Hello, today I received a packet that contains my latest Ebay find. It's a collection of different CSG/MOS-ICs, mostly Amiga stuff, maybe leftovers from a repair shop. But there are also some C64 chips among them (sadly no SIDs). One of them stands out, it's a (working) CPU for the C64 with the following markings: C= CSG 6510 CBM 4392 16 I thought the 6510 was replaced with the 8500 around 1986/87? Or did MOS just stamp '6510' on a 8500 for people who insisted on the 6510? The whole bag of chips was only 30 Euros. If only a quarter of them work, it's still a bargain. :) Gerrit Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2013-05-06 16:00:03
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