68k homebuilts

Dave McGuire mcguire at neurotica.com
Sat Dec 13 14:57:45 CST 2008

On Dec 13, 2008, at 2:57 PM, Tony Duell wrote:
>>> Didn't someone also make Clipper and/or
>>> Transputer boards for the PC?
>> Transputer ones certainly existed; IIRC seeing one (I think it was  
>> Inmos
>> themselves) which supported plug-in TRAM modules at the far end of  
>> the board
>> (I had a photo of it too, but can't find where I've filed it right  
>> now)
> There  are certainly transputer boards for the PC. The most common  
> in my
> experience si the B004, which is am ISA card with a T4 or T8 chip  
> on it,
> rows of DIP DRAM, the link interface and ISA bus logic and not a lot
> else. It has the nromal link connectors on the rear bracket so you can
> hang more transputers off it. There's at least one non-INMOS clone of
> this board.

   I had a Transputer ISA board (T414) for a while.  Brian Hechinger  
has it now.


Dave McGuire
Port Charlotte, FL

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