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Old 14 July 2020, 16:24   #21
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i think it is a stockpic, it is even not a complete 060. 68EC060 lacks both, MMU and FPU.
I tried using their online chat to ask if they could confirm they have genuine rev 6's in stock. Whilst it said they were online, I got no reply whatsoever.
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Old 14 July 2020, 17:09   #22
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Using eBay and PayPal you will get your money back. If enough people are doing this, fakes will go down for sure, because you normally do not have to send back the faked CPU.
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Old 14 July 2020, 17:12   #23
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I have a full 060 chip (50MHz) I bought from Vesalia back in 2014. Never used it. Do not know revision.

Then I have an Apollo 1240 modded with a 060 that is capable of 80 MHz (do not know revision). I am thinking of selling both the 060 chip and the Apollo 1260. The 060 on the Apollo is soldered so you will need to desolder it.

Can find out revision when I go into my stash.
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Old 14 July 2020, 17:16   #24
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I have a full 060 chip (50MHz) I bought from Vesalia back in 2014. Never used it. Do not know revision.

Then I have an Apollo 1240 modded with a 060 that is capable of 80 MHz (do not know revision). I am thinking of selling both the 060 chip and the Apollo 1260. The 060 on the Apollo is soldered so you will need to desolder it.

Can find out revision when I go into my stash.
Hi cv643d

Thank you very much! I am certainly interested to know about the full 060 chip please! I look forward to hearing from you. Please feel free to send me a PM.

Thanks and Regards
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Old 14 July 2020, 17:25   #25
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Com-sit.com have also got a supply of 060's.
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The picture below was sent to me via a representive (no price), do they look like genuine 060's?
Nope. That's a genuine fake. Wrong mask, wrong font, label in the wrong place.
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Old 14 July 2020, 17:49   #26
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I have a full 060 chip (50MHz) I bought from Vesalia back in 2014. Never used it. Do not know revision.

Then I have an Apollo 1240 modded with a 060 that is capable of 80 MHz (do not know revision). I am thinking of selling both the 060 chip and the Apollo 1260. The 060 on the Apollo is soldered so you will need to desolder it.

Can find out revision when I go into my stash.
Hi again cv643d

I would also be interested to know what revision the 060 is, that is on the Apollo board please.

Looking forward to hearing from you soon!

All the best
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https://www.heisener.com/Finder?pn=MC68060RC50

Source: John “Chucky” Hertell (Facebook shared).

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This same source also has the MC68060RC60's in much more plentiful numbers (139 last time I checked), but unsure if they'd be suitable replacements for the RC50's as far as overclocking them goes.
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Old 20 July 2020, 07:02   #28
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This same source also has the MC68060RC60's in much more plentiful numbers (139 last time I checked), but unsure if they'd be suitable replacements for the RC50's as far as overclocking them goes.
That is a chinese supplier. I wouldn't give much on statements of availabilities, and much less on the model they claim to be able to offer.
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That is a chinese supplier. I wouldn't give much on statements of availabilities, and much less on the model they claim to be able to offer.
I may have found another possible source, but can not confirm if the products are genuine. An outfit called Nexxon Inc. (nexxoninc.com) lists in their catalog "MC68060RC50-MASK71E41J". I put in an RFQ for 5 of them. They got back to me a little while ago and quoted $565 for each. I'm considering a request for pictures of the actual items.
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I may have found another possible source, but can not confirm if the products are genuine. An outfit called Nexxon Inc. (nexxoninc.com) lists in their catalog "MC68060RC50-MASK71E41J". I put in an RFQ for 5 of them. They got back to me a little while ago and quoted $565 for each. I'm considering a request for pictures of the actual items.
I'd rather request something more... ask them to take a photo of the CPU and some other object near to it (e.g. "a red pen", "a newspaper") so you know that this is not just a picture taken from the net.

>$500 is a bit "steep". (-;
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I'd rather request something more... ask them to take a photo of the CPU and some other object near to it (e.g. "a red pen", "a newspaper") so you know that this is not just a picture taken from the net.

>$500 is a bit "steep". (-;
OK, I didn't go so far as to have them take a picture with the front page of today's New York Times, but I did ask for a photo, and this is what I got. Thoughts?
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Looks real at first glance and 2012 could be ok. But damn, $565?

On the other side, a NOS 060? Is this really possible?
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Looks real at first glance and 2012 could be ok. But damn, $565?

On the other side, a NOS 060? Is this really possible?
The sales person I've been exchanging emails with says that he might be able to come down on the price if I get a better quote somewhere else. Heisener was quoting $310 each.
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Old 24 July 2020, 17:58   #34
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Couple of rev 6's for sale here.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Force-Compu...D/352816283147

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OK, I didn't go so far as to have them take a picture with the front page of today's New York Times, but I did ask for a photo, and this is what I got. Thoughts?
It has a Freescale logo rather than a Motorola logo which is interesting. Produced after 2004. Probably not a fake as a faker would use the Mot logo
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Heard back from Nexxon sales and they are holding firm on the $565 price. Seems like they've got a bit of a split personality in the sales department since one person said they'd try to meet the price, but the email I just received says they will not budge on the price.

They also claimed to have 100 units available, but not sure I put much faith in that.

Oh well...

I suppose if people got desperate enough, they could check out this place, but I'm not going to.
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If they really have 100 NOS rev. 6 the price is ok because the current list price is higher. Why should they give great discounts, it doesn't make sense since the CPUs are needed somewhere else than in retro computers.
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It has a Freescale logo Produced after 2004.
Week 36 2012. That is very “new’. I’m surprised they were still making them then.
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I have a full 060 chip (50MHz) I bought from Vesalia back in 2014. Never used it. Do not know revision.

Then I have an Apollo 1240 modded with a 060 that is capable of 80 MHz (do not know revision). I am thinking of selling both the 060 chip and the Apollo 1260. The 060 on the Apollo is soldered so you will need to desolder it.

Can find out revision when I go into my stash.
Hi cv643d

Just wondered if you have had chance to check out what rev your 060's are? I am still very interested! Sent you a PM too.

Thanks
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Old 01 August 2020, 09:16   #40
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I bought a freescale 68060 from heisener and can confirm it is a genuine rev 6. I paid $245USD inc postage to UK via DHL.
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