Victor HC-60
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The first Victor computers were essentially rebranded Yamaha MSX machines without SFG music module. A RF TV module replaces the SFG-01. A superimposing adapter module (HC-A602S) was sold as an option.

The HC-60 looks like the CX5F or YIS-503. Its color is identical to the second model of HC-5 or the HC-6.

This machine was aimed at the Japanese market. The power supply is internal.

Brand Victor (Manufacturer: Yamaha)
Model HC-60
Year 1985 (June)
Region Japan
Launch price ¥64,800
RAM 32kB in slot 0
Media MSX cartridges, side slot modules
Video Texas Instruments TMS9928A
Audio PSG (YM2149)
Chipset Yamaha YM5214
Keyboard layout QWERTY/JP50on
Extras module with RF connector, graphics editing cartridge JOY GRAPH (re-release - reference: HS-R5001)
Emulation ROM dump needed. See this thread for details


Victor HC-60
Victor HC-60 with RF module
Victor HC-60 back
Victor HC-60 box and computer
Victor HC-60 underside
Victor HC-60 label
Victor HC-60 box and content
Victor HC-60 manuals
Victor HC-60 JOY GRAPH cartridge + manual


The HC-60 is a MSX1 with a Z80A from Sharp (LH-0080A). The optional superimposing adapter module has a RGB21 connector, mixed video output and audio volume regulator.

Slot Map

Slot 0 Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3
Page C000h~FFFFh RAM Cartridge
Page 8000h~BFFFh
Page 4000h~7FFFh Main-ROM
Page 0000h~3FFFh
  • By default the Module slot contains a RF TV module.


Note: For RF output without using the provided module slot, the HC-A501F modulator is required.