TF4060 Beta Program

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Re: TF4060 Beta Program

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kludge wrote: Wed Jul 03, 2024 1:05 pm
terriblefire wrote: Wed Jul 03, 2024 11:51 am Drill file attached - T10 is the CPU holder drills i think .
Something like this, if I didn't make a typo somewhere


TF4060 rev 5 heatsink mounting holes.png
looks about right.
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Re: TF4060 Beta Program

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gurrag wrote: Thu Jul 04, 2024 5:42 pm hello do you have an stl availiable ?
would like to try this out :)
Working on a fixed version with the correct distances for the mounting holes, but I’ll post it here when done.
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Re: TF4060 Beta Program

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gurrag wrote: Thu Jul 04, 2024 5:42 pm hello do you have an stl availiable ?
Try these. I tried attaching the f3d and step files, but the forum wouldn't let me. I'll upload them to my GitHub later.

Heatsink holder.png
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Left heatsink lock v12.stl
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Re: TF4060 Beta Program

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New fw for the 4060 for those able to update.

Significant fixes.

IDE lockups sorted out.
SCSI issues fixed included weird DMA to chipram issue.
IDE speed at max pio.
tf4060r5_20611_2024_07_24_4252a06_alpha.zip
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Out of curiosity are any beta testers using Fastlane Z3 or Deneb?
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alexh wrote: Thu Jul 25, 2024 11:23 am Out of curiosity are any beta testers using Fastlane Z3 or Deneb?
Z3 Fastlane is one of my standard test setups. I have as standard tests

AA3000+ Onboard SCSI and ZZ9000
A4000T Onboard SCSI (NCR)
A4000 Z3 Fastlane
A4000 Mediator and MB IDE
A4000CR TFIDE

Its been an expensive thing to dev
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Re: TF4060 Beta Program

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Thanks for the feedback. Very much appreciated.

It would be nice if someone in the Beta had a Deneb (Zorro III DMA master, USB Host Controller) but I understand they are very rare and expensive.

(I have one, I didn't pay for mine, I got it in exchange for sending M Boemer a box of Transdimension USB host controller chips for Subway when our company bought Transdimension)
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Re: TF4060 Beta Program

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alexh wrote: Thu Jul 25, 2024 12:19 pm Thanks for the feedback. Very much appreciated.

It would be nice if someone in the Beta had a Deneb (Zorro III DMA master, USB Host Controller) but I understand they are very rare and expensive.

(I have one, I didn't pay for mine, I got it in exchange for sending M Boemer a box of Transdimension USB host controller chips for Subway when our company bought Transdimension)
i don't think it will be an issue. If the NCR works everything DMA works. NCR does byte wide self modifying code and has its own scripts it executes in RAM.
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