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Started by keropi, 22:39, 16 June 16
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Quote from: ||C|-|E|| on 23:14, 16 June 16It has border, so I think that there is a good chance that the RAM is failing
Quote from: Bryce on 08:22, 17 June 16Nope stick with 41464. They are quite easy to find. And pray that the ASIC hasn't been damaged because that's not replaceable. Then stand in a corner and hit yourself with a big stick for doing something so stupid to your plus! Bryce.
Quote from: ||C|-|E|| on 10:42, 17 June 16About the RAM, the cheapest chips I found, by far, as these:5PCS Dynamic RAM IC NEC DIP-18 UPD41464C-10 D41464C-10 UPD41464C D41464C | eBay5 for 1.96 pounds or 2 something euros including delivery cost. I used 2 of them the upgrade the 464 Plus and work well
Quoteauthor=Bryce link=topic=12109.msg128710#msg128710 date=1466148127]Nope stick with 41464. They are quite easy to find. And pray that the ASIC hasn't been damaged because that's not replaceable. Then stand in a corner and hit yourself with a big stick for doing something so stupid to your plus! Bryce.
Quote from: Bryce on 11:47, 17 June 16Good price, but with 3 weeks delivery time, it's not for people impatiently waiting to find out whether their 6128+ is dead or not.Bryce.
Quote from: dragon on 12:04, 17 June 16Well tecnically is replaceable, as is selling in donberg electronics or an alternative is sacrificed a gx4000.Anyway, i not sure if is necesary a working ram to test some features of the asic. Or at least with the minimum ram working of video memory page.The test cartridge maybe not used ram, or at least very little.
Quote from: Bryce on 09:41, 17 June 161 Stück NEC D41464C-10 DRAM 64K x 4 | eBayBryce.
Quote from: Dr Tiger Ninestein on 14:48, 17 June 16So it's possible to take an asic from a gx4000 and put it into a plus?I did wonder if this was possible but always assumed it had to be from another plus.
Quote from: Bryce on 12:28, 17 June 16I've mentioned this here before somewhere: Donberg DOES NOT possess any stock, they are a reseller of stock they believe exists somewhere in the world. They are a one/two person enterprise in a small office. Try buying one from them and see if it ever arrives.Bryce.
Quote from: TFM on 15:53, 17 June 16Of course they are from .... Ireland!
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