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  1. So $25-30 a module assembled and tested or kit form?
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    Possibly Awesome Haul Tomorrow

    $19 for 1, $25 for 2, $35 for 4. I just need 2 for a 660av and used ones would match the color better then new (plus I am cheap).
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    Possibly Awesome Haul Tomorrow

    Are the 6115 feet spoken for?
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    OrangePC Ram problem

    Some OrangePC cards (486) have built in video and have a dongle out the back for connecting a monitor directly to the card. The 386 cards I own use the Mac video for display. Decent 1 came out in 1995 which was socket 5 Pentium 1 era not 386. The game does not need a 3D accelerator, nor were ANY ISA cards made to accelerate 3D. The best you can do is use an original Voodoo 1 (PCI) with a beta driver to play the game accelerated.
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    OrangePC Ram problem

    386DX are 32 bit and supports more then 16MB, a 386SX uses a 16 bit path and you are stuck with 16MB or less depending on the board.
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    Carrera040 cachecard add-on cloning

    How many people actually own a Carrerra? I have one with cache if my memory is correct.
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    "New" 68-pin VRAM modules?

    I am sure you could make them if you had compatible chips. I used to hoard the VRAM when I was still acquiring machines and even took apart some 1MB PCI PPC ones for PC video card upgrades when they were dirt cheap. VRAM for LC and Quadra are different and you have 256K and 512K varieties.
  8. Unless a couple broken units keep getting sold and resold.
  9. 7.1 rocks on a IIfx. What did the IIfx ship with 4x256K or 4x1MB?
  10. 32MB is plenty but if you are going to make SIMMs you might as well make the maxed out ones (you don't need both banks filled anyway). Any clue how many working IIfxs are out there in the world? 1000's, 100's?
  11. Needing PAL RAM sucks. I have Daystar adapters for both the Mac II and IIx so being stuck with 8MB of RAM on an 040 is not ideal.
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    Cards and drives

    The RasterOps ColorBoard 364 is unaccelerated and supports a resolution of 640 x 480 in up to 24-bit color. Were the disks originals and if so what version?
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    IIfx | IINTX 64-pin SIMMs

    Apple, GVP, and AST all use proprietary 64 pin SIMMs.
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    IIfx | IINTX 64-pin SIMMs

    The original printer RAM was 100ns and was too slow for IIfx use.
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    JackHammer in IIfx no boost in perfomance

    Don't forget that the drives internal transfer rate is slightly different for reading and writing. AV drives were optimized for writing data, consumer desktop drives are optimized for reading data. You also have different real world speeds depending on if you have data on the inner tracks or outer tracks (empty vs full drive).
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