I've got four of the 4MB SRAM boards unbuilt - I could probably spare 2 or 3 of them if people such as yourself need them. As you said, they'll be obsolete soon, but still nice to have one.
Date: Sun, 23 Mar 2014 03:04:36 -0700
Subject: [N8VEM-S100:2882] Searching for some boards (6502 v2/8088/M68K/4MB SRAM)
As I'm approaching a state where my S-100 system is becoming usable, I'm looking at my queue of boards-to-build and noticed a few holes I'd like to fill up. Some are more "important" than others.
First of all, I want to clarify that I'm in search of unbuilt cards, but at worst stripped ones are ok also (where you removed the components to fill another board). I will pay for the card, and of course and it's also not a problem to factor in the cost you paid to get it shipped to you.
1) I'd like to find a 6502 V2 CPU card: I built a 6502 v1 right now, but I'll have to remove that cpu card once I have a Z80 card ready, as it is not IEEE-696 compliant and cannot live with other cards. I'm developing a liking to the 6502 processor, and I'd love to keep one in my box.
2) I'm in search for an 8088 cpu card (I understand it's the basic homebrew x86 card for the S-100 box, good for beginners like me together with the Z80 card). I have an 8086 card, but there is an 80c88 in my scrap box just asking to be used...
3) No particular reason for this one, except that I have a few 68000 and 68010 processors left over from my Amiga repairs. It's a 16-bit cpu and I'll move to this kind of board once I get confident enough with the rest
4) The 4MB SRAM card. Ok, I know this is made obsolete by the 16MB ram board (In fact I have my name down for three), but I'd love to build one nonetheless, expecially since it uses nice DIP chips and I have a bunch of compatible ones in my boxes...
Anyone having one of these boards to sell?
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