On Tuesday 08 November 2011, you wrote: > On Tue, 08 Nov 2011 14:59:08 -0500 > > "Greg King" <email@example.com> wrote: > > From: "Vanessa Ezekowitz"; on Thur., Nov. 03, 2011; at 01:52 AM -0400 > > > > > As far as I know, all "REU" devices, whether they be the original > > > Commodore hardware or a clone like mine, perform at the same speed: > > > about 1 MB/sec via DMA, the maximum the C64 bus can handle > > > (as far as I know). > > > > Strictly speaking, the name REU (RAM Expansion Unit) is misused; it > > doesn't name Commodore's devices. CBM's 17xx models are called > > REMs (RAM Expansion Modules). The name REU was invented by Berkely > > Softworks, Inc.; it is the entire group of RAM devices that are > > supported by GEOS. > > > > REMs, geoRAMs, and Quick Brown Boxes are the original REUs! > > Very interesting - I was not aware of this. Well, consider my last reply > amended - it performs the same as all other Commodore-issued RAM Expansion > modules ;-) i also was very surprised - a while ago i started looking up the "correct" names for all cartridges in VICE and renamed them accordingly... and the fact that it now says "ram expansion module" in the menus already confused a bunch of people :) now putting the above three into a submenu which is called "ram expansion units" would be fun =D Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-11-08 23:00:35
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