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From: Doug Spence <>
Date: Sun May 11 17:11:16 1997

On Wed, 7 May 1997, Roger Merchberger wrote:

> Due to massive amounts of caffeine & sleep deprivation, Doug Spence said:

How did you know about that? (I had just finished exams and was still
groggy. Three exams in three days. :/ )

> >Actually, I believe the quote you had in your other post said the 4116 was
> >16k bits... which would make my board 64K, which is too big without some
> >kind of bank switching scheme, isn't it?
> Ummmm... methinks your math might be a bit off. 16Kbits would be 2K bytes,
> so you'd have to have 32 chips on the board to get it to 64Kbytes... how
> many chips are there on the board?

Yup, you're absolutely right. (Duh!) There are 16 chips on the board. So
that should put my PET 2001 up to 40K (8+32=40, right? ;) ) if I ever get
the board working.

> Hope this helps,
> Roger "Merch" Merchberger
> --
> Roger Merchberger | If at first you don't succeed,
> Programmer, NorthernWay | nuclear warhead disarmament should
> | *not* be your first career choice.

Doug Spence
Received on Sun May 11 1997 - 17:11:16 BST

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