ctirad wrote:It is the Phantom SE accelerator. An early version. I'm the author, BTW. The installation need some cleanup, anyway.
I only don't get why you want to remove it. You will barely find anything better. It is perfectly compatible with the CT6x, the clock-patch is one of the rare ones that actually works even with the 50/25MHz BUS. The 44.1Khz for audio is also very useful. Just fix the installation and use it.
bugs wrote:Ok I have rewired to the dsp clock input, the machine boots now with video. The hard disk was dead so I pulled one out of an old thinkpad.
I have followed another thread where Dal suggested to use nemesis.prg and then nind instead of P_turbo.prg,
I did that and see 3 modes 16/32,20/40, and 24/48. I ran gembench 4 on the diff modes, gembench 5 was crashing on the 13th test. I ran the diag cartridge and everything tests well except the video modes, it still goes all scrambled on the 2nd test.
stimpy wrote:If it is related to the type of RAM card then I think it was something to do with the Videl RAM access and the fact the Atari 14MB card has so many DRAM chips that it loads the bus heavily. I used to use it with speckles until I got around to replacing the memory card.
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