Started by Seob, 01:31, 01 March 15
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Quote from: TFM on 00:16, 03 March 15And the 6128 Plus looks better than the MSX 2
Quote from: ZbyniuR on 01:15, 04 March 15How difficult it would be to convert the CPC to use a ramdisk as VRAM?2 swapping Fullscreen in 6128 would be great, if it make this possible.But how hard it can be?
Quote from: Prodatron on 12:14, 03 March 15Have a look, here you will always find MSX2 models for good prices:≥ Vind msx2 op Marktplaats.nl@sigh: Better watch out for a TurboR instead of an MSX2+. They have the same cases but where much more powerful. MSX2+ machines were mostly focused on catridge games, and so they only had 64KB of main memory.
Quote from: Prodatron on 01:51, 04 March 15Yes, unfortunately not. The CRTC can only access the first internal 64K of the CPCs main ram memory. Never heard about a mod which changes it.
Quote from: pelrun on 06:24, 04 March 15You can map other ram banks into the lower 64k, though. Or are you explicitly excluding bank switching?Edit: but I suppose you end up needing to switch the extra memory elsewhere into the lower 64k to write to it *anyway*, so you're not gaining anything over just flipping between &4000 and &c000.
Quote from: pelrun on 11:39, 04 March 15How did BANKMAN work, then? Or is the 6128's extra ram an exception?
Quote from: sigh on 03:41, 04 March 15That particular panasonic version has tape support which would give a more wider library of software. Unless there is someway to play cassette on the TurboR?
Quote from: ZbyniuR on 01:40, 04 March 15I meant how to change hardware to display screen straight from ramdisk without copy this to main 64k RAM. What is possible in Spectrum 128k and Atari 130XE, but not in CPC.
Quote from: Prodatron on 00:48, 04 March 15It's stupid to claim, that a CPC+ is technically superiour to an MSX2.
Quote from: TFM on 18:11, 05 March 15Now show me something better than this on your MSX2: Beast+ Preview (unfinished) coded for Amstrad Plus by Ast/iMPACT. Gfx done by Ced/Condense. 13.08.10
Quote from: Prodatron on 19:37, 05 March 15I was speaking about the technical features, which I listed here. Ignoring it doesn't help.
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