Re: TED badlines, how do they work?

From: Segher Boessenkool <>
Date: Sun, 4 Sep 2011 10:36:04 +0200
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>> I thought 90% or so of all those chips were broken by now?  :-P
> TEDs aren't actually that bad in quality; I've seen much more dead
> VIC-II-s (...which is, well, not a fair comparison, because those died
> mostly due to failing C64 power supplies... but still...). 8501
> processors are fragile, without doubt.

There also are what, a hundred times as many VIC-IIs as TEDs?  That  
the statistics a bit as well right :-)

> I'll supply a 8360 to the guys at once I can get "home"
> (my parents house) where I keep old, and/or rarely if ever used stuff
> (broken old chips, for example).

Cool!  Looking forward to see it.


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