Please note that
their link on this web page to the Home Base of the Super Inexpensive Cart!
SIC!, That is, in a
nutshell Super Inexpensive Cart, an intelligent cartridge designed for
eight-bit Atari, working on flash memory. It combines the features of the
standard cartridge, and the programmer. Can be used as multi-cart where you
can put a dozen or so favorite games demos, etc. Other applications include
the use of SIC! Thrown to him SpartaDos or programmable bone-em TOS for Atari
ST / E. Cartridge supports flash memory 1 - 2 - and 4-Mbit "5V" in
DIP package (corresponding with a capacity of 128, 256 and 512 kilobytes).
This memory is divided into banks, which are selected by writing the
appropriate values in the control register. Cart options you can test
the latest version of the emulator Altirra.
Ready Sic! There are two
With stand DIP (fits models of the XE and XL)
and housed in the cartridge housing.
And the ZIF socket (fits XE series)
The switch on the side of the cartridge allows
it to turn on / off without having to remove it from the slot.
However, the jumper at the top (visible when
you open the cartridge) can operate with a different sequence of bone
signals on pins (including some two-megabit memory where the reset signal
is on the # 1 pin).
With small modifications can convert Sic! Box
to reset the computer after passing the menu. To do this, insert Micro
Switch between pins # 1 and # 10 (GND) U2.
With the sic-em available
software is dedicated to him (the platform on which it operates, in