Commodore 64 IDE 64 HDD Cartridge
> Company: IDE64 Project, US
Commodore: Commodore 64
Interface: cartridge port
The IDE64 cartridge is a device for connecting an CompactFlash (CF), IDE hard disk drive and/or CD-ROM drive to a Commodore 64.
It is plugged into the Expansion Port and connected to the hard drive by means of a 40 wire cable.
IDE harddrive/CF transfer rate is more than 100 times the rate of the floppy drive 1541.
IDE64 expands the features of the original floppy drive and file system presenting the new dimmension of storage for the C64.
The IDE cartridge contains a 128KB ROM (EPROM or flash EPROM with IDE DOS, Machine Code Monitor File Manager and Setup)
a 28kB RAM (used for internal buffers)
a realtime clock chip (powered by a battery)
two LEDs (to indicate the presence of the cartrige and HDD activity)
a Short-BUS for new peripherals
Amiga Clock Port
mini USB Device Port (PCLink)
an ispLSI chip.
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Above: Commodore 64 IDE 64 Project Drive Expansion