Mega STE Internal ACSI2STM

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olivier.jan
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Mega STE Internal ACSI2STM

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Hi,
If you're interested I just finished a PCB to mount an ACSI2STM inside Mega STE using the internal DMA connector.
The KiCAD project is available here : https://github.com/olivierjan/ACSI2STM-MSTE

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Re: Mega STE Internal ACSI2STM

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That looks very much like the holy grail. Nice job.
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This looks very neat, Olivier! :)

Got any pictures of it in situ?

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Re: Mega STE Internal ACSI2STM

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Badwolf wrote: Tue Apr 12, 2022 6:44 pmGot any pictures of it in situ?
He got a whole build thread on AtariAge.
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DoG wrote: Tue Apr 12, 2022 6:50 pm
He got a whole build thread on AtariAge.
Ah, yes! Excellent work, Olivier. Perfect for the job.

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DFB1 Open source 50MHz 030 and TT-RAM accelerator for the Falcon
DSTB1 Open source 16Mhz 68k and AltRAM accelerator for the ST
Smalliermouse ST-optimised USB mouse adapter based on SmallyMouse2
FrontBench The Frontier: Elite 2 intro as a benchmark
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Re: Mega STE Internal ACSI2STM

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I received a few new Bluepill yesterday and I would like to test the stability of the interface.
Is there any TOS software to test the hard disk? It clearly works, reads, writes but I would like to run some tests over a few hours to make sure it’s stable and there’s no corruption.
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