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Fri May 13 21:43:16 CDT 2016
I believe the boards were all designed as a M8045, which was the parity
model, and the M8044 was on the same artwork, just missing a few bits to
make it parity.
On Fri, May 13, 2016 at 5:52 PM, Noel Chiappa <jnc at mercury.lcs.mit.edu>
> > From: Dave Wade
> >> In theory, the M8044-EE should be an "MSV11-DE" (not "MSV11-EE",
> >> would be an M8045-EE), but none of my documentation, including the
> >> M8044 prints, covers such a variant.
> > The back of the board says M8045 5013128DP1 32K 18bit MOS memory
> All M8044's I've ever seen say M8045 in the etch. The M8044 is the
> version ("MSV11-Dx"), and the M8045 is the parity version ("MSV11-Ex"), and
> for the M8044's, they just left one row of chips out.
> >> something like a BDV11 or something
> > These all seem to have vanished from E-Bay at present.
> Paul A has (or used to have) a bunch of them.
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