…and the "Commodore 64 @ 933.000 Mhz"
April 28, 2003
It's retro conversion time again. This time it's the Commodore 64, which was once the best personal computer in the world. DocLorren souped up his Commodore 64 to run at 933Mhz with an EPIA M9000, and Neil Jansen went one better and converted his super-rare Commodore SX64 luggable into a Mini-ITX box. Now, where did we put that Commodore 65?
JJ aka DocLorren's "Commodore 64 @ 933.000 Mhz"
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