Ram sockets
Box content
Box open
Optional SCSI module
Box front
Box side
SCSI module box
Cyberstorm Mk-II 040 version
Cyberstorm Mk-II 060 version
Cyberstorm Mk-II 060 version, back
Hi Res version, Card
- 1600 x 1200, 982K
Hi Res version, Ram sockets
- 1200 x 1600, 970K
Hi Res version, Front
- 1600 x 1200, 978K
Hi Res version, Back
- 1600 x 1200, 973K
Hi Res version, Box content
- 1200 x 1600, 973K
Hi Res version, Box open
- 1200 x 1600, 976K
Hi Res version, Box front
- 1600 x 1200, 968K
Hi Res version, Box side
- 1600 x 1200, 977K
Image of box
- 800 x 576, 89K


Processor: 040@40Mhz or 060@50Mhz
FPU: Internal
MMU: Internal
Max Ram: 128MB (if special A3000 version exists, 64MB)
Ram Type: 4 x 72pin SIMM slots (if special A3000 version exists, 2 x 72pin SIMM slots)

An accelerator which plugs into the CPU Fast slot. The card also has an optional SCSI-II controller which consists of two parts that are linked together via a ribbon cable. One part offers an internal 50pin connector, whilst the other offers an external 50pin connector. If you install this card in an A3000 it may be necessary to perform the infamous INT-2 modification, especially in order to get the SCSI-II controller working. There may have been a special A3000 version of this card containing only two SIMM slots, but this has not been confirmed.

SCSI Jumpers

External Connector


Setting Function
Pins 1-2 AUTO Termination
Pins 2-3 Termination OFF
No Pins Shorted Termination ON



Jumper Function Default
0 Debug Mode Open
1 Reserved Open
2 Show Inquiry Mode Open
3 Show Cable Mode Open
4 Synchron Auto-Enable Closed
5 Reserved Open
Upper Right Termination Power Closed
Upper Left Hard Drive LED -

Upgrading 040 to 060 version

All actions are entirely at your own risk!

This procedure requires delicate soldering and a competent solderer. If you do not feel confident enough, ask someone who, is to perform the upgrade. There is a real chance you could damage the hardware.

On this you can see three red boxes, showing the locations of the voltage regulator (box 1, right side), a wire jumper (box 1, left side), and two SMT resistors (boxes 2 and 3). Follow the lines from these boxes to the edge of the picture, where positions for the 68040 and 68060 have been drawn up.

Required parts:
-A 68060 cpu.
-A 3.3v voltage regulator, capable of delivering 3 Amperes or more. Package: D2PAK.
-A new oscillator. 50 MHz is the standard 060 speed, but the cyberstorm mk2 can handle 66 MHz quite well. NOTE: Not all cyberscsi modules tolerate overclocking.
-Optional: a socket for the oscillator (recommended).

1: Carefully remove the old 68040 cpu.
2: Remove the old oscillator.
3: Install the new oscillator (or socket).
4: Move the two SMT resistors to their correct position.
5: Move the wire jumper to the correct position.
6: Install the voltage regulator.
7: Install the 68060.
8: Thats it!


Page contributors: Brandon Bertolli, Jan Pedersen, Patrik Sjoblom, Paul Maric, RiWa & Friends
Updated: 3/12/2013 . Added: 12/22/2004