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Fri Nov 9 23:11:24 CST 2007
And thusly were the wise words spake by Ethan Dicks
> On Fri, Nov 09, 2007 at 04:54:18PM -0500, Bryan Pope wrote:
> > > I know C= made static PETs with 2316s and 2114s, but I've never seen one.
> > > All the chiclet-keyboard PETs I've personally laid hands on had 6540s and
> > > 6550s. Does anyone have any sort of stats for how many static PETs were
> > > made after the switch? And didn't C= offer 8K dynamic PETs for a short
> > > time? (16 x 4Kbit DRAMs)
> > >
> > DRAM!? In a PET?! That is crazy talk! ;)
> I've had a PET with 16x 4116s since 1978, or are you picking on the CBM/PET
> labelling change?
No.., I have just realized I am an idiot..
> > There was never even DRAM in the C64...
> What do you call 4164s? (though the C-64/e switched to a pair of 4464s).
I have still much to learn...
> The VIC-20 was always static, though (5K of 2114s).
> > I can't find any schematics of PETs on zimmers.net (used to be one funet)
> > that use DRAMs...
> Static PET (6550s or 2114s)
> Dynamic PET (2001-N)
> DRAM schematic
> "Universal" PET (40-col, 80-col CTRC...)
Thank-you.. You are very much correct in saying there were dynamic RAM
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