Unofficial 3060/4060 Page

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CPUs | DDR3 RAM | XILINX ARTIX-7 FPGA-based RTG | Digital video output
Video port | STM32H ARM co-processor | Fast IDE | NAU8822 stereo audio codec
Audio UEXT | Expansion UEXT | ESP32 WiFi | MicroSD card slot | USB ports
Boot loader | AutoConfigTM/Boot Menu info | Warp software and firmware
Scandoubler/flicker-fixer | Warp card comparison | Jumpers | Performance | Bugs

Please note: The following information is a work in progress, and compiled from numerous sources: CS-Labs' website, direct e-mail from Cizar and Sellen, the Warp Quickstart Guide, CS-Labs' and third-party YouTube videos, textual reviews and interviews.

If you know of any additional information or corrections to this list, please don't hesitate to contact me. Warp card user requirements are shown in bold red text. Questions and comments are preceded with a "" question mark.

Specifications (covering all six cards as information becomes available):

CPUs - Providing your own MC68060 is required for Warp board purchases. Beware of fakes!

256 MB of DDR3 RAM (not yet optimized):

XILINX ARTIX-7 FPGA-based RTG (not yet optimized):

Digital video output:

Video port (UEXT):

STM32H743 (IIK6) and STM32H753 (VIT6) 32-bit ARM Cortex M7-based co-processor:

Fast IDE interface connected to a CompactFlash card slot (not fully optimized):

NAU8822 stereo audio codec: [source]

Audio connector (UEXT):

Expansion connector (UEXT) [Warp 3060/4060, Warp 1260, Warp 560, Warp CDTV-60, Warp 1240]:

ESP32 WiFi (ESP32-WROOM-32U) module for easy network access/support:

MicroSD card slot (warpSD.device) [source, screenshot]

Two USB host ports (500mA [source], cswarpusb.device?):

On-board 8 MB integrated boot loader

AutoConfigTM/Boot Menu info:

Warp 3060/4060 AutoConfig

Board Address Board Size Board Type Product Manufacturer Serial No.
Zorro III 3060/4060
Zorro III 3060/4060
Zorro III 3060/4060
Zorro III 3060/4060

Warp 1260 Boot Menu [screenshot | source, 59s]

Board Type Vendor Product Address Size Status
1 Z3 5120 60 $40000000 256MB OK
2 Z3 5120 100 $50000000 32MB OK
3 Z3 5120 101 $52000000 64KB OK
4 Z3 5120 102 $53000000 16MB OK

Warp 560 AutoConfig [screenshot | source, 2m 1s]

Board Address Board Size Board Type Product Manufacturer Serial No.
$40000000 128M Zorro III 60 5120 560
$48000000 128M Zorro III 100 5120 560
$50000000 16M Zorro III 101 5120 560
$51000000 16M Zorro III 102 5120 560

Warp CDTV-60 AutoConfig

Board Address Board Size Board Type Product Manufacturer Serial No.
Zorro III CDTV-60
Zorro III CDTV-60
Zorro III CDTV-60
Zorro III CDTV-60

Warp 4040 AutoConfig

Board Address Board Size Board Type Product Manufacturer Serial No.
Zorro III 4040
Zorro III 4040
Zorro III 4040
Zorro III 4040

Warp 1240 AutoConfig

Board Address Board Size Board Type Product Manufacturer Serial No.
Zorro III 1240
Zorro III 1240
Zorro III 1240
Zorro III 1240

Warp software and firmware (existing and—in gray—assumed):

Scandoublers/flicker-fixer (optional; recommended)

Warp card comparison

In an update on February 24, 2021 Michal Bergseth of Amitopia noted that (bold emphasis added):

"The Warp 4060 card for Amiga 4000 will be an improved version over the Warp 1260 for Amiga 1200 and Warp 560 for Amiga 500 as it is possible to fit more on the card."

The full list of improvements/features of the Warp 3060/4060 over other cards is currently unknown. However, based on available photos and current information, these are obvious ones (other than the different Amiga model interface connections):

Warp 3060/4060Warp 1260Warp 560Warp CDTV-60Warp 40402Warp 12403
ARTIX-7TM FPGAXC7A35TTMXC7A35TTM?XC7A35TTM??
ARM chipSTM32H743 (IIK6)STM32H753 (VIT6)?STM32H753 (VIT6)?STM32H753 (VIT6)
Clock batteryCR1632Wire-based plug-in
coin cell (CR1632?)
CR1632CR1632?Wire-based plug-in
coin cell (CR1632?)
IDE port/CompactFlash slotIDE portIDE portCF slotIDE port and
CF slot
?IDE port
Quad SPI portNoNoYesNo?No
Socketed CPUYesNoNoYes?No
Expansion connector/
UEXT4
YesYesYesYes?Yes
USBv2.0? (~60 MB/s)v1.1 (~1.5 MB/s)v1.1 (~1.5 MB/s)v? (? MB/s)?v1.1 (~1.5 MB/s)
Compatible with Zorro
cards using DMA1
Yesn/aNo??n/a

1: "...we did not assume the fact that it will be mounted with A2000 where the Zorro card can use DMA; Warp 560 does not allow it. [The] card for A3000 and A4000 will work with cards with DMA." — Cizar [source]
2: "... Warp 4040 is practically a matter of time because I have a lot of space for the PCB in relation to the Warp 1240." — Cizar [source]
3: "... Due to the very limited access to the MC68060, I designed a card with the MC68040 - Warp 1240. The card is equipped with exactly the same as Warp 1260. The price of the card is the same for both cards. Cooling the same. When asked why the price is the same and the performance is lower—I answer that the card's electronics are the same as the 060 cards + additional 5V to 3.3V systems, so theoretically it is more expensive." — Cizar [source]
4: "... An additional device can be written for the UEXT port." — Cizar [source] Note: Even though at least five of the six Warp cards have this special connector, it's included here as it remains unknown
as to exactly what expansion option(s) it might provide in the future.

Jumpers

Warp 3060/4060
JumperDefinitionDefault
JP1Open: ?
Closed: ?
Closed
JP2Open: Amiga ROM (MapROM OFF)
Closed: ROM Selector (MapROM ON)
Closed
JP3??
JP4Open: ?
Closed: ?
Closed
JP5Open: ?
Closed: ?
Closed
Warp 1260
JumperDefinitionDefault
JP1Open: ?
Closed: ?
JP2Open: Amiga ROM (MapROM OFF)
Closed: ROM Selector (MapROM ON)
Closed
JP3Open: ?
Closed: ?
Warp 560
JumperDefinitionDefault
JP1Open: ?
Closed: ?
JP2Open: Amiga ROM (MapROM OFF)
Closed: ROM Selector (MapROM ON)
Closed
JP3Open: ?
Closed: ?
Warp CDTV-60
JumperDefinitionDefault
JP1Open: ?
Closed: ?
JP2Open: Amiga ROM (MapROM OFF)
Closed: ROM Selector (MapROM ON)
Closed
JP3Open: ?
Closed: ?
Warp 4040
JumperDefinitionDefault
JP1Open: ?
Closed: ?
JP2Open: Amiga ROM (MapROM OFF)
Closed: ROM Selector (MapROM ON)
Closed
JP3Open: ?
Closed: ?
Warp 1240
JumperDefinitionDefault
JP1Open: ?
Closed: ?
JP2Open: Amiga ROM (MapROM OFF)
Closed: ROM Selector (MapROM ON)
Closed
JP3Open: ?
Closed: ?

Performance

BusSpeedTest 0.19 of Chip RAM, Fast RAM, ROM on Warp 1260 at 95 MHz, firmware v1.003 [source 29m 48s]

File copying speed tests of Warp microSD, Warp CF, and A1200 IDE on Warp 1260 at 50 and 100 MHz, firmware v1.10 [source 0m 40s]

Bugs (known)