Dear David, On Sat, 26 May 2001, you wrote: > > 1.How many different motherboards where made for the C64 Brown Box type? > > Hm. > Classic bad-video american with sparkles > Classic bad-video american without sparkles > (these MIGHT be the same board, with different ICs) > newer breadbox board (8pin video port this time) > Newest breadbox board (with 7701/8701 clock generator) > Another 7701 clock gen board, but with two 4-bit-wide drams instead of 8 > 1bitters > > These are the breadboxes I've worked with. > > > 2.How many different motherboards where made for the C64C Cream-Colored > > C64c with 2114 static ram, and (I've never see this, but its verified to > exist) a second c64c with the static ram in the PLA(mmu). Thanks for the above information. I had heard that there were as many as seven different versions of the NTSC motherboard (5 of the breadboxes listed above plus 2 of the C64C = 7). Truly, Robert Bernardo Fresno Commodore User Group - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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