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Old 24 October 2009, 13:00   #1
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Free : 680x0 CPU's

All untested. All have been de-soldered and so may need cleaning up a bit. As you can see from the picture we have the following:

XC68LC040RC25 E23G (No FPU)
XC68040RC25B D50D
XC68040RC25B D50D
XC68040RC25B D50D
XC68040RC25 D43B
PC68040RC-A D43B

060RC60 F43G
XC68060RC50A G65V

One per person, first come first served, UK only, required 2x first class stamps


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Old 24 October 2009, 13:05   #2
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I'll take the 060 60MHz one. Sending a PM.
Wait-- Can the 060 60MHz one be used in an Apollo 040? If not, I'll take the 060 50MHz one instead.
What's the difference between those two?

EDIT: UK only?! I can pay for the shipping to Norway!

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Old 24 October 2009, 13:24   #3
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Sorry UK only. I am just going to post them in the post box at work/outside my house with the stamps I get sent.

I am not visiting the post office required for international post. I just don't have the inclination or the time.
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What if I wait some weeks?
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Old 24 October 2009, 13:34   #5
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Old 24 October 2009, 13:36   #6
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Nope.
Well thanks anyways...

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Old 24 October 2009, 13:47   #7
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Hi Alexh,

I pass the post office every day on the way to work, its no trouble to foward it onto Bubsy, if this is ok I will send you the stamps.

PM me your address if thats an ok arrangement.

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Hi Alexh,

I pass the post office every day on the way to work, its no trouble to foward it onto Bubsy, if this is ok I will send you the stamps.

PM me your address if thats an ok arrangement.

Steve.

Thank you so much for being empathic, you saved my day. Now we need to wait for a reply from alexh
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No problem for me.

Just remember these are untested parts removed from non-working telecom equipment. I make no claim to them working but I cannot see why they wouldn't they are pretty indestructible.

Hence why they are free.
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@ Alex, will put 2 stamps in an evelope and small jiffy bag for you to send to me.

@ Bubsy, PM me your address, when I get it I wil forward it on.
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I'll take the XC68060RC50A G65V one. (Yep, the 50MHz one)
Thanks both of you Address sent to fitzsteve!

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i take buffy....
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i take buffy....
Everyone always says that... gonna have to take my photos in another place than my mouse mat.
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@alexh

would love the 060@60 =D

will send 10 in stamps m8y
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Ok. Did you ever get the CD-ROM & KS2.5?
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Ok. Did you ever get the CD-ROM & KS2.5?
oopps

I could of swore I PM'd a thanks my friend, I have since hacked the external unit for SCSI =D and the DVDROM is running lovely in my file-store.

sorry about that.

but with 7'n change for the FPGA's Dev boards and the 060@60 its close enough to a tenner =D

I really appreciate it indeed, but please bare with me, kinda laid up on the sofa not feeling all that bright at the moment =(
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Sorry for the delay but I'm busy ATM. I'll post as soon as I can.
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@Alexh

sorry for the delay in stamps, what with me being ill and the postal strikes its just not fair i tell you,

Will send you batch of first class stamps, first class tomorrow =)
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