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Old 12 July 2020, 13:25   #1
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Wanted - 68060 Rev 6

Does anyone have a genuine 68060 Rev 6 chip they would be willing to sell to me please?

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Old 12 July 2020, 13:28   #2
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https://www.heisener.com/Finder?pn=MC68060RC50

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

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Old 13 July 2020, 14:59   #3
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https://www.heisener.com/Finder?pn=MC68060RC50

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

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Thanks Seb132

I already checked with Chucky, he needs all his 060's for a project, but I appreciate the suggestion!

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Old 13 July 2020, 15:34   #4
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It was John who posted the link, heisener have 9 rev 6's in stock which is what the link is for.
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Thank you Sneeker for explaining . Lol
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It was John who posted the link, heisener have 9 rev 6's in stock which is what the link is for.

It appears to be a Chinese company and they have no price listed, are they reputable?

If not I would be careful buying, probably less return protection than from Chinese sellers on eBay.
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You have to get it from someone who you trust and who has results from WhichAmiga. Demand is so high everyone who could be tempted to sell a fake is going to be very tempted indeed.
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https://www.heisener.com/Finder?pn=MC68060RC50

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

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They want $310 for the 060's now since demand has gone up. Crooks!
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Old 14 July 2020, 12:31   #9
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Com-sit.com have also got a supply of 060's.

https://parts.com-sit.com/findchips?...urce=findChips

The picture below was sent to me via a representive (no price), do they look like genuine 060's?


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Old 14 July 2020, 12:45   #10
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I have doubts. Printing is uniform. On the genuine one that I have, top right text, part number and S23328-003 are in different shades. Also S23328-003 is usually rotated 90 degrees and is bottom left corner. Is that text at top right perfectly square? Logo looks too big compared to text.

Genuine: https://i.imgur.com/xZMMbvC.jpg

But they were in production for a few years in different plants, yours could be real. Only way to know is plug it in.
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02E42K is a 68040 mask:

http://www.cpu-world.com/mot_masks/0/02E42K.html

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It was John who posted the link, heisener have 9 rev 6's in stock which is what the link is for.
Ahh, I see! Thanks Sneeker (and Seb132).

This looks like a complete minefield! Also, having watched Retrocengo's Youtube video on trying to source 060 chips from China and being let down so badly (none were Rev 6, one blew up and one was dead), I do have my concerns.

I guess the Warp60 card is purely aimed at those lucky people who already own a suitable 060 processor
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Unfortunately, the Warp 1260 has no CPU-socket. You should at least get a rev 5, rev 6 or a XC68060RC60 with 60 MHz. So at least you can go a little higher than 50 MHz.
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Unfortunately, the Warp 1260 has no CPU-socket. You should at least get a rev 5, rev 6 or a XC68060RC60 with 60 MHz. So at least you can go a little higher than 50 MHz.
Thanks LucasBox - my search continues ...

If anyone has a spare out there and is looking to sell, please let me know!

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I asked for a quote from PCB Electronics (it has a German country code phone number on the website) ... wait for it ...

$720 for 1 chip

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It was John who posted the link, heisener have 9 rev 6's in stock which is what the link is for.
Looking at the item description on their website it is labelled as M680X0 50MHZ 206PGA - does this definitely mean it is a Rev 6? (please forgive my ignorance here).

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Old 14 July 2020, 15:56   #17
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No, only the mask tells you what is offered. Mask 71E41J = Rev 6 up to 105 MHz

Mask 01G65V = Rev 5 may be up to 75 MHz

The mask is printed on the top right corner:
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No, only the mask tells you what is offered. Mask 71E41J = Rev 6 up to 105 MHz

Mask 01G65V = Rev 5 may be up to 75 MHz

The mask is printed on the top right corner:
Thanks LucasBox

If you click on the Heisener link it looks like they have covered over the mask if you look carefully enough.
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I asked for a quote from PCB Electronics (it has a German country code phone number on the website) ... wait for it ...

$720 for 1 chip

This is more expensive than directly from the manufacturer:

https://www.rocelec.com/part/fremotmc68060rc50

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If you click on the Heisener link it looks like they have covered over the mask if you look carefully enough.
i think it is a stockpic, it is even not a complete 060. 68EC060 lacks both, MMU and FPU.
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