Redhawk668's TF534 build.

TF534 - 68030 + More RAM Board (More compatible with amiga hardware)

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redhawk668
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Redhawk668's TF534 build.

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As I've received my TF534 PCB's and already ordered all of the needed components in one go, I think it's a nice idea to put my progress here too.

Little picture of the PCB:

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Now waiting for all the stuff to arrive. I've ordered most stuff from Digikey, so that will arrive soon. PGA sockets will take some more time.

I will re-use my 50Mhz 68030 which is already on my TF530 build.
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.

Atari 8 bit: 800XLF, stock - 600XL, Ultimate 1 mb, Sophia RGB - 130XE, 320 kb, Sophia RGB

Sinclair stuff: 3x Spectrum 48KB, Clones: Harlequin, JS128, Nuvo128 and Issue3B replica.

Ultimate64, a few C64 breadbins and Pi1541 for storage.
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Re: Redhawk668's TF534 build.

Post by Maximilian »

Good luck on the build!
Could you share your Digikey part numbers?
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Re: Redhawk668's TF534 build.

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Oh yes. No problem, I will share them here. Here they are:

Partnr. Digi-Key: Number: Unitprice Total Cost: Description:
732-7565-1-ND 16 0,54100 € 8,65 CAP CER 10UF 10V X7R 1206
732-7989-1-ND 15 0,04200 € 0,63 CAP CER 0.1UF 25V X7R 0603
LM1117MPX-3.3/NOPBCT-ND 1 1,00000 € 1,00 IC REG LIN 3.3V 800MA SOT223-4
296-11933-1-ND 2 0,38000 € 0,76 IC BUF NON-INVERT 5.5V SOT23-5
1450-1039-ND 4 6,05000 € 24,20 IC SRAM 8M PARALLEL 44TSOP II
296-46280-1-ND 1 2,18000 € 2,18 IC TXRX NON-INVERT 5.5V 48SSOP
WM18853-ND 1 2,19000 € 2,19 CONN HEADER VERT 44POS 2MM
609-4434-ND 6 0,17000 € 1,02 CONN HEADER VERT 2POS 2.54MM
609-3461-ND 1 0,25000 € 0,25 CONN HEADER VERT 3POS 2.54MM
732-5319-ND 1 0,31000 € 0,31 CONN HEADER VERT 6POS 2.54MM
300-7257-1-ND 1 1,73000 € 1,73 XTAL OSC XO 50.0000MHZ CMOS SMD
A130093CT-ND 2 0,09000 € 0,18 CRGCQ 0603 2K2 5%
A130187CT-ND 1 0,09000 € 0,09 CRGCQ 1206 47K 5%
CAY16-222J4LFCT-ND 3 0,09000 € 0,27 RES ARRAY 4 RES 2.2K OHM 1206
609-3237-ND 1 0,70000 € 0,70 CONN HEADER VERT 12POS 2.54MM
SST26VF016B-104I/SN-ND 1 1,04000 € 1,04 IC FLASH 16M SPI 104MHZ 8SOIC
122-1388-ND 1 3,86000 € 3,86 IC CPLD 72MC 10NS 64VQFP
122-1372-ND 1 7,92000 € 7,92 IC CPLD 144MC 10NS 100TQFP
OR1161-ND 2 6,04000 € 12,08 CONN SOCKET IC 32POS SNGL DIP

All part numbers, except the PGA128 socket, I had to get that from evilBay.
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.

Atari 8 bit: 800XLF, stock - 600XL, Ultimate 1 mb, Sophia RGB - 130XE, 320 kb, Sophia RGB

Sinclair stuff: 3x Spectrum 48KB, Clones: Harlequin, JS128, Nuvo128 and Issue3B replica.

Ultimate64, a few C64 breadbins and Pi1541 for storage.
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Re: Redhawk668's TF534 build.

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Thanks!!
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Re: Redhawk668's TF534 build.

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I've started the build:

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Both CPLD's soldered on + 3.3 volt regulator

First signs of life, both CPLD's are found:

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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.

Atari 8 bit: 800XLF, stock - 600XL, Ultimate 1 mb, Sophia RGB - 130XE, 320 kb, Sophia RGB

Sinclair stuff: 3x Spectrum 48KB, Clones: Harlequin, JS128, Nuvo128 and Issue3B replica.

Ultimate64, a few C64 breadbins and Pi1541 for storage.
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Re: Redhawk668's TF534 build.

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:cheer:
A kludge is a workaround or quick-and-dirty solution that is clumsy, inelegant, inefficient, difficult to extend and hard to maintain.

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redhawk668
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Re: Redhawk668's TF534 build.

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Done some more soldering, memory, transceiver chip and schmitt-trigger buffers soldered on. I've also soldered the SPI flash chip on the board, I know it isn't used by now, but it's nice to have it already on the board.
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.

Atari 8 bit: 800XLF, stock - 600XL, Ultimate 1 mb, Sophia RGB - 130XE, 320 kb, Sophia RGB

Sinclair stuff: 3x Spectrum 48KB, Clones: Harlequin, JS128, Nuvo128 and Issue3B replica.

Ultimate64, a few C64 breadbins and Pi1541 for storage.
redhawk668
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Re: Redhawk668's TF534 build.

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Made some more progress:

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Missing one 1206 0.1uF capacitor on the underside and I have to wait for the PGA128 socket.
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.

Atari 8 bit: 800XLF, stock - 600XL, Ultimate 1 mb, Sophia RGB - 130XE, 320 kb, Sophia RGB

Sinclair stuff: 3x Spectrum 48KB, Clones: Harlequin, JS128, Nuvo128 and Issue3B replica.

Ultimate64, a few C64 breadbins and Pi1541 for storage.
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Re: Redhawk668's TF534 build.

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Hi ,
Looks very need ! :dualthumbup:
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Re: Redhawk668's TF534 build.

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It seems that I f*cked up my TF534 build. After finishing it and testing it, it did boot into DiagROM but not in Kickstart 3.1 so went back to the workbench to reflow the CPLD's. That didn't went as planned, two pads lifted while reflowing :( the 144 pin RAM CPLD...

Luckily, I have a hot air station, so I can salvage the CPLD's, RAM chips and other components. That means I have to start over again on my second PCB. :cry:
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.

Atari 8 bit: 800XLF, stock - 600XL, Ultimate 1 mb, Sophia RGB - 130XE, 320 kb, Sophia RGB

Sinclair stuff: 3x Spectrum 48KB, Clones: Harlequin, JS128, Nuvo128 and Issue3B replica.

Ultimate64, a few C64 breadbins and Pi1541 for storage.
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