The new 16 MHz TransWarpGS finally arrived in time for Christmas. I pre-ordered it back in May. It is amazingly fast, to say the least. Those games that require lots of graphics (Jack Nicklaus Golf), and publishing (GraphicWriter3) really snap. Also need to mention HyperStudio and HyperCard. Wow. The first picture shows TWGS Reporter details. Note: this IIGS uses the Scart HDMI connector on my Toshiba LCD. i have other blog entries on setting the Scart and Cable.
Here’s the product picture.
Here’s the old cpu before removal.
I used two different length flat head screwdrivers to wedge it out. The long one working from the front of the IIGS and the short one from within the machine. I used the eraser as Lever support with the short screwdriver to help avoid slipping and hitting the motherboard. It worked amazingly well.
Here are the manual photos for plugging in the fan.
Turned it on, ran the self tests. That was it. Referenced the manual from ReactiveMicro wiki site throughout.
Removed the fan temporarily to see the oscillator.
It inserted quite readily.
Here is the setup, including the new CFFA3000 Card and the GGLABS Memory Card.
I discuss the CFFA installation and fun in the next blog entry (coming soon).