> On 2016-04-20, at 16:18, email@example.com wrote: > > well spotted (i think "turbo trans" and "turbo access" are the same thing, see > page 8) Das TURBOACCESS- bzw. TURBOTRANS. Yeah. AFAIR they still had TURBOPROZESS at some point. But that was supposed to be the SuperCPU killer ;-) > > On Wednesday 20 April 2016, 10:09:26 David Wood <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >> The board layout on page 7 (pdf page 9) of >> http://ar.c64.org/rrwiki/images/c/cd/TurboTrans_Manual_german_with_v3_addend >> um.pdf matches this board, including the named discrete logic chips and the >> trimmer below the passthrough slot. Indeed - so this tired board is only a part of das TURBOACCESS- bzw. TURBOTRANS >>> On Wednesday 20 April 2016, 15:23:44 email@example.com wrote: >>>> http://www.ebay.de/itm/391430826756 >>> >>> looks like the first version of turbo access to me, compare with this >>> (v2.7): >>> >>> http://retroport.de/resources/Turbo_Access_C64_1_Retroport+$28Large$29.JPG I never had one. And additionally was kind of distracted by the two empty 24-pin sockets. Was Das TURBOACCESS- bzw. TURBOTRANS the one that buffered the whole floppy in RAM? I "liked" their explanations on installation in the 1541 and that the fact that they made a product that doesn't fit there solved the overheating issues of the drive ;-) -- SD! Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-04-20 19:00:02
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