image of GVP A530 motherboard, front. - 196K
Image of GVP A530 motherboard, back - 207K
Hi Res Version, GVP A530, back - 52K
- 1318K
GVP A530 without cover, front - 83K
Image of another GVP 530 unit - 20K
GVP A530 without cover, back - 60K
Image of the GVP 530 interior - 32K
Image of the GVP 530 286 connector - 26K

Processor:EC030@40Mhz, 030@40Mhz or 030@50Mhz
FPU:Optional 68882 (PGA) at the same frequency as the processor.
MMU:None in EC030 version, Internal in other versions.
Max Ram:8MB
Ram Type: 2 x 64pin GVP SIMM slots.

The GVP A530 contains two GVP 64pin SIMM slots but please note that GVP 64pin SIMMs are not necessarily the same, or compatible with several other 64pin SIMM formats that exist. When adding RAM to the GVP A530 you can use either 1MB SIMMs or 4MB SIMMs, but you cannot mix them. The GVP A530 also has a built in SCSI controller, providing an internal 50pin SCSI connector and an external DB25 SCSI connector. A hard drive can also be physically mounted inside the case. The GVP 530 also has a connector for attaching an optional 286 PC emulator.

Jumper Settings

JumperOpenClosed
J1MMU Enabled (Default)MMU Disabled
J2Turbo Mode OffTurbo Mode On
J3Cache Enabled (Default)Cache Disabled
J4ReservedReserved (Default)
J5Reserved (Default)Reserved
J6ReservedReserved (Default)
J7Reserved (Default)Reserved
J8SCSI ROMN/A
J9Auto Boot DisabledAuto Boot Enabled (default)
J10Reserved (Default)Reserved
J11RAM Installed (Default)No RAM Installed
J12Reserved (Default)Reserved
J131MB SIMMs installed (Default)4MB SIMMs installed
CN14For Fan Connection ONLYDO NOT SHORT
CN16Reserved (Default)Reserved

JumperPins1&2 shortedPins2&3 shorted
CN7Reserved (Default)Reserved
CN8ReservedReserved (Default)
CN11ReservedReserved (Default)
CN18Reserved (Default)Reserved

For GVP A530's, the MMU Jumper (J1) should be set to enabled for full 030's and disabled for EC030s.

Contributions to this page by:
Chris - CLS2086, Gary Bliter, Granada, Greg Scott (National Amiga), Jan Pedersen, RiWa & Friends

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Last update: 2009-01-25 13:41
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