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Started by keropi, 22:39, 16 June 16
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Quote from: Bryce on 17:29, 17 June 16Everybody knows that Bielefeld doesn't exist, but since when has it moved to Ireland???Bryce.
Quote from: keropi on 09:49, 17 June 16I already found the auction for me, the one you linked Bryce has +12eur shipping cost to Greece...KM41464AP-12 64Kx4bit MOS DRAM DIP 18 1PC | eBayI removed all ram, powered on and I don't get any IC with high temps. The only one that gets slightly warm (maybe 18~20 degrees? one just feels a really slight warmth when touching it) is the large asic. The screen I get now is the following with rolling garbage:I'd love to have some ram atm for testing - even with some patching but unfortunately I can't find any suitable. I am really curious whether the machine survived or not .
Quote from: TFM on 18:46, 17 June 16At the Wiki I can't find a decent picture of the Plus PCB, only GX4000. Can somebody give a pointer? Just asking, because it may help here.
Quote from: gerald on 19:01, 17 June 16what's wrong with these ?
Quote from: TFM on 17:50, 17 June 16Look at the chips.
Quote from: dragon on 21:47, 17 June 16To the database, this guy fried the gx4000 with 11v in the 5v entrance.
Quote from: keropi on 21:53, 17 June 16@Bryce no guts no glory
Quote from: chinnyhill10 on 22:08, 17 June 16Really really common. Killed at least 2 of mine like that.
Quote from: Bryce on 09:57, 18 June 16...and no ASIC if you butcher it with an iron! Bryce.
Quote from: TFM on 17:27, 20 June 16Didn't the guy who made the JustCPC once tell that he has an internet source for ASICs? Forgot his name, but can't hurt to get in touch with him - just in worst case scenario.
Quote from: robcfg on 10:52, 21 June 16Congratulations, lucky man!
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