On 11/13/2011 10:19 PM, Steve Gray wrote: > These?: > > http://questcomp.com/InventoryParts.aspx?pn=MCM68764C Yes, those... The downside is, of course, those are NMOS and slow. So you have a choice. Use a 27C64 with an adapter and save some power and heat or plug in the MCM68764 and have it fit directly into the socket but produce more heat... Since they are directly replacable, I usually swap the 23128 in my 264 systems with properly programmed 27C128 (The ROMs are not thrown out of course), saves about 50mA per chip. In a C16 with an already tight power budget and internal regulator that does help keep the heat down. Same with a plus/4 and its 4 ROMs. Gerrit Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-11-14 18:00:32
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