STFM PAK020 - 16MHz 32BIT ROM

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STFM PAK020 - 16MHz 32BIT ROM

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Re: STFM PAK020 - 16MHz 32BIT ROM

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Quick Q here, I presume the original 68K cpu is removed from the mainboard, and a socket put in it's place, or is the PAK soldered into where the 68K used to be?
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rubber_jonnie wrote: Fri Feb 23, 2018 4:23 pm Quick Q here, I presume the original 68K cpu is removed from the mainboard, and a socket put in it's place, or is the PAK soldered into where the 68K used to be?
I had to put it into a socket, simply because as the board is so large it would not seat down to the motherboard as the MMU is in the way.
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Re: STFM PAK020 - 16MHz 32BIT ROM

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exxos wrote: Fri Feb 23, 2018 4:43 pm
rubber_jonnie wrote: Fri Feb 23, 2018 4:23 pm Quick Q here, I presume the original 68K cpu is removed from the mainboard, and a socket put in it's place, or is the PAK soldered into where the 68K used to be?
I had to put it into a socket, simply because as the board is so large it would not seat down to the motherboard as the MMU is in the way.
Cool thanks, much as I had planned too, hence why I ordered 2 sockets from you :)
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