ST-IDE-ROM Dev Board v1 - BETA Testers

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Nice. Another IDE BETA interface built.

Do I see one of your 68000 chip legs has been repaired?
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Icky wrote: Fri Nov 29, 2019 12:09 am Nice. Another IDE BETA interface built.

Do I see one of your 68000 chip legs has been repaired?
Yep, it is indeed a repaired chip leg. Keeps going like a trooper though.

Got a lot of 68k desoldering ahead of me. 2x MegaST to socket and one to recover from a donor board.
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Icky wrote: Fri Nov 29, 2019 12:09 am Nice. Another IDE BETA interface built.
Built and working properly based on a lot of proper research and development ;)
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If I did a re-spin of this board, would there be interest in a few kits ? (self assembly) . The project is tried and tested, just a few minor issues to fix/update on the PCB and its a working IDE & TOS104/206 solution.

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I'd likely be interested in one more of the V1.
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I would be interested too.
My collection: 1040 STE, TOS 2.06, 4 mb, CosmosEx - 520 STFM, TOS 1.04, 4 mb, Blitter, CosmosEx - 520 STFM, TOS 1.04, 4 mb - 1040 STF, TOS 1.04, 1 mb, Gotek - Amiga 1200 with Blizzard 1220/4 - Amiga 500 + ACA500 - Amiga 500 + TF530, 1 mb chipram hack.

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I would be interested in a few boards for the local Aussie crew with H4 boards but it would depend on price and shipping costs.
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I'd probably take a couple myself.
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I'm going to try and Compact the original board down in size a little bit.. I'm sure it icky won't mind me trashing his layout :lol: :twisted: I have also decided to go with the 2.5" header this time, so we should make using the CF adapters a lot easier this time around.

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exxos wrote: Thu Feb 06, 2020 1:03 pm I'm going to try and Compact the original board down in size a little bit.. I'm sure it icky won't mind me trashing his layout :lol: :twisted: I have also decided to go with the 2.5" header this time, so we should make using the CF adapters a lot easier this time around.
Oh, in that case I'm also interested in two units! Did you reroute the fix we made underneath, on the original, as well? It seems you routed the resistor/capacitor stuff on the board instead of the pins for select 1/2. Very nice!
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