68000 chips

aliensrcooluk at yahoo.co.uk aliensrcooluk at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Sep 21 16:58:05 CDT 2006


Hi

 --- Ethan Dicks <ethan.dicks at gmail.com> wrote: 
> On 9/18/06, aliensrcooluk at yahoo.co.uk
> <aliensrcooluk at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > I got some 68000 DIP chips for �3.00 off of
> www.vint
> > agecomputermarketplace.com the other week. I
> finally
> >  got around to checking that they are of use to 
me
> (
> > by comparing them with notes I have on the
> internals
> >  of my old A600 Rev 1.1) and discovered that the
y
> ma
> > y not be of use to me! :(
> 
> Not of use how?  I've never owned an A600 (I have
> just about every
> other model)... do they have PLCC (square-package)
> CPUs?

Aye, the main CPU is square.


> 
> Were you trying to aquire these chips for spares o
r
> for an upgrade?

Yeah, I just wanted them as spares for the
existing co-processors on my Amiga's.
Besides, for $3 (USD) I'm sure you couldn't
resist either (if you own a 68K-based machine).


> 
> > Here's the low-down on them:
> >
> > MC68000P10
> >   2 C91E          DIP chip (rectangle with pins 
on
> long sides) x 2
> > QEDB9215
> 
> Sounds like a Motorola CPU that can run as fast at
> 10MHz (they marked
> them as high as 12MHz, but I think those can be
> clocked at 16MHz).
> 
> > S (large logo S) SCN68000CAN64
> >                    2208N19           DIP chip x1
> >                    9035KE
> 

>> snip <<

> 

> 
> -ethan
> 
>  


Andrew B
aliensrcooluk at yahoo.co.uk




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