On 08/12/2016 04:43 PM, Clockmeister wrote: > > > On 12/08/2016 2:53 PM, Gerrit Heitsch wrote: >> On 08/12/2016 08:43 AM, Clockmeister wrote: >> >> >> On 12/08/2016 12:55 PM, smf wrote: >>> On 12/08/2016 01:56, > Clockmeister wrote: >>> >>>> >>>> As an aside, the very earliest > (non-Commodore branded on the >>>> fascia) PAL Amigas sold in Australia > were NTSC machines >>>> converted to PAL by Commodore. You can see the > additional board >>>> added by Commodore here standing vertical with the > crystal on >>>> it. >>>> >>>> > http://users.on.net/~clockmeister/other/Amiga-1000/A1000%20internals3.JPG >>>> >>>>> >>>> >>>> > I'm not sure what the actual chip numbers are anymore, I would have >>>>> to pull the A1000 out of storage and open it up. If there is >>>> interest, I will. >>> >>> I am interested, it looks to me as if > that has an 8367 PAL Agnus >>> in it. >>> >>> Commodore is the kind of > upside down company where they could >>> make a PAL version of Agnus > quicker than they could get a pcb >>> designed/manufactured, I wonder > what the story is behind that. >>> >> >> I've dug out the A1000 only to > discover that I have replace Denise >> and Agnus for later chips at some > point. > > Probably because you wanted the EHB mode which the earlier > DENISE > didn't support. I only know a single PAL AGNUS in 48pin though, > that > would be the 8367R0. > > > The earliest one I have found is 0386. > > I have 3 ceramic 8362's here, one 8362R5 date code 0386, one 8362R6 date > code 0386 and another 8362R6 date code 2186. > Interestingly two different revisions with the same week of manufacture. And now you know the week they changed from R5 to R6 with DENISE... As far as I know, all those should lack the EHB mode. >> >> FWIW Paula is an 8364 R4 week 43 1985 in that machine and I'm >> > certain at least that is the original one and is certainly the >> oldest > that I have found thus far. > > That is an old one, the usual PAULA was > the 8364R7. > > > I have two more 8364R4's, both ceramic, date codes 0886 and 3786. All R4 I have seen are in Ceramic... Maybe they run too hot for Plastik and R7 fixed that? Otherwise I know of no difference between R4 and R7. Gerrit Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-08-12 16:01:16
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