From: André Fachat (afachat_at_gmx.de)
Date: 2007-07-02 11:44:05
Hi Cameron, > This comes from Hans Franke (you made me search the archives for a bit, so > I made sure the attribution was clearly marked so I can remember in future > :). > Here's the quote from his mail: > > "Throughout possible that commodore had several PCB layouts for > the MMF - I don't know. In the CBM archive, there are two versions, so there were at least two versions :-) I separated the quote here. Is it really clear that in the following he meant the SuperPET or not 'just another' PET board version? > There is also the late version of the > 8096 board with 128 K onboard RAM as used in the 8096SK and > 8296SK models. The memory maping was like the 8096 with the 64K > board but unlike the 64K of the 6809 board. I don't know any > Addition (like LOS-96) that used the additional 32K - the access > was very - uh - lets say not so easy :) (BTW: there are also > some units known whee this board resides inside a betal 8032/8096 > case and the unit is named 8096). The rest is entirely clear if you relate it to the 8x96 models only. > "I think Commodore did the best they could do to confuse collectors :)" Indeed :-) > > Did you get any comments on the 6702? > > Nope :( > > I don't think anyone knows much about it anymore. What a pity. Someday I'll have to dig up a 6809 emulator and put it into VICE, so we can find out how this IC is accessed and what it does.... But when I look at my TODO list, it'll take ages.... André -- GMX FreeMail: 1 GB Postfach, 5 E-Mail-Adressen, 10 Free SMS. Alle Infos und kostenlose Anmeldung: http://www.gmx.net/de/go/freemail Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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