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IC Super Buster 11

Re-stock: T.B.A. For Amiga 3000(T) and 4000(T). The latest revision of the Buster chip corrects a number of bugs that are present in the -7 and -9 revisions. A must-have for owners of A3000, A4000 and respective tower versions.

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Super Buster 11 for Amiga 3000 and Amiga 4000 computers. 

NOS (new old stock). The latest revision of the Buster chip corrects a number of bugs that are present in the -7 and -9 revisions. A must-have for owners of A3000, A4000 and respective tower versions.

Requirements:

  • A screwdriver to open your computer
  • A chip-puller to remove your old Buster chip
  • Lots of light at your desk
  • Skill!
 

Exchanging the Buster chip is a technician's job. You should only buy this chip if you have some experience exchanging chips in your Amiga. Delivery in anti-static packing.

Warranty: 2 years. Manual: not included.

What means New old stock (NOS) (from Wikipedia):

Also backronymed as "new on the shelf" or "new off the shelf refers to obsolete equipment, or original parts (components) for obsolete equipment, that have never been sold at retail.[1]

The term refers to merchandise being offered for sale which was manufactured long ago but that has never been used. Such merchandise may not be produced anymore, and the new old stock may represent the only current market source of a particular item.

Although not an officially recognized accounting term, it is in common use in the auction and retail industries. For example, owners of antique vehicles seek NOS parts from specialized vendors that are needed to keep their automobiles, motorcycles, or trucks operational or in factory-original condition.

While damage to the original packaging is common, damage to its contents is generally not preferred in determining if an item is NOS, however, many items have been on shelves or in storage and over time may have developed some damage. This minor damage from shelf life does not detract from an item being identified as NOS.

Some people refer to such merchandise as new obsolete stock to further indicate that the parts have not been manufactured for several years. This describes parts that are used in obsolete equipment or the like.


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