>> You could just switch the monitor to greyscale :-P > > That takes out the color effects that are part of the demo. I thought your goal was to identify a 6569R1 this way. > Back then the CIAs were also labled 6526R4. MOS dropped the 'R4' > later. Gives you an idea how long it took to get those working. :) Not terribly long IMO. They shipped earlier revisions than that. >>> To bad no one has yet been able to find a software trick to >>> distinguish between the 6510 and the 8500. :) >> >> They didn't? I thought you could do the timing thing with the high >> port pins? Very unstable of course... > > Yes, there seems to be some kind of overlap so that there is no way > to be 100% sure whether you have a 6510 or a 8500. All you seem to > be able to do is get an approximation of the die temperature if you > take a measurement at power on and re-measure later. Yeah. Statistical stuff :-) Maybe you get better results if you combine this with a test of the XAA instruction? Segher Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-12-11 03:00:03
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