RE: 6502 to 8501 board: IT WORKS!
Date: 2002-02-19 05:37:54

Hello Daniele, Ruud,

>Last year, if you remember, Ruud made a schematic of a board which contains
>a 6522A CPU, a 6522A VIA and some logic ICs for simulating a 7501/8501 CPU
>disk drive (I have a 1541). Maybe during the week I can complete my tests.
>But, surely, it is good a good thing, isn't it?

Excellent stuff! This would be a great project to have documented as there
is no replacement otherwise available.

Add to your list a speed benchmarking test to make sure that the CPU is
averaging the same throughput. Not a problem if its not, but would be verify
that it gets clocked at the two speeds as per normal.

- Nick


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