Apple //e 65C02 > International NTSC

Obtained this setup from a friend as a trade. It had served it’s life in book printing house in Tampere for long period of time. I saw few floppies they had used in production (too bad i did not get those) from early 1992.

I believe it was originally regular 65C02 (“Enhanced”, as it’s called english-speaking countries”) model but was upgraded to “International NTSC”-board with Titan Acceletor IIe-card (the original 65C02 processor was removed from the board). The original board might have broken and they replaced it with new and only new board available might have been the “International NTSC” at at time. Maybe. Who knows. I’ve never seen these boards in any machines over here, nor the “Euro Platinum – as they are often referred” (the term however is not completely correct as so far i know of these were sold atleast in Australia as well). 

The case had model number that was regular A2S2064_-serie, assembled in Ireland.

I was specially happy to get (original, used in Finland) Titan Accelerator IIe-card with this setup! Apple II accelerators were not very common over here at all. As well it was nice to obtain an another nice duodisk-drive.

GSP Graphix Design station-interface card:

Somesort of a dongle-card? It’s perfectly sealed in metal casing. No way opening it up, it’s also quite heavy for it’s size.

Dongle/ROM-card are pretty useless on their own, but maybe someday they come in handy, worth saving up.

Saving local history.

The setup was as follows:

Apple IIe “65c02″/”Enhanced”>International NTSC
-Platinum board: “International NTSC 1986(C)”
-Apple Monitor II & video cable
-Apple Duodisk-drive & cable
-Apple Disk controller-card
-Titan Accelerator IIe-card
-GSP Graphix Design Station-interface card
-Dongle/ROM-card for the Graphix Design Station
-Apple 80col/64k-card

The board & ROM’s:


-Video ROM : 341-0328 Apple ’85 8502
-Keyboard ROM : 341-0325 Apple ’84 8502
-Board :  Apple //e International NTSC 1986(c)
-Board code  : B-607-0288-C / 820-0188-C
-Board date  : 8653

I was very happy to add this to my collection of Finnish Apple II history.

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Apple II Forever.