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Memory/RAM for Commodore Amiga 4000

Memory expansion for the Commodore-Amiga 4000 and Commodore-Amiga 4000T computers.

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Are you confused by some of the terms used with Amiga 4000 memory expansions? We have explained some of the key terms here to help.

RAM card: expansion board for your Amiga that increases the available memory and sometimes also performance.

Memory: programs are stored temporarily in memory, or RAM while they are running. Additional memory is needed for more complex programs. Memory is erased every time the Amiga is reset or powered down.

Zorro III Slot: Inside the Amiga 4000, 4000T and 3000 computers there are black expansion connectors called Zorro III slots. Memory expansion can be plugged into any free Zorro III slot increasing the Fast RAM your Amiga can have available.