Yes, I will do. I can test the 6525's using a C610 which has socketed 6525's and I *think* I can test the 6523's there as well, as the keyboard 6525 is configured for tri-port operation and not for interrupt handling. Maybe someone could confirm that? Rob On 12/06/2012 23:46, C S wrote: > I'd be interested in a few 6525's. > Would you be able to test them before sending them onwards? > If this works out, could I send you the funds for the chips and onward shipping via Paypal? > Thanks > Christian > > > > On Jun 12, 2012, at 14:31, "Rob Clarke"<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > >> Good evening gentlemen, >> >> I have a parts supplier in Shenzen, China who claims to be able to source 10 x 6525's and 10 x 6523A's for around $10 each. Although I was initially skeptical, they have come through with the goods twice now, including 20 x 8501's. They also refunded me the cost of ones that I could demonstrate did not work. >> >> Nevertheless, with a minimum order of $200 plus shipping, it's a fair outlay to be making. If I decide to bear the initial cost and order, would anyone else be willing to chip in (pun intended) and buy some if they test as good? I haven't had a shipping quote yet but it'll probably add around $2 per chip, so around $12 each. >> >> Let me know and I'll order at the weekend if there's sufficient interest. >> >> Cheers, >> >> Rob >> >> Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list >> > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-06-12 23:00:06
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