> And does it really have 160 KB of RAM, like the name suggests? > (haven't seen evidence for that, of course) It doesn't. There are only 64 KB onboard. The "original" MW 8160 / 8096 A has holes between the RAM and the TTL logics for three single-row connectors. They are meant for a second bank of 64 KB RAM chips plus blocking caps located at a second PCB on top. But I haven't seen this neither in real life nor just a photo. So the calculation is: 32 KB onboard + 64 KB expansion + another 64 KB = 160 KB total. Nils Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2013-01-23 00:00:32
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