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Tuesday 27th October 2015
JamesD

Correction, there is no native mode on the 64180. That''s a feature on the Hitachi 6309
A 6 MHz 64180 is supposed to be twice as fast as a 4 MHz Z80
BYTE magazine published a design for a CP/M compatible 64180 system in the Sept/Oct 1985 issues


Sunday 15th January 2012
JamesD

Percent


Sunday 15th January 2012
JamesD

That was supposed to say 20$ faster


Sunday 15th January 2012
JamesD (USA)

The HD64180 was manufactured by Hitachi. Zilog now sells the same thing as the Z180 but with minor differences in the buss signals.

The 64180/Z180 add a native mode which executes code 20$ faster once enabled, new instructions allow smaller more efficient code, an MMU allows addressing up to 1MB of memory, illegal opcodes are trapped, etc...


Saturday 24th December 2005
Pharoah (USA)
Atlas Software

512 colors, interesting!
That's 9 bits :)





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