I'm happy to do the 4mb ram and either 8088 or 8086. With the 80286 in production I'm not sure it pays to do both, and the 8088 might make more sense. The 4mb board is a nice simple solution for 8 bit processors.
If Todd handles the extender board, perhaps Ed could pick up the 68000 and Ram/Rom boards?
I don't have the expertise, but I'd love to see an "all in 1" starter board like the ADC Super Six. Something like a Z80 board with Eprom, 128kb and a serial port. It would be a perfect entry combined with the Dual IDE and ZFDC boards.
On Thursday, May 8, 2014 10:07:14 AM UTC-4, Todd Goodman wrote:
I can as well. I was planning to do an S-100 Bus Extender Board run...
* Edward Snider <zipp...@gmail.com> [140508 08:44]:
> I can handle runs on some of these too Gary.
> On Wednesday, May 7, 2014 9:55:15 AM UTC-5, gek...@gmail.com wrote:
> > The Z80 CPU board V2 are in production, and should be available shortly.
> > I'll submit the ZFDC boards for fabrication once the CPU boards arrive.
> > Anyone with spare boards they'd consider selling or trading?
> > I'm especially hoping for:
> > 4mb Static Ram
> > 8086 CPU
> > 8088 CPU
> > 68000/68010 CPU
> > Ram+Rom
> > S-100 Bus Extender Board
> > Let me know what you've got :) If none show up I'll look into sponsoring
> > a run of several of these.
> > - Gary
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