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 Post subject: Chip ID
PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:11 pm 

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I searched everywhere to try to find these before I sent this. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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 Post subject: Re: Chip ID
PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2019 3:17 am 
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Someone is going out of their way to be different!

1)I’m running a database scan on this but nothing yet. Gold cap ICs, and CMCs. My guess is memory. This doesn’t have any permanence in classing. I’ve had similar boards range from gold cap chip board (steel pins) to 486 class (heavy gold plated copper pins on gold sandwich board). Ultimately it depends on what it is. A search on my end could take up to 2 days if I have it recorded somewhere. If it’s just plain old memory you’re on the lower end, at gold cap chip board. If one of those IC gold caps, or the back, hide a controller it will be a 64-series Motorola/TI or a 40k series intel controller which makes all the difference in the ‘boards’ value.

2)need to email Chris for exact class on this. This design isn’t common.

3)with pins, amd aluminium top, no pins is pinless
4)with pins pentium/Mac ceramic, no pins is pinless
5)where’d you find that? With pins black fibre. No pins green/brown fibre no metal

6)DLP, can’t tell if ceramic or fibre

That first one; there’s really two options. You can ask Chris for a blanket value which generally sticks firm regardless of what I find out (Chris is boss), or wait a few days and I’ll do a full database search and see what it is for sure; if I can find it. Which I will post and could substantially raise, or lower, that value in boardsort’s eyes.

-- my grades are my own and do not represent an offer from boardsort, nor are they guaranteed. Please keep that in mind.

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