C64 Test Machines

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M1

  • C64C (ASSY NO 250469 R4) (Tobias)
  • CPU MOS / 8500 / 1588 24
  • CIA1 „new“ MOS / 6526A / 1788 216A
  • CIA2 „new“ MOS / 6526 / 1888 216A
  • VIC-II „new“ MOS / 8565R2 / 1688 22
  • SID „new“ MOS / 8580R5 / 1788 25
  • clock generator: MOS 8701
  • RAM: M41464-10 / OKI / JAPAN 833050


Box Check:Type detects this machine as „C64C IC 8565 8580 6526A 6526A“ (which seems correct)

VICII/lp-trigger/test2.prg shows 2-pixel delay

CIA/irqdelay/irqdelay.prg reports CIA1NEW CIA2NEW

VSP Lab v1.1 reports errors, so this C64 is NOT VSP safe!

M2

  • C64 (ASSY NO 250407) (Tobias)
  • CPU MOS / 6510 CBM / 3784
  • CIA1 „old“ MOS / 6526 / 3884
  • CIA2 „old“ MOS / 6526 / 3884
  • VIC-II „old“ MOS / 6569 R5 / 4786 15
  • SID „old“ MOS / 6581 / 2084
  • clock generator replacement
  • RAM: mT4264-15 / USA

Box Check:Type detects this machine as „C64 DL 6569 6581 6526 6526“ (which seems correct)

VICII/lp-trigger/test2.prg shows 2-pixel delay

CIA/irqdelay/irqdelay.prg reports CIA1OLD CIA2OLD

this C64 seems to be VSP safe

M3

  • C64 (ASSY NO 250407) (Jens)

note: seems quirky hw, lplatency.prg and gfxfetch.prg give strange results

M4

  • C64 (ASSY NO 250407) (Jens)

M5

  • C64C (ASSY NO 250469) (Jens)

M6

  • C64 NTSC (ASSY 250425) (Jens)
  • clock generator replacement
  • CPU: 6510 CBM / 0785
  • SID: 6581
  • CIA1: 6526 / 0786
  • CIA2: 6526 / 0786
  • VIC-II: 6567R8 / 1384
  • RAM: KM4164B-10 / 931C KOREA

M7

  • C64C PAL (ASSY NO 250469 R4) (Tobias)
  • CIA1 "new" MOS 6526A / 5187 216A
  • CIA2 "new" MOS 6526A / 5087 216A
  • SID: MOS 8580R5 / 5187 25
  • VIC: MOS 8565R2 / 0288 22
  • CPU: MOS 8500 / 5187 24
  • clock generator : MOS 8701 / 5187 22
  • RAM: MN414644-08 / JAPAN 75252

VSP Lab v1.1 reports errors, so this C64 is NOT VSP safe!

M8

  • C64 reloaded PAL (Tobias)
  • CIA1 "old" MOS 6526
  • CIA2 "old" MOS 6526
  • VIC-II "old" 6569R5
  • SID "new" CSG 8580R5
  • PLA MOS 906114
  • CPU MOS 6510
  • MOS 8701
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