ZZ9000 Compendium

More than a modern Amiga graphics card
Compiled by a ZZ9000 owner and enthusiast

Updated: March 25, 2023 | ZZ9000 is 2019-2023 MNT Research GmbH


Preface | Specifications | Requirements / Compatibility | Production / Shipping | Installation | Screen Modes
Add-Ons | Apps 'n ARMs | Benchmarks | Features | Support / Troubleshooting | F.A.Q. | Links | Contact


IMPORTANT: There is a critical defect in the MNT ZZ9000 R-1 and R-2 circuit boards that needs to be fixed to avoid damaging your ZYNQ module.

Technical details: https://notes.mnt.re/s/BkBGokgMw

Preface

Please note that these unofficial pages are a work in progress intended only to serve as a helpful user-to-user reference and overview of the ZZ9000. They are not intended to mirror or detract from Lukas Hartmann/MNT Research GmbH's official website and support.

Many thanks to Lukas Hartmann for his hard work and dedication in developing and producing this card for Amiga 2000-, 3000-, and 4000-series, as well as the Amiga 500 and 500+ (or other custom Amiga also using a Zorro II adapter like Rob Cranley's Z-500 or the Checkmate 1500 Zorro adapter).

Thanks also to _Bnu, shanshe, Chain|Q and Thomas W. (and anyone else I may have missed) for their code contributions—if you've contributed any ZZ9000-related code, please let me know so I can add your name.

The ZZ9000 provides much-needed modern hardware to 'big box' Amiga owners; all that's needed is software to tap into it.

The latest available firmware and driver version for all ZZ9000-supported Amigas is 1.13. See the Updates page for more details.