From: Anders Carlsson (anders.carlsson_at_sfks.se)
Date: 2007-07-03 23:13:16
Marko Mäkelä wrote: >> CBM D220 which is a relabeled 8296-D. > Is there some easy way to detect if it is a 8096 or 8296? Well, I assumed it is a 8296D since it has internal disk drives? As far as I know, there never was a 8096D model, but I could be wrong. I believe it should be possible to review the motherboard layout if it is a 8096, 8296 or 8296D. Number of RAM chips among other things. > But I guess there weren't any CBM 600, just 610 (B128-LP) and 620 (B256-LP). True. CBM 600 and PET/CBM 700 rather were family names, like 8000 series. Actually I might've seen front plates that say either CBM 700, PET 700 or PET 700/128K, while the back plate should tell the exact model. For that matter, has anyone ever seen a genuine CBM 620, or were all just 256K upgraded versions of the 610? -- Anders Carlsson Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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