I will ship to EU but it's not cheap i'm afraid, i have been getting crazy quotes for shipping costs.
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Late spec motherboard 32Mhz CPU and 32Mhz FPU (no daughterboard)
RAM: Total 65536 Kb TT-RAM, 4096Kb ST-RAM
Disk: Internal 1Gb CompactFlash, 256Mb SD Card (UltraSatan)
ROM: TOS 3.06UK
FDD: Standard Atari 3.5" 1.44Mb High Density
Keyboard: Swedish Keyboard (UK keyboard also included)
Case is in good condition, a few minor scratches but nothing broken, it is slightly yellowed as they all do. There has been a slight modification to the area around the ACSI port to allow UltraSatan cable through into the drive bay.
Ad-ons & Modifications:
TKR CrazyDots II VME Video Card:
Very rare TKR CrazyDots II VME video card, has 1mb video ram for resolutions upto 1024x768 in 256 colours. Uses the Tseng Labs ET4000 chipset. Output is to standard VGA connection. The included configuration file provides most VESA standard resolutions & timings for use with any CRT or TFT screen with a VGA connection.
CompactFlash / SCSI Conversion:
The original internal SCSI hard disk was removed and exchanged for a compact flash card with the use of a SCSI->IDE converter and a compact flash adaptor mounted to the original drive bay. This provides a faster, cheaper, quieter, cooler and more upgradeable solution than using old SCSI drives. It only takes a few seconds to open the drive bay and swap the CF card for an alternative. Generally i used SanDisk cards of upto 8Gb (The maximum size for TT).
Original UltraSatan SD Card Drive:
Genuine UltraSatan drive modified to be mounted alongside the CompactFlash adaptor in the drive bay, offers two SD Card slots to easily transfer files between the TT and other computers. The UltraSatan is powered by the internal Atari power supply and connects to the ACSI port.
Catch Computer MegTT TT-RAM Expansion Board:
Popular TT-RAM expansion board, populated with 4 rare 16Mb 30Pin SIMMs for a total of 64Mb of TT-RAM (FastRam).
Atari 4Mb ST-RAM Expansion Board:
Standard Atari issue ST-RAM expansion board with 4Mb ST-RAM.
Home-brew 40Mhz FPU Speeder:
Simple modification to improve floating-point processing, clocks FPU at 40Mhz instead of 32Mhz. It is switchable between 32 and 40mhz and easily removed if you dont wish to have this modification.
The original Atari PSU was stripped out and the internals replaced with a good quality PC style ATX 'Flex' PSU (200Watt), this offered much greater reliability and power regulation than the original unit. The PSU is completly self-contained in the original Atari metal enclosure offering a simple plug-and-go solution. The internal fan was also replaced with a new quieter version.
The only software included with the sale is the original NVDI3 for use with the CrazyDots video card under standard TOS/GEM.
The included 1Gb CompactFlash card is configured to boot using ICD Pro driver, NVDI is setup and configured and will boot into standard TOS/GEM in high resolution.
EtherNAT NE2000 Card + Enclosure. NE2000 network card and adaptor for connection to the TT's cartridge expansion port, under the correct operating system will allow connection to TCP/IP network & the internet.
Optical Mouse, Atari/Amiga switchable, requires a special reflective mouse mat which is included.
See my website for additional information: http://www.mr2.net/marknias/atari_tt030.html