Hi! William Levak wrote: > > I just remembered the Atari part number in Ruud's list, and just looked > > up something: I have an old CBM 3022 printer that has chips with Atari > > like part number installed: instead of the two 6532 it has two "MOS > > CO-10750 2578" installed. It seems MOS made those for Atari, but too > > many and Commodore put them into printers instead. I also got a phone > > call from someone recently who told me quite excited that his 8250LP > > doesn't have 6532 installed. It also had the "Atari" chips. I wonder > > what 65xx equivalent Ruud's chips have. > > If you buy chips in large enough quantities, you can have anything you > want printed on them. This is probably what Atari did. I will have to > look out for Atari CO-10750 chips. I also have two CO-10750 (1082) chips in my 8050. > > > 325340-03 6500/1 CPU for 1520 > > > > You mean that this is the original 6500, the 6800-pincompatible 6502? > > I got this information from a Commodore Parts list. I don't have a 1520 > and can't confirm it. I have a 1520; I never opened it, but as I remember from the service manual (from Funet?) it indeed has a 6500/1 as CPU. I have no more infos on this chip - but would be interested of the story. L. - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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