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IBM PCjr 64K Display Module

Replacement 64K Memory and Display Module for the IBM PCjr

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A replacement 64K memory and display expansion module for the IBM PCjr.

pcjr-64k-display.xls

Bill of Materials (BoM) - This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. CC-BY-NC 4.0, Copyright (C) 2020, David Anders. All Rights Reserved.

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NEC D41464 64k x 4bit DRAM Data Sheet.pdf

Datasheet for the 64k x 4bit Dynamic RAM

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pcjr-64k-display-schematic-revb.pdf

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pcjr-64k-display-design-files-revb.zip

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pcjr-64k-display-gerbers-revb.zip

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Mark Kierzkowski wrote 09/28/2022 at 13:26 point

where i can get part list?

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Dave's Dev Lab wrote 09/28/2022 at 14:42 point

i'll add a part list ...

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Dave's Dev Lab wrote 10/02/2022 at 17:24 point

i've added a Bill of Materials to the files list as well as a datasheet for the 64k x 4bit DRAM used on the project. if you have any questions feel free to give me a shout! side note, i have plenty of the parts in stock, so i could make a "parts kit" for you and sell it via ebay if you are interested!

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Mark Kierzkowski wrote 10/07/2022 at 20:19 point

Thank you

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Starhawk wrote 07/10/2020 at 04:24 point

How does this work? A lot of information does not appear to be here :(

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Dave's Dev Lab wrote 07/10/2020 at 04:30 point

i generally don't post log entries these days as they don't garner much feedback and consume a lot of time to do properly. The IBM PCjr has an internal memory expansion slot intended to add 64K of memory that can be shared for system resources as well as serve as  resource for the equivalent of a CGA (Color Graphics Array). simply plug in the card into the memory slot and you are done!

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Starhawk wrote 07/10/2020 at 04:35 point

OK, fair, but I'm missing something. Does this genuinely *replace* a display controller (MGA, which does not 'do' graphics, as well as CGA/EGA/VGA/PGC/etc which do), or just augment its memory abilities...?

If it *does* replace the display controller, then how does it generate and control the screen?

If not, perhaps a better name for it would be "64k Dual Mode System/Display RAM Expansion Card" or the like.

Also: forgive me, the PCjr is one of a few older boxes I've neglected my education on. I'm mostly a Commodore and MS-DOS kinda guy ;)

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Dave's Dev Lab wrote 07/10/2020 at 04:45 point

This is simply a 64K memory upgrade. the memory is shared between the system resources and the display controller. this just gives the CGA controller more memory to work with for additional screen/color modes. the name is a duplicate of the original name of the board as it was sold by IBM...

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