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Octoate's News - MegaROM board
« on: 02:01, 18 October 10 »
MegaROM board
17 October 2010, 8:38 pm

Bryce released another great hardware project for the CPC. This time it is a ROM extension board which uses one big EPROM (1 MBit or 2 MBit) to store your ROMs instead of using small 16kb EPROMs, which are hard to find nowadays. With an 1 MBit EPROM you can use 8 16kb ROMs and with an 2 MBit you can use 16 16kb ROMs.

This is an DIY project, which means, that Bryce won’t build a batch of them, but you can get all files (schematics, board) and a description of it from the MegaROM article in the CPCWiki. You can discuss this project in this thread of the CPCWiki board.

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