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Started by LambdaMikel, 19:17, 30 September 18
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Quote from: revaldinho on 18:21, 29 May 19If anyone else is interested in getting hold of one of these '464 cards then I do have a small number available so drop me a PM. I can build more to order but of course there will be a slight delay after the current batch runs out as I'd need to get in more PCBs and components.
Quote from: TotO on 11:48, 28 May 19So, if you think that your CPC expansion slot is shiny, may be a good start is to provide your mainboard revisions and CPU model.
Quote from: XeNoMoRPH on 20:01, 29 May 19@revaldinho , what is Z80Tube card please ?
Quote from: LambdaMikel on 05:38, 01 November 18Gunhead's "Tribute to the sisters" FutureOS Game runs fine on the 464 in C3 mode! Great game, btw - awesome playability (scrolling!!), music and graphics.
Quote from: LambdaMikel on 21:04, 07 July 19I could probably extend the LambdaBoard quite easily to 8 slots... it's just a matter of copy & paste in KiCAD. You mean that the orientation of the extension cards is parallel to the CPC (like in your picture), or perpendicular?
Quote from: Duke on 08:27, 07 October 18Put together a little extended ram tester (for first 512KB only, for now).It will test regular banking mode, C1 mode and C3 mode.Will add C2 mode later.Maybe useful to check various expansions.Instructions:RUN"RAM512KBEDIT: Updated to v1.0.1 - now checks if upper ROM in C3 mode is messing with 0x4000.EDIT2: Messy source code if anyone is interested -> https://github.com/M4Duke/z80/blob/master/RAM512KB.s
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