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Re: Internal memory expansion
« Reply #210 on: 2015.October.12. 22:23:34 »
I tried also to contact Saints without sucess :cry: If someone know another way to get an expansion kit... or if there are any plan for an external version ?


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Re: Internal memory expansion
« Reply #211 on: 2015.October.29. 18:14:06 »
If anyone is making another batch of memory expansions, I'm also interested.

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Re: Internal memory expansion
« Reply #212 on: 2015.October.31. 18:21:46 »
I live in the UK and would be interested in 2 of these memory expansions - can someone let me know if there are any available and how much they are?

Thanks,

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Re: Internal memory expansion
« Reply #213 on: 2015.November.02. 13:36:42 »
I live in the UK and would be interested in 2 of these memory expansions - can someone let me know if there are any available and how much they are?

Thanks,

KbJ

It's already planned. :D We"re going to write here when it finished. We don't know the price yet.
The card will include a 10 Mhz enlargement :)

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Re: Internal memory expansion
« Reply #214 on: 2015.November.04. 18:02:53 »
It's already planned. :D We"re going to write here when it finished. We don't know the price yet.
The card will include a 10 Mhz enlargement :)

Great news!

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Re: Internal memory expansion
« Reply #215 on: 2015.November.04. 22:55:17 »
Ahhh that's great news!  I don't know if I can wait!!

Looking forward to the day you have it ready for sale - and if you need a tester, I'm more than happy to test!

Thanks!

Mark.

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Re: Internal memory expansion
« Reply #216 on: 2015.December.12. 07:57:27 »
It's already planned. :D We"re going to write here when it finished. We don't know the price yet.
The card will include a 10 Mhz enlargement :)

Good news, i hope i'll be able to buy one for my poor enterprise 64.

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Re: Internal memory expansion
« Reply #217 on: 2015.December.12. 08:39:57 »
just a question
a mem expansion for ep64 is equal compared to the ep128 mem? I mean in speed for example (other paramters is equal I think)
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Re: Internal memory expansion
« Reply #218 on: 2015.December.12. 10:19:25 »
It is equal, EP64 slower only, because everything is used from VRAM

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Re: Internal memory expansion
« Reply #219 on: 2015.December.13. 20:58:27 »
It is equal, EP64 slower only, because everything is used from VRAM

I'm not sure, but as far as I can remember EP64 also had older version of EXOS ...

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Re: Internal memory expansion
« Reply #220 on: 2017.November.02. 14:47:31 »
is this board still being made?

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Re: Internal memory expansion
« Reply #221 on: 2017.November.02. 18:37:07 »
You can put a PM to szorg. He sells 1Mb internal Ram expansions.

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Re: Internal memory expansion
« Reply #222 on: 2017.November.02. 23:29:32 »
is available from 1Mb memory expansion in stock :-)
thoughtful version in small and flat size
(both versions are in the picture, the new is the red PCB) ...

if you are interested, please email to me
vortyex at gmail dot com

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Re: Internal memory expansion
« Reply #223 on: 2017.November.03. 23:59:01 »
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both versions are in the picture, the new is the red PCB

Do you have both in stock, or you have only the red one ?

Are the two boards directly exchangeable ?

I mean, I have two EP boards assembled with the "big ass green" (:)!) one,
can I just pull off the existing expansion boards from the cables and plug in the new (red) one ? Without any soldering work ?

(It seems the red one has a bit different wiring than the previous one ...)
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Re: Internal memory expansion
« Reply #224 on: 2017.November.04. 03:12:52 »
thoughtful version in small and flat size

The same functions with the same wiring, only in SMD

SzörG put Saint's board only for comparing it with his new memory expansion.
« Last Edit: 2017.November.04. 03:15:55 by gflorez »