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PHASE 5 CYBERSTORM MK1

KEYWORDS: Amiga Phase 5 CS CS1 MK1 MKI MK I

A4000(T) or A3000(T) jumpering for Cyberstorm MK1
Cyberstorm MK1 040 jumper tests
This is a test I made years ago to see what jumpers are the most important.
CYBERSTORM
JUMPER NAME &
FUNCTION
JUMPER
LOCATION
DEFAULT
CYBERSTORM
FUNCTION
WHEN
NO JUMPER
CYBERSTORM
FUNCTION
WHEN
JUMPER SET TO
PINS 1-2
CYBERSTORM
FUNCTION
WHEN
JUMPER SET TO
PINS 2-3
CBR
enabled, if CPU on the mainboard
right side under CPU card
disabled
boot
(if both CBR and IPEND are removed same time - no boot)
boot

-
IPEND
enabled, if no CPU on the mainboard
left side under CPU
card
enabled
boot
(if both CBR and IPEND are removed same time - no boot)
boot
-
ROM SIZE
1 and 2 connected for 16 bit ROMs;
2 and 3 connected for 8 bit ROMs (ROM 0)
center
Pos 2-3
boot
boot
boot
DIAG ENABLE
1 and 2 connected to switch on the DiagROM
2 and 3 connected if the DiagROM is not available or will not be used
center right
  • Pos 1-2 with 060
  • Pos 2-3 with 040
boot with 040
no boot with 040
boot with 040
JPA
1 and 2 connected for Normal RAM Access
2 and 3 connected for Fast RAM Access
NO JUMPER connected for Slow RAM Access
center left
Pos 1-2
boot
boot
boot
ROM CNT
1 and 2 connected if two ROMs are installed
2 and 3 connected if one ROM is installed
center left
Pos 2-3
boot
boot
boot
MBBURST (1st from CPU end)
1 and 2 connected to enable MainBoard burst access
2 and 3 connected to enable MainBoard burst access
bottom right Pos 2-3 boot boot boot
MBBURST (2nd from CPU end)
1 and 2 connected to enable MainBoard burst access
2 and 3 connected to enable MainBoard burst access
bottom right
Pos 2-3 no boot no boot boot
JPD
2 and 3 connected
top center
Pos 2-3 factory use only do not change - not tested
factory use only do not change - not tested boot
JPC
2 and 3 connected
top center
Pos 2-3 factory use only do not change - not tested factory use only do not change - not tested boot
JPB
2 and 3 connected
top center
Pos 2-3 factory use only do not change - not tested factory use only do not change - not tested boot
CCLK
1 and 2 connected
left side
Pos 1-2
factory use only do not change - not tested boot factory use only do not change - not tested
CLK
NO JUMPER connected 
bottom right
NO JUMPER
boot
factory use only do not change - not tested -

CYBERSTORM CARRIER module
CYBERSTORM CPU module
CYBERSTORM DRAM MODULE
CYBERSTORM SCSI module

CYBERSTORM MK1 68040 VERSION TO 68060 VERSION CONVERSION

CYBERSTORM MK1 DIFFERENCES
The data in the table below this is mostly collected from internet without asking permission from current or previous card owners, but I am happy to say some card owners wanted to help and sent me information and good pictures of their card. If you think there is something that should not be here, if you find errors or if you want to send same information about your CS MK1 or CS MK1 in general then contact me at hanzux@gmail.com

I have tried to put cards in age order, but it is quite hard since not all modules have SN stickers or PCB date stamps visible in pictures or SN stickers have dropped off. Also the fact that every module has own SN sticker and modules may have been swapped between cards may confuse me in this task.

CYBERSTORM MK1
MODULE 1 (CARRIER)
MODULE 2 (CPU)
MODULE 3 (RAM)
MODULE 4 (SCSI)
NOTES
SN 7100765
Original 060 manufactured 1995 week 46 or later.
  • SN 7100765
  • CYBERSTORM CARRIER
  • Last known owner intel_outside
  • The later version since it has no copper rings and wave soldered tin covering the spacer holes and connector key holes.
  • lightning symbol and 46.95 on the left side of foo PLCC place.
  • 28 pin ROM installed
  • ROM sticker: CyberStorm060 Bootstrap 1.0 (c) Phase 5 1995
  • PLCC28 white/CAI001.JED pins 3 & 28 shortcircuited.
  • PLCC28 near ROM pin 1 has pink paint marker.
  • PLCC28 near 2nd ROM socket has green/blue paint marker.
  • PLCC28 near RAM has green paint marker.
  • PLCC28 in the middle has white paint marker.
  • PLCC28 in the top left has red paint marker.
  • PLCC28 in the top left has violet paint marker.
  • PLCC28 in the top left has yellow paint marker.
  • SN 7100765
  • CYBERSTORM CPU 28/95 02 61 EL
  • CARDA/RUDLOFF
  • The later version since it has no copper rings and wave soldered tin covering the spacer holes and connector key holes.
  • 24 ICs version
  • 68060
  • brown connector not factory assembled
  • Stickers removed from PLCCs.
  • The left PLCC28 has yellow paint marker



SN 710090?
Original 060 manufactured 1995 week 34 or later and modified later for better performance.

  • CYBERSTORM CARRIER
  • Last known owner Musicman
  • The early version since it has copper rings and wave soldered tin covering the spacer holes and connector key holes.
  • ROM not installed!?
  • Stickers removed from PLCCs.
  • SN 710090?
  • CYBERSTORM CPU ?? ??/?? 02 61 EL
  • CARDA/RUDLOFF
  • The later version since it has no copper rings and wave soldered tin covering the spacer holes and connector key holes.
  • 24 ICs version
  • 68060
  • brown connector not factory assembled
  • Stickers removed from PLCCs.


  • The last character of SN sticker is not visible in any picture.
  • CPU module S74FCT chips are dated 1995 week 35 so the product can not be any younger.
  • CPU module 3.3V regulator is and its diodes look factory soldered which prove this is original 060 version, but it was modified for some other reason like overclocking since CPU is dated 1999 and week 27 with mask of and mask is 71E41J it can not be the original one. Also regulator is dated 1995 week 13.
  • CPU module 5V/3.3V is chosen by jumper and oscillator is socketed which may at least makes it easier to use card with 68040 if needed.
  • CPU module PLCCs are socketed maybe because one or more of them have been firmware updated or maybe just to make it easier to service the card. One of the sockets is cut to make it fit. The smallest socket looks like it has plastic between contacts for unknown reason. 2 added wires go between PLCC20 and CPU this may be related to the fact there is no ROM in the socket.
  • CARRIER module is old version and CPU module is new version which may mean nothing or could mean CPU module was taken from a newer card.
SN 7000580
Original 040 manufactured
1995 week 12 or later.

  • SN 7000580
  • CYBERSTORM CARRIER VP 40/94 02 62 EL
  • Last known owner Pollux
  • The early version since it has copper rings and wave soldered tin covering the spacer holes and connector key holes.
  • PLCC28 CAI001.JED pins 3 & 28 shortcircuited.
  • PLCC28 near ROM pin 1 has sticker RCTI1001.JED
  • PLCC28 near 2nd ROM socket has sticker EROMI002.JED
  • PLCC28 near RAM has sticker RACI001.JED
  • PLCC28 in the middle has sticker CASI001.JED
  • PLCC28 in the middle has sticker DMAPI100.JED
  • PLCC28 in the top left has sticker STRTI002.JED
  • PLCC28 in the top left has sticker DMACI003.JED
  • PLCC28 in the top left has sticker TERMI001.JED
  • PLCC28 in the top left has sticker STRBI001.JED
  • SN 7000580
  • CYBERSTORM CPU VP 40/94 01 63 EL
  • CARDA/RUDLOFF
  • The early version since it has copper rings and wave soldered tin covering the spacer holes and connector key holes.
  • 23 ICs version
  • 68040
  • The left PLCC28 has yellow paint marker
  • The right PLCC28 sticker: CA5BI100.JED


  • CPU module PLCC20 is dated 1995 week 12 so the product can not be any younger.
SN ??????
Original 060 manufactured 1995 or later.
  • CYBERSTORM CARRIER
  • SN UNKNOWN01. Picture is from http://amiga.resource.cx
  • 28 pin ROM installed
  • ROM sticker: CyberStorm060 Bootstrap 1.0 (c) Phase 5 1995
  • PLCC28 stickers - all 9 of them
  • The left PLCC28 has sticker
  • The middle PLCC28 has sticker
  • The right PLCC28 has sticker
  • The jumpers below SIMM version
  • 9x Motorola F245
  • SN ??????
  • Cyberstorm SCSI

  • The pictures are from bad angle and all PLCC sticker texts are unreadable.
  • CARRIER module ROM sticker looks very orginal which makes me think this card us either original 060 or factory converted 060.
  • CARRIER module PLCC sticker texts are on 2 rows only which makes me think this card is later version.
  • DRAM MODULE is the later version.
  • SCSI module SN sticker is in its place, but unreadable.
SN 7000536
Original 040 manufactured 1994 week 48 or later.
  • SN 7000536
  • CYBERSTORM CARRIER
  • Last known owner intel_outside
  • The early version since it has copper rings and wave soldered tin covering the spacer holes and connector key holes.
  • PLCC28 CAI001.JED pins 3 & 28 shortcircuited.
  • PLCC28 near 2nd ROM socket has sticker EROMI002.JED
  • PLCC28 near RAM has sticker RACI001.JED
  • PLCC28 in the middle has sticker CASI001.JED
  • PLCC28 in the middle has sticker DMAPI100.JED
  • PLCC28 in the top left has sticker STRTI002.JED
  • PLCC28 in the top left has sticker DMACI003.JED
  • PLCC28 in the top left has sticker TERMI001.JED
  • PLCC28 in the top left has sticker STRBI001.JED
  • SN 7000536
  • CYBERSTORM CPU
  • The early version since it has copper rings and wave soldered tin covering the spacer holes and connector key holes.
  • 23 ICs version
  • 68040
  • The left PLCC28 sticker: CA4BI010.JED
  • The middle PLCC28 sticker: CA6BI100.JED
  • The right PLCC28 sticker: CA5BI100.JED


  • CPU module No fan with 040 and bigger black heatsink must be modifications.
  • Pictures are not accurate enough to see component dates.
SN 7000214
Original 040 manufactured
1994 week 40 or later. Wants to be converted to 060.
  • SN 7000214
  • CYBERSTORM CARRIER VP 35/94 02 61 EL
  • ROM not installed
  • Current owner Hanzu
  • The early version since it has copper rings and wave soldered tin covering the spacer holes and connector key holes.
  • PLCC28 CAI001.JED pins 3 & 28 shortcircuited.
  • PLCC28 near ROM pin 1 has sticker RCTLI001.JED. Component markings are intel NPLD22V10-7 L4302901 1991 (top) G4154 3 0 246EF (bottom).
  • PLCC28 near 2nd ROM socket has sticker EROMI002.JED
  • PLCC28 near RAM has sticker RACI001.JED
  • PLCC28 in the middle has sticker CASI001.JED
  • PLCC28 in the middle has sticker DMAPI100.JED
  • PLCC28 in the top left has sticker STRTI002.JED
  • PLCC28 in the top left has sticker DMACI003.JED
  • PLCC28 in the top left has sticker TERMI001.JED
  • PLCC28 in the top left has sticker STRBI001.JED
  • SN 7000214
  • CYBERSTORM CPU VP 40/94 01 64 EL
  • CARDA/RUDLOFF
  • The early version since it has copper rings and wave soldered tin covering the spacer holes and connector key holes.
  • 23 ICs version
  • 68040
  • The left PLCC28 sticker: CA4BI100.JED
  • The middle PLCC28 sticker: CA6BI100.JED
  • The right PLCC28 sticker: CA5BI100.JED
  • SN sticker is lost
  • CYBERSTORM DRAM MODULE VR 39/94 01 64 EL
  • KNA/TRE/KOR/DON
  • The jumpers above SIMMs version
  • SN 7900090
  • Cyberstorm SCSI
  • Rudloff/Carda/Knaebel
  • Texas Instruments TMS JL 27C256-12 28 pin ROM installed
  • ROM sticker: cybscsi.device V 1.17 29.03.95 (c) phase 5, 1995
  • glogic FAS216 2400148
  • The top right MACH110-15JC -18JI PLCC44 has red paint marker.
  • The middle left MACH110-15JC -18JI PLCC44 has green paint marker.
  • The PALCE 20V8H-7 JC-3 PLCC28 has yellow paint maker.
  • CPU module PCB is dated 1994 week 40 so the product can not be any younger.
  • CPU module 060 conversion possibly requires CA4BI100.JED update to CA4BI010.JED
  • CARRIER module 060 conversion possibly requires RCTLI001.JED update to RCTI1001.JED
Original 040 manufactured
1994 week 39 or later.
  • SN UNKNOWN02 CYBERSTORM CARRIER
  • Picture is from http://amiga.resource.cx
  • The early version since it has copper rings and wave soldered tin covering the spacer holes and connector key holes.
  • PLCC28 stickers - 8 of 9
  • PLCC28 CAI001.JED pins 3 & 28 shortcircuited.
  • PLCC28 near 2nd ROM socket has sticker EROMI002.JED
  • PLCC28 near RAM has sticker RACI001.JED
  • PLCC28 in the middle has sticker CASI001.JED
  • PLCC28 in the middle has sticker DMAPI100.JED
  • PLCC28 in the top left has sticker STRTI002.JED
  • PLCC28 in the top left has sticker DMACI003.JED
  • PLCC28 in the top left has sticker TERMI001.JED
  • PLCC28 in the top left has sticker STRBI001.JED
  • CYBERSTORM CPU
  • CARDA/RUDLOFF
  • The early version since it has copper rings and wave soldered tin covering the spacer holes and connector key holes.
  • 23 ICs version
  • 68040
  • The left PLCC28 has yellow paint marker
  • The right PLCC28 sticker: CA5BI100.JED
  • CYBERSTORM DRAM MODULE
  • Carda/Kordel
  • The jumpers below SIMM version
  • 9x Motorola F245
  • 28 pin ROM installed
  • ROM sticker: cybscsi.device V7.164 (c) phase 5, 1996
  • glogic FAS216 2400148
  • The top left PLCC44 has red paint marker.
  • The middle left PLCC44 has green paint marker.
  • The PLCC28 has yellow paint maker.
  • CPU module has weirdly oscillator removed.
SN 710021?
Original 040 manufactured 1994 week 33 or later and
converted to 060.
  • CYBERSTORM CARRIER VP 33/94 02 60 EL
  • Sold by Finest Computers in ebay.co.uk
  • The early version since it has copper rings and wave soldered tin covering the spacer holes and connector key holes.
  • AMD AM29F010-120PC 9515ABA 32 pin ROM installed
  • Yellow tantal capacitor near RAM MODULE not factory assembled.
  • F257A pin 2 lift up from its pad and connected to pin 8.
  • CAI001.JED pins 3 & 28 shortcircuited.
  • PLCC28 near ROM pin 1 has sticker RCTI1001.JED
  • CYBERSTORM CPU VP 32/94 01 ?? FL
  • CARDA/RUDLOFF
  • The early version since it has copper rings and wave soldered tin covering the spacer holes and connector key holes.
  • 23 ICs version
  • 68060
  • No stickers on PLCCs.
  • The middle PLCC28 has yellow paint marker
  • PLCC20 has red paint marker.
  • SN 710021? CYBERSTORM DRAM MODULE
  • Carda/Kordel
  • The jumpers below SIMM version
  • 9x Motorola F245

  • The last character of SN sticker is not visible in any picture.
  • Is SCSI module SN is same for CARRIER and CPU? 
  • CARRIER module PCB is dated 1994 week 33 so the product can not be any younger.
  • CARRIER module yellow tantal capacitor near RAM MODULE was never assembled on factory for unknown reason.
  • CARRIER module F257A pin 2 lift up from its pad and connected to pin 8 is probably related to 060 conversion. 
  • CARRIER module PLCC28 near ROM pin 1 with sticker RCTI1001.JED looks handsoldered.
  • CARRIER module has 7 resistors that look handsoldered.
  • CPU module 3.3V regulator is and its diodes look hand soldered which makes me thing this card was originally 040 version, but it was converted to 060 since oscillator is manufactured 1995 and week 22.
Original 040 manufactured 1994 week 32 or later.
  • CYBERSTORM CARRIER
  • Last known owner Justin of Amibay
  • The early version since it has copper rings and wave soldered tin covering the spacer holes and connector key holes.
  • Yellow tantal capacitor near RAM MODULE not factory assembled.
  • ROM not installed (naturally since this is 040 version)
  • No stickers on PLCCs.
  • CYBERSTORM CPU
  • The early version since it has copper rings and wave soldered tin covering the spacer holes and connector key holes.
  • 68040
  • No stickers on PLCCs.
  • The left PLCC28 has red paint marker
  • The middle PLCC28 has yellow paint marker
  • SN 7000038 VP 32/94 01 60 EL
  • CYBERSTORM DRAM MODULE
  • KNA/TRE/KOR/DON
  • The jumpers above SIMMs version
  • Cyberstorm SCSI
  • SN 7900637
  • 28 pin ROM installed
  • ROM sticker: phase 5
  • glogic FAS216 2400148
  • The top left PLCC44 has red paint marker.
  • The PLCC28 has yellow paint maker.
  • CARRIER module yellow tantal capacitor near RAM MODULE was never assembled on factory for unknown reason.
  • SCSI module main IC is dated 1995 week 45 so the product can not be much younger.
  • The pictures show limited areas of the card only.
Original 060 manufactured 1994 week 24.


  • CYBERSTORM CARRIER
  • PLCC28 near RAM has green paint marker.
  • CYBERSTORM CPU
  • The later version since it has no copper rings and wave soldered tin covering the spacer holes and connector key holes.
  • 24 ICs version
  • 68060


  • CPU module 3.3V regulator is and its diodes look factory soldered which prove this is original 060 version.
  • CPU module is 24 ICs version with additional 74F257A.
  • Pictures under folder SN UNKNOWN03 060
Original 040 manufactured 1994 week 22 or later and converted to 060.
  • CYBERSTORM CARRIER
  • Last known owner halbvier
  • The later version since it has no copper rings and wave soldered tin covering the spacer holes and connector key holes.
  • F257A pin 2 lift up from its pad and connected to pin 8.
  • PLCC28 stickers - at least 2 of 9
  • CYBERSTORM CPU
  • PLCC20 looks handsoldered.
  • PLCC20 pin 15 has track cut
  • PLCC20 pin 15 has been connected to pin 13


  • CARRIER module F257A pin 2 lift up from its pad and connected to pin 8 is probably related to 060 conversion. 
  • CPU module PLCC20 has very likely been desoldered, reprogrammed and then resoldered back to its place for 060 conversion. Cut and wire are possibly made because of 060 coversion too.
  • The pictures show 2 small areas of the card only.

MYSTERIES FOR SOLVING
WHAT I KNOW SO FAR
CYBERSTORM MK1 IS HARD CARD TO REPAIR