Hallo William, > The 64K memory is easily supplied these days with a single 64Kx8 RAM chip. > The control logic is not as easy as it must contain a register hold the > settings after they are set. Could you give the number please? Here at my work they are replacing the old token-ring cards with ethernet cards. I can have some of the old ones. Problem is I cannot figure out what kind of RAM is on it. For example: Toshiba TC511665BZ-80 Sanyo LC32664BJ-70 Of course searched the web but zero :( It's a shame to have so many candidates laying around to be used as RAM expansion and you cannot use them because you even have no idea what it is. Just remembered I have some old videocards and motherboards laying at home which use chips like the above Sanyo as video RAM. Size 1cm * 1 inch, 40 pins at .05" space. Any body an idea what they are and, most important, if they can be used? Groetjes, Ruud http://Ruud.C64.org - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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