Started by Duke, 06:45, 23 June 18
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Quote from: Duke on 13:29, 28 June 18Probably about 320KB + 64KB baseram = 384KB total, maybe I can spare another 64 KB. Will see in the end how much is left.FDC + disk drive will not be firmware compatible with gotek/flashfloppy/hxc, as it's very different implementation on the FDC level. No display (don't have any spare gpio).WiFi for network, USB (wireless) for Keyboard & mouse.
Quote from: remax on 09:35, 29 June 18How would it be plugged in the GX4000 ? Internally or Externally ?
Quote from: Duke on 14:13, 29 June 18It is mounted internally. I updated the first post with pictures of this.First the Z80 cpu is unplugged, then you plug it into the galaxy board and the galaxy board into the z80 socket on the motherboard.
Quote from: MikeSDK on 14:35, 09 July 18I am of course intrigued, but I have a burning question: could you mount this internally in a regular 6128 as well or would it be too cramped with the keyboard right above it?
Quote from: Skunkfish on 21:44, 09 July 18Very excited by this. Would it be controllable via a web interface like the M4 board? Fancy using my mobile phone as a .DSK/cart image selector...
Quote from: ASiC on 17:35, 10 July 18@Phantomz Either you have a C4CPC or not, get rid off that nasty PSU and get yourself a new one!Lots of GXs had died a painful death because of that piece of crap!
Quote from: Phantomz on 15:20, 10 July 18@Duke Nice work Looking forward to getting one of these in the future if you release them. Will it work ok with the C4CPC cart plugged in, I mean will they both work ok together, also what about the power supply needed, I know people needed o get a new power supply if they use the C4CPC in a GX4000.
Quote from: Gryzor on 09:16, 23 August 18No news?
Quote from: GUNHED on 15:07, 24 October 18Well, since these new boards can emulate RAM and ROM ... Could it be doable to speed up the Z80 (and RAM and ROM access) to 8 Mhz or more? Of course the access of V-RAM (first 64 KB) would still need to run at 4 MHz in case they wont make more.
Quote from: GUNHED on 16:40, 26 December 18Well, if you need a person to test the upcoming hardware, then let me know. I got a new unused GX4000 here just waiting to see the sun of sense coming up.
Quote from: 00WReX on 01:45, 31 January 20Thought I'd keep this thread alive...Hey Duke, has any progress or thought been given to this project lately.I still think this would be super cool, but totally understand that this would be (another) time consuming project.And no doubt you already have plenty on the go already, and life itself is busy enough...but I can dream can't I Cheers,Shane
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