MagerValp wrote: > >>>>> "Martijn" == Martijn van Buul <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > > MV> I found a full tower PC case today and I'd like to try to put one > MV> of my C64s in it. It's in really good condition and it's even got > MV> one of those MHz displays :) I've figured out how to connect the > MV> keyboard, but what do I do with the 9V AC from the PSU? Is it > MV> actually needed in the C64 or is it just available on the user > MV> port? IIRC the SX-64 doesn't use 9V AC and it works just fine :) > > Martijn> Euh... If you've got an old C64 (No C64c etc, old VIC and > Martijn> SID), > > I have a breadbox C64 and one of the earlier C64c with the old PCB, so > no luck there. > > Martijn> you'll most definately need 9V AC, > > OK. I guess I'll have to get creative. I could always mount the C64 > power supply inside the case and connect it's ground to the PC PSU. > Does the 128 use 9V AC? EUh... My 128D (plastic) has 9V AC... Speaking of 128D's (off-topic!): How many 'national' versions were there of this machine? I've got a German 128-flat, a French/Belgian 128D (AZERTY sucks, btw) (ah well.. I wish it would, actually), I remember reading that there was a swedish version too.. Anyone? > > Martijn> since this is used to create the 12V needed by the VIC and > Martijn> SID. Furthermore, the Time Of Day-clock from the CIAs are > Martijn> timed via the AC line. > > Does anyone use the TOD? > Not that I'm aware of. I wish Commodore would have done. It would make that TI$ thingie quite a lot more accurate. -- Fight Spam! Join CAUCE! == http://www.cauce.org/ Martijn van Buul, email@example.com Tijntje@OuterSpace - 126.96.36.199 3333 - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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