Xetec 32k

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eslapion
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Re: Xetec 32k

Postby eslapion » Thu Jan 26, 2017 6:44 am

norm8332 wrote:But I do get your point. someone running 10-11VAC will already have a baking Vic and additional draw will just make it worse. After rectification 11VAC will be close to 14 VDC at the regulator.

Generally, that's the idea.

BTW, I don't sell RAM expansions anymore, except for one specific handmade unit.
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Re: Xetec 32k

Postby dragos » Fri Jan 27, 2017 2:42 pm

norm8332 wrote:
CanadaPhil wrote:
dragos wrote:Hmm, I sure thought I had one of those, but I guess not. let me know if you decide to sell it :)


Oh oh.... I think another $2,500 ebay listing is in the works!

:D


I don't think so, it is just a ram expander, not a game. The other one is open to offers by the way..that price is not written in stone.



I sent you a PM, let me know :)
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Re: Xetec 32k

Postby eslapion » Sun Feb 05, 2017 12:24 am

The Wiki indicates the Data-20 16k RAM cartridge as "The only known RAM expansion for the VIC-20 that uses DRAM chips"

Obviously the Xetec 32k RAM Expander also uses DRAM so if anyone could update this, please do so.
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Re: Xetec 32k

Postby Barney » Mon Mar 20, 2017 7:39 am

I have that exact same Xetec 32k card. I bought it off Ebay several years ago.


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