GMT (GGLABS Memory Test) is a new developed memory test for vintage computers optimized for speed and coverage. The code is based on the test algorithms described in “Testing Semiconductor Memories: Theory and Practice” by A.J. van de Goor. The program is mostly in C plus small sections in assembly.
JULY 19, 2019 — LEOMINSTER, MA — Juiced.GS, the world’s last and longest-running Apple II print publication, will publish its twenty-fifth volume (issues #97–100) in 2020.
“We’ve enjoyed a lot of milestones over the years: our 1,000th article, our first full-color covers, a septupling of our subscriber base, and more,”
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The 80 column output of the Commodore 128 is the same digital RGBI used by the original IBM CGA graphics adapter. Unfortunately nowadays is quite difficult to find a monitor with the suitable RGBI input. The CGA2RGBv2 adapter will convert the TTL RGBI to analog RGB suitable to be
We’re glad to announce a new item in the ReActiveMicro Store: Apple II & II+ Keyboard Encoder IC The KR3600-070, Apple Part Number 331-0931-B, is the Keyboard Encoder IC for the II and II+ keyboards. We have limited stock of this IC. Available now for only $40. https://www.reactivemicro.com/product/apple-ii-ii-keyboard-encoder-ic/ We …
We wanted to keep everyone updated with our current progress with the Ultimate One v1.0 project.
Software development has gone live, contributions are welcome. If you want to know what is exactly going on, please visit our github at github.com/ultimateapple2. We welcome pull requests.
We want to thank capt.