RE: GO64 tech stuff?

From: COPLIN, Nicholas. (
Date: 2000-08-25 12:10:37

> Good point. This would be more noticeable on some machines than others,
> hence it would be difficult to say what is an acceptable use of this
> feature and what is not. You'd have to make decisions about the maximum
> RAM refresh periods of *all* the different DRAM chips in C64s out there...
[COPLIN, Nicholas.]  another possibility is that those of us still
experimenting with our machines to the limit could replace the 4164's with
41256's which are pin compatible and have the benefit of a 4times longer
refresh cycle allowing perhaps more effects...

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