On 09/06/2011 08:14 AM, Anders Carlsson wrote: > Bil Herd wrote: >> we shipped several of the "TED in a VIC case" Alpha units > > Levente wrote: >> Some years ago, one of those "Alpha" units (as far as I can judge), >> has been reported by Anders Carlsson on this list. > > > I can add that when I found the board, it was loose in the bottom half > of a C64 breadbox case. I don't know if Commodore shipped them mounted > tight inside VIC-20 CR cases, as Bil mentions above. In that case, this > board once was removed from there. Since it lacks at least some small > chip, bit rot on EPROMs, unknown state of CPU and TED chips, perhaps it > was removed from whichever developer was assigned to it when it no > longer worked. If the TED is what is printed on it, it should work in any C16 or +4, so that would be easy to test and find out if it still works. It was also mentioned that the CPU has the lid only taped on... Which would make it easy to take a peek at the die. I do have a working TED in ceramic, but whoever had it before me mounted a heatsink with expoxy, there is no way to remove it and find out if it's a 7360 or 8360. There are no diodes though. Gerrit Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-09-06 16:00:37
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