From: Nicolas Welte (welte_at_chemie.uni-konstanz.de)
Date: 2002-05-22 12:16:31
groepaz wrote: > and, ofcoz, the CP/M cartridge ..... oh and wasnt there some Ruud already mentioned that one :-) > chess-cart. (final chess cartridge? sth like that?) that had its own > RAM and CPU ? The Final Chess Card (from the makers of The Final Cartridge I-III) does use a 65C02 (overclocked to 5 MHz), but that one runs in parallel to the 6510. A common RAM area is used for communication between the chess CPU and the 6510. The BTX Modul II works in a similar way, it uses a 6803 CPU/MCU that runs the BTX stuff and communication is done via a special Motorola dual port RAM. Nicolas Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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