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vampire:v500-v2plus:a2000 [2020/03/03 06:49]
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 The Vampire 500 is designed for the Amiga 500. It is designed to replace the 68000 CPU. Therefore, it plugs into the 68k CPU socket of the Amiga 500. Of course, the old 68000 CPU must be removed from this socket before plugging in the Vampire 500. The Vampire 500 is designed for the Amiga 500. It is designed to replace the 68000 CPU. Therefore, it plugs into the 68k CPU socket of the Amiga 500. Of course, the old 68000 CPU must be removed from this socket before plugging in the Vampire 500.
  
-The Vampire 500 can also be plugged into the on-board ​68K CPU socket of the **Amiga 2000**. Again, the old 68000 CPU must be removed from this socket before plugging in the Vampire 500. We know that the Vampire 500 works well in the Amiga 2000 if the installation is done correctly.+The Vampire 500 can also be plugged into the on-board ​68k CPU socket of the **Amiga 2000**. Again, the old 68000 CPU must be removed from this socket before plugging in the Vampire 500. We know that the Vampire 500 works well in the Amiga 2000 if the installation is done correctly.
  
 On both the Amiga 500 and the Amiga 2000, the Vampire 500 can be physically plugged into the 68k CPU socket in **only** one way. Accidentally plugging it in upside down is physically impossible. On both the Amiga 500 and the Amiga 2000, the Vampire 500 can be physically plugged into the 68k CPU socket in **only** one way. Accidentally plugging it in upside down is physically impossible.
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