Hallo Ruud, thanks for the updated list, it is growing into a useful database. but I'd like to see some more information in it, like some chip types of ROMs and more official machine names. E.g. a better name for the C128D-MC would be C128DCR, and the C64-II would be a C64E. Board assembly number names would be even better of course. I will just give a few more comments on this list here: > Partnumber Chipcode Contents Address Used in > 251025-01 RF MODULATOR C64 Which one? I know two different types for the C64, and another one for the C64-II (to use your C64 naming). Probably PAL, but this should also be written in the list. > 251104-04 kernal rom E000-FFFF C64 SX > C64 DX Chip type? Probably a 2564 Eprom? > 251257-02A SFD-1001 Chip type? Used as? I think this is a 2716 or 2732 Eprom used as Controller ROM F000-FFFF on the 6530 daugtherboard. > 251916-01 RF MODULATOR C128 The same as to the other modulator applies. Is this the same as in C64-II? > 318072-01 GARY (floppy and misc. logic) A500 > 318072-02 GARY (floppy and misc. logic) A500 These should be revisions of the 5719? And while I don't know much about Amigas, thought floppy was covered by a CIA and the Paula chip. > 325572-01 gate array 1541-II If I'm not mistaken, this is the gate array of the 1541 and the 1541A. > . 5710 CIA-like chip 1571CR Not exactly. It is also the MFM controller and the memory decoder. I seem to remember Mr Levak's good overview of this chip a while ago. > . 5719 See above, should be A500 GARY. > 600422-75 LAG570 MOTOR CTRL. 1541C It's the motor controller of the Newtronics D500 drive mech, which was also found in the 1541 and 1551. The 1541C was also shipped with Alps mech, so 1541C is not appropriate. > 604010-07 PCB ASSY MOTOR CTRL. 1541C see LAG570. > . 6529 28p version of 6525 1551 No, this is wrong. The 6523T is the 28pin version of the 6523, which in turn is a crippled version of the 6525. 6523T is used in the cartridge paddle of the 1551. The 6529 is a small PIO chip (18 or 20 pin?) as used in every 264 series machine. > . 8520 CIA alike, 2 MHz Only the 8520A is 2MHz. In Amigas it is clocked below 800kHz, IIRC. For the 1570,1571 and 1581 the 8520A is needed. > . 8565R2 VIC-II C64-II VIC-II PAL (8562 is NTSC version)) > . 8566R3 VIC 40 columns C128 PAL as well. NTSC is 8564. Nicolas - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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