On 10/27/2011 09:15 PM, Anders Carlsson wrote: > Gerrit Heitsch wrote: > >> The prototype board mentioned here has a 7360R4A on it, > > Nice catch! I've still not quite had the time to take additional, more > detailed pics of my board but they'll be on a website or mailbox any > month now. Your pics could be a bit sharper, but I read the writing on the TED on it as 7360R4A. If you have a working Plus/4 or C16 you could try if it still works. :) > Hm, so if relatively early revisions of the TED chip were not stable > even after adding the two diodes, I wonder what kind of message that > would have left to appointed software developers who got ahold of > prototype/developer boards in order to supply Commodore with a decent > amount of software ready for the launch. About the same as with the C64 and the early VIC-II revisions. From what I read the 6567R56 didn't produce a good picture and had different timings than the later ones (R8 and up). It's still the same today, if you get a preproduction model of something you're bound to run into problems. If it's a computer or OS, expect frequent upgrades and crashes. Gerrit Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-10-27 20:00:37
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