ZZ9000 Compendium

Much more than a modern Amiga graphics card
Compiled by a ZZ9000 owner and enthusiast

Updated: July 7, 2020 | ZZ9000 is 2019-2020 MNT Research GmbH

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ZZ9500CX (text from Lukas Hartmann's page)

Important: To use the ZZ9000 with an Amiga 500, you will need a Zorro II adapter like Rob Cranley's Z-500 or the Checkmate 1500 Zorro adapter.

ZZ9500CX (Official page) is a little interposer PCB that plugs into the Denise socket of your Amiga 500 (or other custom Amiga), and Denise then goes into ZZ9500CX's socket in turn.

The digital video output of Denise will then be available on the IDC Socket which you can connect to the ZZ9000 to gain scandoubler functionality on Amigas that have no video slot.

Warning: For advanced users only. Requires opening your Amiga and replacing a socketed chip, which can lead to damage if done improperly.

If you want to use this with your existing ZZ9000, please put the Amiga 500 firmware (BOOT.BIN) on the ZZ9000's MicroSD card for correct operation.