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Kortink ReCo6502

Kortink ReCo6502 is a remake, using modern parts, of the Acorn 6502 Second Processor, which was introduced in 1984 for the BBC Micro, and was created by John Kortink.

It offers several major enhancements. Most notably, support for faster 65C02s (up to 14 MHz instead of 3), support for the 65C816 (an enhanced version of the 65C02), and more memory (512 KB instead of 64).

Other enhancements include : more room for boot code (32 KB instead of 4), runtime selectable clock speed, on-board Hi-BASIC, and roughly halved power consumption.

ReCo6502 is not a standalone product. An existing Acorn 6502 Second Processor is required. ReCo6502 replaces its PCB, and 'inherits' its Tube ULA.

Date : 2010

Manufacturer : Kortink

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH33099. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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