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Quote from: dragon on 12:45, 23 June 20https://www.ebay.es/itm/Cartridge-Circuit-Board-unknown-game-for-Amstrad-GX4000-464-Plus-6128-Plus/124230017073?hash=item1cecafa031:g:jp0AAOSwMPxe7m7f1.board not present in cpcwiki. (a19) 2.Amstrad uses st eeproms, not amd. But amd manufacture this chip from 88.3.back solders appear normal from factory?.4.gp=burning rubber?
Quote from: Chinnery on 14:50, 24 June 20Its a bit odd that this is an "Unknown Game", but his other listings show "Dick Tracey" tested as displayed on screen:https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dick-Tracy-for-Amstrad-GX4000-464-Plus-6128-Plus-game-cartridge-only/124228974172?hash=item1cec9fb65c:g:hPkAAOSwP1de7P-rMind you, the Dick Tracey card has silver contacts - was this a normal Amstrad thing or is this cart a modern bootleg?
Quote from: Bryce on 15:27, 24 June 20The Dick Tracey cartridge is an obvious fake. The contacts are wrong, the case has been opened and the PCB looks like a modern milled PCB, not stamped as they were at the time. As for the "unknown" cartridge, it's probably real, just not working. I know that Amstrad mainly used ST EPROMs, but all manufacturing will have a second source for many parts, so it's not impossible that they could have used AM parts.Bryce.
Quote from: Skunkfish on 19:17, 08 November 20I'm selling my Multiface 2 on eBay, starting price £4.64https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Original-Multiface-2-for-Amstrad-CPC-464-664-6128-Boxed-with-manuals/224226911170
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