Willsy Posted October 23, 2013 Share Posted October 23, 2013 The SAMS boards *are* good units. TurboForth allows access to it. It's worth supporting and writing code for it. It's very handy indeed in a Forth environment. I will buy a SAMS board if there's a new run - although I already have one. If a new run is made, a jumper should be included on the board to allow the 32K to be disabled. It can clash with ram disks et al (which often also provide the 32K). (for those that are not aware, when you use a SAMS board, you remove your TI 32K card from the PEB - the 32k is part of the 1024K on the SAMS) 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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