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Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1994
Amiga
A1200
Interface
trapdoor slot
Autoconfig ID
8512 / 6
  • 4 MB 80 ns RAM on board (eight DIP chips)
  • expandable to 8 MB with the Add-4 Board via the 62 pin expansion port
  • optional PLCC FPU, 68881 / 68882 @ 14, 20 - 40 MHz
    • without an oscillator the FPU can run only at 14 MHz
    • with a suitable oscillator installed, it can run between 20 and 40 MHz
  • battery backed up clock - it was optional on earlier revisions
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1200 / 4 - Board with clock  front side
Board with clock, front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1200 / 4 - Board without clock  front side
Board without clock, front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1200 / 4 - Board without clock  back side
Board without clock, back side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1200 / 4 - Board with clock  front side
Board with clock, front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1200 / 4 - Board with clock  back side
Board with clock, back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1994
Amiga
A1200
Interface
trapdoor slot
Autoconfig ID
8512 / 6,12
    processor
  • 68EC020 @ 28 MHz QFP
  • optional PLCC FPU, 68881 @ 14 MHz - 68882 @ 40 MHz
    memory
  • 4 MB 70 ns RAM on board (eight DIP chips)
  • expandable to 8 MB with special Add-4 Board
    notes
  • disable switch
  • battery backed up clock

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1993
Amiga
A1200
Interface
trapdoor slot
Autoconfig ID
8512 / 11,13
    processor
  • 68EC030 @ 40 MHz, QFP
  • optional FPU, PLCC and PGA sockets - can be clocked synchronously or asynchronously with the 68030 up to 50 MHz
    memory
  • two 72 pin SIMM sockets accept 64 MB RAM
  • supports 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 MB SIMMs
  • hardware maprom - no need for MMU
    notes
  • optional Fast SCSI 2 controller (FAS216) with DB25 external connector, supported by NetBSD and OpenBSD
  • battery backed up clock
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1230 -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1230 -  back side
back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1994
Amiga
A1200
Interface
trapdoor slot
Autoconfig ID
8512 / 11,13
    processor
  • 68EC030 @ 40 MHz or 68030 @ 50 MHz PGA
  • optional FPU, PLCC and PGA sockets - can be clocked synchronously or asynchronously with the 68030 up to 50 MHz
    memory
  • two 72 pin SIMM sockets accept 64 MB RAM
  • supports 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 MB SIMMs
  • hardware maprom - no need for MMU
    notes
  • optional Fast SCSI 2 controller (FAS216) with DB25 external connector, supported by NetBSD and OpenBSD
  • battery backed up clock
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1230 II -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1230 II -  back side
back side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1230 II - Blizzard SCSI Kit II  front side
Blizzard SCSI Kit II, front side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1995
Amiga
A1200
Interface
trapdoor slot
Autoconfig ID
8512 / 11,13
    processor
  • 68EC030 @ 40 MHz or 68030 @ 50 MHz PGA
  • optional 68882 @ 25 / 33 / 50 MHz PGA
    memory
  • one 72 pin SIMM socket accepts 32 MB RAM
  • hardware maprom
    notes
  • optional Fast SCSI 2 controller (Photo)
  • battery backed up clock
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1230 III -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1230 III -  back side
back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1995
Amiga
A1200
Interface
trapdoor slot
Autoconfig ID
8512 / 17
    processor
  • 68030 @ 50 MHz PGA
  • optional 68882 @ 50 MHz PGA
    memory
  • one 72 pin SIMM socket accepts up to 128 MB, 60-70 ns RAM
  • maprom selectable by jumper
  • automatic RAM size detection
    optional Fast SCSI 2 DMA controller (Photo)
  • 7 MB/s asynchronous, 10 MB/s synchronous transfer speed
  • additional 72 pin SIMM socket accepts up to 128 MB RAM
  • external DB25 female SCSI connector
  • supported by Linux, NetBSD and OpenBSD
    notes
  • can be disabled with a simple keystroke
  • battery backed up clock
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1230 IV -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1230 IV -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1230 IV -  back side
back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1995
Amiga
A1200
Interface
trapdoor slot
Autoconfig ID
8512 / 17
    processor
  • 68040 @ 40 MHz / 68060 @ 50 MHz
    • the 68040s are recycled from used Macs
    memory
  • one 72 pin SIMM socket accepts up to 64 MB RAM, 70 ns or faster
  • only single sided SIMMs fit
  • automatic SIMM size detection
  • maprom selectable by jumper
    optional Fast SCSI 2 DMA controller (Photo)
  • 7 MB/s asynchronous, 10 MB/s synchronous transfer speed
  • additional 72 pin SIMM socket accepts 128 MB RAM
  • external DB25 female SCSI connector
  • supported by Linux, NetBSD and OpenBSD
    notes
  • can be disabled with a simple keystroke, including SCSI and RAM
  • battery backed up clock
  • incompatible with the Squirrel SCSI interface and with the Mikronik towers
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1240 ERC & 1260 -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1240 ERC & 1260 -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1240 ERC & 1260 -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 1240 ERC & 1260 -  back side
back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1996
Amiga
A2000
Interface
CPU slot
Autoconfig ID
8512 / 24
    processor
  • 68040 @ 40 MHz / 68060 @ 50 MHz
    • the 68040s are recycled from used Macs
    memory
  • four 72 pin SIMM sockets accept 128 MB RAM
  • supports 4, 8, 16, 32 MB SIMMs, 70 ns or faster
  • fully autoconfiguring
  • maprom selectable by jumper
    Fast SCSI 2 DMA controller
  • 7 MB/s asynchronous, 10 MB/s synchronous transfer speed
  • 50 pin internal header
  • 50 pin external connector
  • supported by Linux, NetBSD and OpenBSD
    notes
  • 68000 fallback mode selectable with a simple keystroke at startup - works only with rev. B A2000s
  • Blizzard 2040 ERC boards with SN# A400001 - A400094 were delivered with a defective DiagROM
    • the 68040 processor is recognized as 68LC040 or 68EC040
    • boards with these serial numbers had to be sent back to Phase5 to obtain a new DiagROM set including a new SCSI driver
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 2040 ERC & 2060 -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 2040 ERC & 2060 -  back side
back side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 2040 ERC & 2060 -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 2040 ERC & 2060 -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 2040 ERC & 2060 -  back side
back side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard 2040 ERC & 2060 -  back side
back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1995
Amiga
A3000, A4000
Interface
CPU slot
    processor
  • 68030 @ 40 / 50 MHz PGA
  • optional PGA FPU up to 68882 @ 50 MHz
    notes
  • no memory option - but it has faster motherboard RAM access than that of the A3640

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1992
Amiga
CDTV
Interface
68000 socket
Autoconfig ID
8512 /
  • 68000 @ 14 MHz, QFP
  • 2 MB RAM
  • sixteen 1M×1, 70 ns SOJ chips
  • connects into the 68000 socket
  • the board was never released
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard CDTV -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard CDTV -  back side
back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1998
Amiga
A1200
Interface
trapdoor slot
Autoconfig ID
8512 / 110
    processor
  • PowerPC 603e @ 160 / 200 / 240 MHz
  • 68LC040 or 68040 @ 25 MHz or 68060 @ 50 MHz
    • can be ordered without a 680x0 companion CPU to fit an existing one into the socket
  • 50, 60 or 66 MHz PowerPC bus
    memory
  • two 72 pin SIMM sockets accept 128 MB RAM
  • supports 4, 8, 16, 32, 64 MB, 60 or 70 ns SIMMs
  • automatic SIMM size detection
  • SIMM sizes can be mixed but must have the same access speed
  • 32 bit RAM access - the 64 bit access mode of the 603e is not utilized
    notes
  • 603e Plus has Fast SCSI2 controller (NCR 53C710)
  • MiniDB50 internal, Centronics 50HD external SCSI connector
  • expansion slot for the BlizzardVision PPC
  • FlashROM for the PPC startup software
  • can be disabled with a simple keystroke
  • supported by Linux
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard PPC / 603e & 603e Plus -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard PPC / 603e & 603e Plus -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard PPC / 603e & 603e Plus -  back side
back side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard PPC / 603e & 603e Plus -  back side
back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1995
Amiga
A1200
Interface
Blizzard 1230 III
    SCSI controller
  • the optional Fast SCSI 2 DMA controller for the Blizzard 1230 III processor card
  • Qlogic FAS408 controller IC
  • external DB25 SCSI connector
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard SCSI Kit III -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard SCSI Kit III -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard SCSI Kit III -  back side
back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1996
Amiga
A1200
Interface
Blizzard 1230 IV / 1260
    SCSI controller
  • the optional Fast SCSI 2 DMA controller for the Blizzard 1230 IV and Blizzard 1240/1260 processor cards
  • Qlogic FAS216 controller IC
  • 7 MB/s asynchronous, 10 MB/s synchronous transfer speed
  • additional 72 pin SIMM socket accepts up to 128 MB RAM
  • external DB25 female SCSI connector
  • supported by Linux, NetBSD and OpenBSD
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard SCSI Kit IV - with cable front side
with cable, front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard SCSI Kit IV -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard SCSI Kit IV -  back side
back side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard SCSI Kit IV -  front side
front side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1992
Amiga
A500, A2000
Interface
68000 socket
Autoconfig ID
8512 / 1,2
    processor
  • 68000 @ 14 MHz
    memory
  • sixteen DIP sockets accept 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 8 MB RAM
  • supports 256k×4 or 1M×4, 100 ns DIPs
  • accepts DIPs in groups of four
  • DIP sizes can be mixed
    Shadow RAM
  • optional 512 kB SRAM for Kickstart remapping
  • four DIP sockets for 256k×4 chips
    notes
  • connects to the 68000's socket
  • software switchable 7 MHz fallback mode
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard Turbo Memory -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard Turbo Memory -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Blizzard Turbo Memory -  back side
back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1998
Amiga
A1200
Interface
Blizzard PPC
    RTG graphics card
  • 3D Labs & Texas Instruments: Permedia 2
    • 230 MHz RAMDAC
    • 24 bit resolutions can be packed to achieve higher refresh rates and less memory usage but slows down graphics operations
    • 145 MHz dot clock in 24 bit packed pixel modes
    • 100 MHz in 32 bit modes
    • 80 million textured 3D pixels per second
    • hardware accelerated rendering functions: z-buffering, gouraud shading, fogging, blending, antialiasing
    • support for color space conversion, chroma keying, XY scaling
  • 25 MHz local PCI bus
  • 8 MB 64 bit wide SGRAM
    screen modes
  • programmable resolutions
  • no support for interlace screen modes
  • 1280×1024×24 non-interlace
  • 1600×1200×16 non-interlace
    notes
  • the CPU board requires a flash ROM update
  • no support for draggable screens
  • CyberGraphX 3 & 4.1 drivers
  • 15 pin DSUB connector
  • 4 pin 3D shutter glass connector
  • a large hole gives access to the floppy power and LED cable headers on the motherboard but not the clock port
  • no monitor switch
  • supported by Linux
Phase 5 Digital Products BlizzardVision PPC - Phase 5 BlizzardVision PPC  front side
Phase 5 BlizzardVision PPC, front side
Phase 5 Digital Products BlizzardVision PPC - DCE BlizzardVision PPC  front side
DCE BlizzardVision PPC, front side
Phase 5 Digital Products BlizzardVision PPC - DCE BlizzardVision PPC  back side
DCE BlizzardVision PPC, back side
Phase 5 Digital Products BlizzardVision PPC - Phase 5 BlizzardVision PPC  back side
Phase 5 BlizzardVision PPC, back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1994,1995
Amiga
A4000
Interface
CPU slot
Autoconfig ID
8512 / 11,12
    processor
  • 68040 @ 40 MHz (1994) or 68060 @ 50 MHz (1995)
    modular design
  • carrier board
    • holds the CPU-, memory-, SCSI- or I/O boards
    • two ROM sockets for the motherboard ROMs
  • CPU board
    • holds the CPU and the optional 2nd level cache
    • only this board has to be replaced in order to use an other CPU
    • max. clock speed is 80 MHz
  • memory board
    • four 72 pin SIMM sockets can accept 128 MB RAM
    • supports 4, 8, 16, 32 MB SIMMs
    • burst RAM access
    • mounted vertically on the carrier board
  • optional 512 kB 2nd level cache module
  • optional Fast SCSI 2 board
    • FAS216 controller IC
    • transfer speed: 7 MB/s asynchronous, 10 MB/s synchronous
    • 50 pin internal header
    • MiniDB50 external connector
    • active bus termination
    • SCSI Direct compatible
    • supported by Linux and NetBSD
  • optional I/O board
    • Fast SCSI 2 with the same specs as above
    • 10BaseT Ethernet port, 10 MB/s
    • RS232 serial port, 2 MBaud/s
    notes
  • may not work with the Retina Z3 graphics board
  • cannot map the ROM into fast RAM
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm - Assembled expansion front side
Assembled expansion, front side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm - Board with components front side
Board with components, front side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm - CyberSCSI  module front side
CyberSCSI module, front side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm - Assembled expansion with CyberSCSI  front side
Assembled expansion with CyberSCSI, front side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm - Assembled expansion with CyberSCSI  back side
Assembled expansion with CyberSCSI, back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1996
Amiga
A3000, A4000
Interface
CPU slot
Autoconfig ID
8512 / 25
    processor
  • 68040 @ 40 MHz or 68060 @ 50 MHz
    • the 68040s are recycled from used Macs
    • the board is ready for 68060 @ 66 MHz
    memory
  • four 72 pin SIMM sockets can accept 128 MB RAM
  • supports 4, 8, 16, 32 MB SIMMs, 70 ns
  • onboard logic maps any combinations of SIMMs into one contiguous block without the need of jumpers
  • burst mode RAM access
  • improved access to chip RAM using a write buffer
  • RAM access is 70 ns even with 60 ns SIMMs
    optional Fast SCSI 2 module - CyberSCSI Mk2
  • does not fit mechanically into a desktop A3000
  • 32 bit DMA engine - FAS216
  • max 10 MB/s transfer speed
  • 50 pin internal header
  • autoboot capability
  • requires the INT2 signal which is not present in the A3000's CPU slot
  • the module itself is not equipped with termination resistors; they are placed on a separate PCB which houses the external 50 pin micro-D SCSI connector
  • this automatic resistor finds out on its own whether it is the last piece of equipment on the backbone and switches itself on if this is the case
  • supported by Linux and NetBSD
    Flash ROM
  • contains the updatable CyberStorm firmware
  • needs update for the 66 MHz design
  • needs update for installing the SCSI module
    notes
  • CyberStorm 040 SN# B400506 - B400569 and CyberStorm 060 SN# B002827 - B003065 are affected by several DMA related problems due to a slight difference in the electrical specifications of certain parts caused by supplier change
  • symptoms:
    • SCSI units connected to the internal SCSI bus of the A3000(T) are not recognized while having RAM installed to the CyberStorm
    • does not work in the A4000T with RAM installed on the CyberStorm
    • in an A4000 with a Fastlane or a A4091 SCSI controller installed, peripherals connected to the SCSI bus are not recognized
  • boards with these serial numbers had to be sent back to Phase5 for rework
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm Mk2 - 040 version front side
040 version, front side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm Mk2 - 040 version back side
040 version, back side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm Mk2 - 060 version front side
060 version, front side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm Mk2 - 060 version back side
060 version, back side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm Mk2 - 060 version back side
060 version, back side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm Mk2 - CyberSCSI Mk2  back side
CyberSCSI Mk2, back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1998
Amiga
A3000, A4000
Interface
CPU slot
Autoconfig ID
8512 / 100
    processor
  • 68060 @ 50 MHz
    • can be ordered with empty CPU socket to put an existing 68060 into it
    memory
  • four 72 pin SIMM sockets accept 128 MB RAM
  • supports 4, 8, 16, 32 MB SIMMs 60-70 ns
  • 64 bit interleaved RAM access
  • up to 68 MB/s transfer speed
  • the Cyberstorm Mk3 is a bit picky about DRAM Chip Memory Array organization
    • the card only has 11 address lines, thus only 2048×2048 organized DRAM Memory Arrays are supported
    • 1024×4096 organized chips would need 12 address lines and are not working
    • the Memory Array organization is given in the chip datasheet and not to be confused with the output bit configuration (e.g. 4M×4) of a DRAM chip
    • if the chip has the wrong organization, only half of the RAM is recognised
      notes
    • the board is the same as the CyberStorm PPC without the PPC components - not upgradeable to PPC
    • Ultra Wide SCSI controller, NCR 53C770 - supported by NetBSD
    • expansion slot for the CyberVision PPC
    • the SCSI controller needs the INT2 signal which is not present in the A3000's CPU slot
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm Mk3 -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm Mk3 -  back side
back side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm Mk3 - Board with Memory front side
Board with Memory, front side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1997
Amiga
A3000, A4000
Interface
CPU slot
Autoconfig ID
8512 / 100
    processor
  • PowerPC 604e @ 150 / 180 / 200 / 233 MHz
  • 68040 @ 25 MHz or 68060 @ 50 MHz
    • can be ordered without a 680x0 companion CPU to put an existing one into the socket
    memory
  • four 72 pin SIMM sockets accept 128 MB RAM
  • supports 4, 8, 16, 32 MB SIMMs 60-70 ns
  • 64 bit interleaved RAM access
  • the Cyberstorm PPC is a bit picky about DRAM Chip Memory Array organization
    • the card only has 11 address lines, thus only 2048×2048 organized DRAM Memory Arrays are supported
    • 1024×4096 organized chips would need 12 address lines and are not working
    • the Memory Array organization is given in the chip datasheet and not to be confused with the output bit configuration (e.g. 4M×4) of a DRAM chip
    • if the chip has the wrong organization, only half of the RAM is recognised
    notes
  • NCR 53C770 Ultra Wide SCSI controller - follows the Wide Fast 20 standard, supported by NetBSD
  • expansion slot for the CyberVision PPC
  • the SCSI controller needs the INT2 signal which is not present in the A3000's CPU slot
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm PPC -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberStorm PPC -  back side
back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1995
Amiga
A3000, A4000
Interface
Zorro III
Autoconfig ID
8512 / 34
    RTG graphics card
  • S3 86C764 Trio64 (VL bus)
    • 135 MHz dot clock in 8 bit modes
    • 80 MHz @ 16 bit
    • 50 MHz @ 24 bit
    • 64 bit blitter
    • 24 bit D/A converter
    • extended support for line-draw, copy and fill operations
  • Roxxler - planar to chunky converter chip
  • 50 MHz VL bus - no need for PCI bridge - faster video memory access
  • 2 or 4 MB 64 bit 70 ns DRAM
    • 2 MB soldered to board
    • four sockets for additional 2 MB
    screen modes
  • programmable resolutions
  • 1600×1200×8 non-interlace
  • 1280×1024×16 non-interlace
  • 1152×864×24 interlace
  • 1024×768×24 non-interlace
    notes
  • digital video expansion bus - for never developed JPEG, MPEG, DSP modules
  • digital monitor switcher with video amplifiers
  • video passthrough connector and cable
  • HD15 VGA connector
  • CyberGraphX 2, 3, 4 and Picasso96 drivers
  • supported by Linux, NetBSD and OpenBSD
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberVision 64 -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberVision 64 -  back side
back side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberVision 64 -  front side
front side
  • CyberVision64-214.dms
    Install disk v2.14
    cybergraphics.library v40.64, CyberView v2.3, CyberWindow v2.1, CVMode v1.5

    443 kB
  • CyberVision64-215.dms
    Install disk v2.15
    cybergraphics.library v40.64, CyberView v2.3, CyberWindow v2.1, CVMode v1.5

    442 kB
  • CyberVision64-216.dms
    Install disk v2.16
    cybergraphics.library v40.64, CyberView v2.3, CyberWindow v2.1

    438 kB
  • CyberVision64-218.dms
    Install disk v2.18
    cybergraphics.library v40.89, CyberView v2.3, CyberWindow v2.1

    440 kB
  • CV64-1.DMS
    Installer's Heaven
    install disk
    448 kB
  • CV64-2.DMS
    Installer's Heaven
    install disk
    424 kB

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1996
Amiga
A2000
A3000, A4000

-
-
Interface
Zorro II
Zorro III
Autoconfig ID
8512 / 67
8512 / 50
    RTG graphics card
  • S3 ViRGE (PCI bus)
    • 135 MHz dot clock in 8 bit modes
    • 80 MHz @ 16 bit
    • 50 MHz @ 24 bit
    • 64 bit blitter
    • complex 3D functions
  • 25 MHz local PCI bus
  • 4 MB 64 bit page mode DRAM, eight chips
    screen modes
  • programmable resolutions
  • 1600×1200×8 non interlace
  • 1280×1024×16
  • 1024×768×24
    optional modules
  • monitor switch & scan doubler
    • allows using one monitor for Amiga and CyberVision modes
    • doubles native Amiga 15 kHz modes to 31 kHz
    • connects to the video slot in one line with the CyberVision
    • a small ribbon cable attaches the cards
    • HD15 VGA connector
  • MPEG decoder
    • realtime MPEG audio and video decoding in full size or in a Workbench window
    • dedicated line output jack
    notes
  • Zorro II / III autosensing
  • HD15 connector
  • CyberGraphX 3, 4 and Picasso96 drivers
  • supported by Linux and NetBSD
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberVision 64/3D -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberVision 64/3D -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberVision 64/3D -  back side
back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1996
Amiga
A2000
A3000, A4000

-
-
Interface
Zorro II
Zorro III
Autoconfig ID
8512 /
    RTG graphics card
  • S3 ViRGE (PCI bus)
  • 25 MHz local PCI bus
  • 4 MB 64 bit page mode DRAM, eight chips
  • programmable resolutions
  • Zorro II / III autosensing
  • HD15 connector
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberVision 64/3D (prototype) -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberVision 64/3D (prototype) -  back side
back side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberVision 64/3D (prototype) -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberVision 64/3D (prototype) -  back side
back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1998
Amiga
A3000, A4000
Interface
CyberStorm PPC
Autoconfig ID
8512 / 68
    RTG graphics card
  • 3D Labs & Texas Instruments: Permedia 2
    • 230 MHz RAMDAC
    • 24 bit resolutions can be packed to achieve higher refresh rates and less memory usage but slows down graphics operations
    • 145 MHz dot clock in 24 bit packed pixel modes
    • 100 MHz in 32 bit modes
    • 80 million textured 3D pixels per second
    • hardware accelerated rendering functions: z-buffering, gouraud shading, fogging, blending, antialiasing
    • support for color space conversion, chroma keying, XY scaling
  • 25 MHz local PCI bus
  • 8 MB 64 bit wide SGRAM
    screen modes
  • programmable resolutions
  • no support for interlace screen modes
  • 1280×1024×32 non-interlace
  • 1600×1200×24 non-interlace
    notes
  • rev 1.0 boards has only one edge connector for vertical mounting on the CPU board - it cannot be used with CyberStorm PPCs fitted in an A3000 because of the limited space
  • rev 1.1 boards has two edge connectors for horizontal and vertical mounting
  • the CPU board requires a flash ROM update
  • a 10 pin shielded ribbon cable leads to the two external connectors
    • 15 pin DSUB
    • 3 pin mini DIN for use with an optional shutter glasses system (mounted only on rev 1.1 boards)
  • no integrated passthrough option - an external monitor switch is required in order to use an existing scan doubler for the native screen modes
  • no support for draggable screens
  • CyberGraphX 3, 4 drivers
  • supported by Linux
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberVision PPC -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberVision PPC -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberVision PPC -  back side
back side
Phase 5 Digital Products CyberVision PPC -  back side
back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1993
Amiga
A3000, A4000
Interface
Zorro III
Autoconfig ID
8512 / 10,11
    Fast SCSI 2 controller
  • FAS216 controller IC
  • DMA transfer is interrupt controlled and supported by a bi-directional 32 bit wide FIFO buffer
  • 7 MB/s asynchronous and 10 MB/s synchronous transfer speed
  • internal 50 pin SCSI port
  • external 50 pin Centronics SCSI port
  • active bus termination
  • autoboot ROM (z3scsi.device)
  • supported by Linux, NetBSD and OpenBSD
    memory
  • sixteen 30 pin SIMM sockets accept 64 or 256 MB 60-100 ns RAM
    • the 64 MB version supports only 1 or 4 MB SIMMs
    • an upgrade kit allows using 16 MB SIMMs but no 1 MB SIMMs
  • accepts SIMMs in groups of four of the same size
Phase 5 Digital Products Fastlane Z3 -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Fastlane Z3 -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products Fastlane Z3 -  back side
back side
Phase 5 Digital Products Fastlane Z3 -  back side
back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1996
Amiga
A4000
Interface
CyberStorm Mk2
  • PowerPC 603 or 604e
  • 68040 @ 25 MHz or 68060 @ 50 MHz
  • connects into the CyberStorm Mk2 680x0 processor socket
  • covers the entire length of the host CyberStorm board
Phase 5 Digital Products PowerUp (developer board prototype) -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products PowerUp (developer board prototype) -  front side
front side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1996
Amiga
A4000
Interface
CyberStorm Mk2
  • PowerPC 603e @ 150 MHz
  • 68040 @ 25 MHz or 68060 @ 50 MHz
  • connects into the CyberStorm Mk2 680x0 processor socket
  • covers only half of the host CyberStorm
  • the board was shipped to software developers before the release of CyberStorm PPC
  • DB9 connector for developing
Phase 5 Digital Products PowerUp (developer board) -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products PowerUp (developer board) -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products PowerUp (developer board) -  back side
back side

Company
Phase 5 Digital Products, Germany
Date
1995
Amiga
A4000
Interface
CPU slot
  • PowerPC 604 @ 66 MHz
  • 68030
  • connects to the A4000 processor slot
  • the board is unable to run Amiga OS, it's for diagnostic purposes only
Phase 5 Digital Products PowerUp (early prototype) -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products PowerUp (early prototype) -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products PowerUp (early prototype) -  front side
front side
Phase 5 Digital Products PowerUp (early prototype) -  back side
back side