On Thu, 30 Nov 2000, Ruud Baltissen wrote: > To give you an idea of the quantity of some IC´s, I stopped counting the > 6522, 6520, 6510, 8500 when I got over the 100. The question is, what can do > someone with so may IC's? They are not mine, they belong to the club but > then still we cannot use all IC's. So if someone sees an IC he likes to have > let me know. The only problem I forsee are the costs; the IC's are free, but > the postman likes to be paid for his work and I am definitly not a > millionair. Ruud, it looks like you have (among many, many other things) a source of TED chips - I foresee quite a few people interested in them... > The problem I have now is that most of the numbers are meaningless to me. I > asked Marko in a private email if he knew of such a list but, except the > small one in FUNET, he didn't know of any. So I need your help. You > certainly will see familiar ones that I should know of but because of the > sheer quantity I noted every number I wasn't quit sure of anymore. I think it's about time we started a chip database. What fields would we need? Type, part number, date code, anything else? > Last note: there were some IC's I did not recognise as C= IC's at all but I > imagined that there must have been some reason for putting them in the box > so I noted them as well. Did they come from an old repair facility? > Last remark: I made the text up on a sepperate text editor using text. At my > work I have to use Outlook resulting that all the tabs disappeared. Sorry > for any inconvenience. Oh, I almost forgot:.... thank you, Bill !!! > > 251715-01 C64-II > 251828-03 > 251829-01 20p > 251913-01 Kernal/Basic 64-II > 251968-01 > > 252179-01 > 252180-01 > 252535-01 pinout like 251715 > 252608-01 pinout like 251715 > > 315079-01 > 315093-01 / 02 Kickstart 1.2 ?? > > 318004-05 > 318018-02 > 318019-02 > 318020-03 > 318022-02 > 318023-02 > 318029-03 > 318075-02 > 318047-01 > > 324744-01 FPLA ?? > 324745-01 > > 325302-01 > 325303-01 > 325340-03 > 325341-01 1526 ?? > 325572-01 > > 380212-07 > 380217-01 > 380715-02 > 380783-01 20 pins > 380784-01 20 pins > 380785-01 PAL 2000 ?? 20 pins > > 390307-02 > 390309-01 24p small > 390336-02 24p small > 390433-02 8373R4 > 390563-01 square > 390629-01 V2.04 OS Amiga for A3000 > 390630-01 V2.04 OS Amiga for A3000 > 390979-01 V2.04 OS Amiga for A???? > > 391010-01 ALICE > 391078-01 8520PL square equivalent of 8520 ?? > 391227-01 LISA > 391388-01 V2.05 OS Amiga for A???? > 391424-02 GAYLE > 391523-01 V3.00 OS Amiga for A???? > > 5710 rga: 1571D custom IC found in C128DCR > 5719 318072-01 > > 6570-036 40p > > 68766 EPROM Motorola equivalent of 2364 ?? > > 788159 SHARP > > 8364R4 8364R7 > 8360 48p rga: TED > 8361R3 48p > 8362R8 > 8367R0 > 8371 AGNUS ??? > 8372A square > > 8500 6510 of 64-II > 8563R9 rga: C128 VDC > 8565R2 rga: C128 VIC-IIe > 8566R3 > 8568 rga: C128DCR VDC > 8580 rga: C64C SID > > 8647R4 > > 8721R3 rga: CIA? (found in some 64C) > 8722R2 > > 901226-01 rga: C64 Kernal / Basic (can't remember which) > 901227-01 rga: C64 Kernal / Basic > 901229-01 > 901460-03 > 901885-01 > 906114-01 PLA C64 > > CA3046 > CO25913-38 rga: This looks like an Atari chip > FDC9668 > HM4716A Hitachi 16K*1 DRAM ?? > IMP9502BCC > LC3514A Sanyo mouse ?? 200+ > MB674213U > NE592 > SCM786501 > WD1691 > > Thanks. > > Groetjes, Ruud > > > > - > This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. > To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org. > - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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