RE: C128 Ram Banks 2 and 3
Date: 2001-02-22 09:26:08

>I don't quite understand what you mean.  Should "they" be "their"?
Either :)

>Anyway, I assume that the MMU chip internally generates the CAS signals
>for RAM banks 2 and 3, but for some reason they didn't want to manufacture
>a bigger chip so that these signals could be brought out from the chip. (I
>think that the MMU is 48 pins already.)  The MMU registers do store the
>extra bits.
Running out of pins seems like a plausible reason...


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