This is my C64 Reloaded MK2 board from Individual Computers The board is equipped with black ZIF sockets. Users have to populate the board with their own chips. I plan to use the following original Commodore chips: CPU (MOS 6510), CIA’s (MOS 6526), SID’s (MOS 6581 and 8580R5) and a VIC-II (MOS 6569R5). The machine differs from the first version of the C64 reloaded boards (link, link) in several areas: it does not need a PLA nor a CSG8701 timing generator and up to two SID chips can be installed. All installed chips are detected atutomatically meaning that the Commodore 64 Reloaded MK2 is a completely jumper-free design. Furthermore, all ROMs are held in a user-writable flash ROM. Using an USB cable and a terminal program, the C64 Reloaded MK2 can be flashed with custom Kernal ROMs like JiffyDOS.
Here are a bunch of pictures of the board before any chips have been installed.
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Have you been able to get a 1351 mouse adapter to work with the MK2 even when using an 8580R5 or ARMSID? On my MK2 and Ultimate 64 Elite I have had no luck but I can get it to work on my 64C with either chip.
Hi Doug, I have not tried the combinations that you mention. Have you tried asking Jens and/or Gideon about the issue?