This page contains a list with hardware projects. First the Commodore related ones.
- Commodore PC related projects
- 27+8KB RAM expansion for the VIC-20
Expand your VIC-20 with 35 KB of RAM.
- 1541IDE8: an IDE hard disk drive for your 1541
- 1541LPT: No more floppies anymore!
Replace the floppy disk with a PC, using the LPT port.
- 6502 -> 65816
Replace your 6502 processor with the 16-bitter 65816.
- 6510 -> 65816
Replace your 6510 or 8502 processor with the 16-bitter 65816.
- 6530 replacement
Replace the brooken 6530 of an IEEE drive with a self built one.
- Build your own 6502
Go back to the times when mankind used discrete components to build processors: build a 6502 that can replace a real one!
- Build your own 6502, the mini version
Again, go back to the times when mankind used discrete components to build processors. Build a 6502 with less parts as possible! But be aware: less parts means: less speed!
- Build your own KIM-1
Build your own KIM-1, Commodores first computer
- Build your own Memory Management Unit
No more free memory space? Add more RAM and I/O to your computer using a MMU!
- C64 ISA expansion
Add the PC ISA bus to your Commodore 64
- C64/128 ISA expansion PLUS
Add the PC ISA bus plus a 65816 to your Commodore 64/128
Use a PC as a hard disk drive for your PET and CBM-series.
Use a PC to create images of your real floppies by connecting it directly to your IEEE drives.
A hardware debugger for your computer.
An EPROM-emulator for your LPT port.
An idea to make your own 1750 RAM Expansion Unit
- ISA expansion
Add a 65816 and the PC ISA bus to your 6502 equiped computer
- More RAM for your 1541
24 KB more RAM for your 1541.
- Even more RAM for your 1541-II
Up to 62 KB for your 1541-II if you want to !!!
- The VIC-20 Expanded
Expand your VIC with a lot of memory and FlashRAM and prepare it for an even better future...
- Old projects.
A page with old ideas or projects not supported anymore.
This part contains a list with non-Commodore related hardware projects.
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