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  • Cameron Kaiser
    Dec 30, 2002
      > The 9995 muxes the databus always. The 9995 is the indirect descendant of
      > the 9985 that was supposed to be in the 99/4 -- which instead got a 9900
      > kludged to work similarly to the 9985. The 99/8 uses a special version of
      > the 9995 that disables most of the on-chip RAM.

      Explain this. Is there another "$8300 page" RAM out there in the 99/8?
      Is that page connected by the same 16-bit wide path as the 9900's, or muxed
      in the same way as the rest of memory access? And what's most of the RAM?

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