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The Commodore Amiga 4000, or A4000, is the successor of the A2000 and A3000 computers. There are two models, the A4000/040 released in October 1992 with aMotorola 68040 CPU, and the A4000/030 released in April 1993 with a Motorola 68EC030.
The Amiga 4000 introduced the Advanced Graphics Architecture (AGA) chipset with enhanced graphics and continued the A3000's system architecture. However, the SCSIperipheral interface was replaced by lower cost IDE.
The A4000 is housed in a white desktop box with a separate keyboard. Later Commodore released an expanded tower version called the A4000T.
The A4000 shipped with AmigaOS 3.0, consisting of Workbench 3.0 and Kickstart 3.0, which together provide a single-user multi-tasking operating system and support for the built-in hardware. Following release of AmigaOS 3.1 it became possible to upgrade the A4000 by installing compatible Kickstart 3.1 ROM chips. The later AmigaOS 3.5 and 3.9 releases were A4000 compatible as software only updates requiring Kickstart 3.1.
AmigaOS 4, a PowerPC native release of the operating system, can be used with the A4000 provided a CyberStorm PPC board is installed. Likewise, MorphOS, an alternative Amiga compatible operating system can be used with this hardware.
Variants of platform independent operating systems such as Linux and BSD can also be used with the A4000.