> On 2016-08-12, at 12:35, email@example.com wrote: > > BTW - the list is not [entirely] correct. For example I've seen tons of 8372s in A500s as well as tons of 8371s in A2000s. I recall I even upgraded a number of those, because 8372 was the first to allow 2MiB "chip" RAM and people wanted those. Correction: echo "2MiB" | sed s/2/1/ But - as Gerrit pointed, there was a variant of 8372 (the "B"), for which it would be correct. Yet what I meant was the "A" variant. > Huh, rusty memory… -- SD! Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-08-12 12:00:04
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