Hi Mike, On 24 Jul 1998, Michael Eglestone wrote: > The SCPU 128 is FAR from a cart. It's a very large unit. Also, the daughter > board that is required is NOT that simple to hookup. I have two of them > and I chose to solder the connections to the processor rather than use > the clips which CMD provided. The SCPU-128 is a serious processor > advacment folks. It makes BASIC run like ML, and ML runs like it was on > an Intel 200 MEG processor. But, the 128 version is not simple to install. > > Is it worth the money.. Hell yes. But, be ready to do some work. It's > not a plug and play cart. There is some serious hooking up involved > inside the computer. Hmmmm, judging from the posts that I've seen in the past from you, I think you're one of those techies that can hack their own when they need it. Me? I hardly know which point is the hot one, with a solder iron. With that in mind, how can you say that the process of installing the MMU daughterboard in the 128 is difficult? It took me 15 - 20 minutes to do the whole thing. I think it took me more to read and reread and check the instructions against how I installed it. Just my humble opinion, of course. Hernan
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