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Started by dragon, 09:46, 07 July 17
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Quote from: freemac on 12:40, 07 July 17If the component is very hot, you have a problem... If your resistor is hot (one used to pass from 5v to 3.3v), you will have a problem.
Quote from: Bryce on 10:20, 07 July 17You'll be pleased to hear that there are no CPC 3.3V hardware (that I am aware of) that has this issue. The C4CPC for example connects to the CPC via a Xilinx XC95144XL which has 5V tolerant inputs and a 74LS245 Buffer which is also a 5V part.So you can sleep well knowing that your Amstrad isn't about to die (at least not due to some 3.3V hardware being connected to it.Bryce.
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