I just installed the HSG board (Type A = 512x512) in my 8032SK together with
the Commodore 64k-memory extension under the hood ;)
I checked the +5V-power consumption and it's no problem to supply all.
The 8032 needs 1700mA, the 64k-memory (32x4116 old 3-voltage DRAM) only
250mA and the HSG-board eats 600mA. All together its fewer than a 2001 with
about 3000mA (with 6540/6550).
I tested a lot with some demos (Steve, manual).
Finally I converted the Logo-image from the 128kbyte bitmap format (1
pixel=1 ascii-byte !!! / " " or "#") to a line-description-format. Now the
pic needs only 10 blocks = 2,5 kbyte - but the size is extremly
picture-dependent! The mac-demo-picture with checkered background is only a
little bit smaller then the original ascii-bitmap-format.
The loading of the pic with my new loader needs now only a minute instead of
more than 20 minutes!!!
Here it is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJoevNLgRnQ
Now I will try to find out how Commodore layout software works.... - a long
Has anyone schematics or other documents than the manual???
PS: I have a newtim80 monitor installed at $9000 - there is no conflict with