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Offline llopis

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Source for RAM ICs
« on: 16:45, 17 June 18 »
Does anyone have a good source of replacement RAM chips for the CPC?


I found this one in Ebay, but I'm not 100% sure that they are compatible:
https://www.ebay.es/itm/DRAM-64kx1-Dynamic-RAM-64k-x-1-200ns-HM4864P-3-MB8264-20-M5K4164NP-20-8-pieces/251666089003?hash=item3a9877c42b:g:YOoAAOxyLm9TA3Xw


If they are, is any of the 3 models better than the others?

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Re: Source for RAM ICs
« Reply #1 on: 09:46, 18 June 18 »
For originality I'd choose the Mitsubishi 4164's as these are what the original Amstrads used. From a performance point of view they are all the same for a CPC.

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Re: Source for RAM ICs
« Reply #2 on: 12:45, 08 July 18 »
I bought a bunch from Jameco.com