Works as advertised. Some direction as to installation would have been helpful, but I was able to find some good photos online. The word "front" is printed on the card and the only clue you get. Standard protocol regarding static discharge and making sure your machine is turned off, etc., apply of course. Overall, this is a good product: Small, uses less power, creates less heat, does not have dozens of chips to reset regularly, cannot 'wiggle' and touch your SCSI card in slot-7. I am very happy with it. Competitively priced.
I'm using the CGA2RGBv2 with a Commodore 128 for its 80-column RGBI port, plugged into an OSSC (Open Source Scan Converter). The picture is emulator-clear - razor sharp and flicker free once OSSC is properly configured. I don't have any 15kHz capable displays, which is why I needed to use CGA2RGBv2 in conjunction with an upscaler. HIGHLY recommend and good documentation on the seller's website https://gglabs.us/
I would have liked an optional pre-made USB-A power cable to be available for an extra charge, but wasn't hard to make once I borrowed the appropriate tools.
An easy way to fill your Apple IIgs with lots of memory.
I had an old RamPro card in my ROM3 GS with only 2 MB of RAM installed on it. Recently I decided to upgrade it to 4 MB but I found that the memory chips for it are no longer easily available. Rather than try to scrounge together expensive old chips from eBay or similar, I decided to go the easy route and buy a brand new RAMGS/4. No hassle, easy availability, and no messing around with installing chips or flipping DIP switches.
Now my GS has more memory than I'm likely to need and I know my memory card is new and reliable. And I bet it generates less heat than the old one (always a concern in a GS packed full of cards).
It is exactly what is useful to examine the operation of RS-232 interconnections. Excellent addition to my tool box . Recommended highly for troubleshooting RS-232 problems since each line is both broken out and switchable in or out. Nice device.
The RAMS/8 works really well, and replaces the huge Apple RAM expansion board nicely. Everything I've thrown at the board under GS/OS indicates that the board works perfectly.
A little bit more documentation might be nice, though. There's none in the package, and none that I could find on the vendor's website. Only a small mark on the board indicates which way round it should be installed. It might be nice to have some links to RAM tests or other diagnostics too.