Chips in our collection

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Here we list the chips in our collection, some of which are generously donated.
Here we list the chips in our collection, some of which are generously donated.
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Detailed project progress will be found on a project page.
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Detailed information and links to die shots may be found on specific chips pages linked below.
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Last updated: April 11, 2011
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| AMD ||9511A || || || ||M.T. ||2010-09-21 ||1 || || ||MATH ||arithmetic processor  
| AMD ||9511A || || || ||M.T. ||2010-09-21 ||1 || || ||MATH ||arithmetic processor  
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| Atari ||10444D 'TIA' ||8150 ||TSU C010444-11D 135A002D ||DIP40 || || ||9:Sim ||6193 ||28751 || VID ||Used in Atari 2600  
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| Apple || 341-0064A (COP421) || ||(C) Apple 1981, S-420(B) HZT || DIP24 || M.S. || || 6:[http://www.visual6502.org/images/pages/Apple_Lisa_341_0064A_COP421.html Die Shots] || || || || A National Semiconductor COP 421 which Apple customized for the Lisa
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| Atari || 10444D 'TIA' ||8150 ||TSU C010444-11D 135A002D ||DIP40 || || ||9:Sim [http://www.visual6502.org/images/pages/Atari_10444D_TIA.html Die Shots] ||6193 ||28751 || VID ||Used in Atari 2600  
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| Commodore || 8580 SID || 9011 || R5 1190 25 || DIP28 || M.T. || || 6:[http://www.visual6502.org/images/pages/Commodore_8580_SID.html Die Shots] || || || AUD || Later edition of the famous 6581 SID
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| Ferranti ||? || || || || || ||DPKG, photographed and stitched || || ||ULA ||Acorn Electron ULA  
| Ferranti ||? || || || || || ||DPKG, photographed and stitched || || ||ULA ||Acorn Electron ULA  
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| MOS ||6532 ||8202 ||C010750-12 R6532-15 8202 ||DIP40 || || ||DPKG, T10xBF, S10xBF, CV || || ||I/O ||RAM, I/O, Timer. Used in Atari 2600  
| MOS ||6532 ||8202 ||C010750-12 R6532-15 8202 ||DIP40 || || ||DPKG, T10xBF, S10xBF, CV || || ||I/O ||RAM, I/O, Timer. Used in Atari 2600  
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| MOSTEK ||MK3880N ||8229 ||MK3880N ||DIP40 || || ||2 || || ||CPU ||MOSTEK Z80 2nd sourced  
| MOSTEK ||MK3880N ||8229 ||MK3880N ||DIP40 || || ||2 || || ||CPU ||MOSTEK Z80 2nd sourced  
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| Motorola ||[[Motorola 68000|68000]] || || || || || ||DPKG  || || ||CPU ||Used in Atari ST  
| Motorola ||[[Motorola 68000|68000]] || || || || || ||DPKG  || || ||CPU ||Used in Atari ST  
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| Motorola ||MC68008 ||8334 || ||DIP52 ||K.H ||2011-01-22 ||2 || || ||CPU ||ceramic, metal lid. 8-bit bus interface  
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| Motorola ||[http://www.visual6502.org/images/pages/Motorola_68000.html MC68008] ||8334 || ||DIP52 ||K.H ||2011-01-22 ||2 || || ||CPU ||ceramic, metal lid. 8-bit bus interface  
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| Motorola ||MC68010 || || || ||E.S. ||2010-09-18 ||1 || || ||CPU ||  
| Motorola ||MC68010 || || || ||E.S. ||2010-09-18 ||1 || || ||CPU ||  

Revision as of 02:24, 12 April 2011

Here we list the chips in our collection, some of which are generously donated.

Detailed information and links to die shots may be found on specific chips pages linked below.

Last updated: April 11, 2011


Manufacturer Item YYWW Chip marking Pkg Donor Sent Status Transistors Polygons Group Comments
AMD 9016EPC-B 8222 JBP DIP16 2 DRAM 16kx1 bit
AMD 9511A M.T. 2010-09-21 1 MATH arithmetic processor
Apple 341-0064A (COP421) (C) Apple 1981, S-420(B) HZT DIP24 M.S. 6:Die Shots A National Semiconductor COP 421 which Apple customized for the Lisa
Atari 10444D 'TIA' 8150 TSU C010444-11D 135A002D DIP40 9:Sim Die Shots 6193 28751 VID Used in Atari 2600
Commodore 8580 SID 9011 R5 1190 25 DIP28 M.T. 6:Die Shots AUD Later edition of the famous 6581 SID
Ferranti ? DPKG, photographed and stitched ULA Acorn Electron ULA
Ferranti ? DPKG, photographed and stitched ULA Sinclair Spectrum ULA
Ferranti DSCF3404 DPKG, low-res photograph ULA Acorn Tube ULA
Fujitsu 8086 8728 DIP40 K.H 2011-01-22 2 CPU CPU, 16-bit data bus
Fujitsu 8088 8719 DIP40 K.H 2011-01-22 2 CPU CPU, 8-bit data bus
Hitachi HD6309 E.S. 2010-09-18 1 CPU Used in Tandy CoCo and Dragon. Worth doing before the 6809, as it is the superior chip that retro-enthusiasts want for their 6809 machines.
Inmos IMS C011 9801 DIP28 K.H 2011-01-22 2 I/O Transputer link adapter
Inmos IMS T225 9340 and 9836 PLCC68 K.H 2011-01-22 2 CPU Transputer, 16-bit bus
Inmos IMS T425 9320 and 9842 PLCC84 K.H 2011-01-22 2 CPU Transputer, 32-bit bus
Intel 8008 E.S. 2010-09-18 1 CPU
Intel 8271 S4491 101195-003 1977 DIP40 2 FDC Used in Acorn machine like BBC micro
Intel 8273 M.T. 2010-09-21 1 VID video interface controller
Intel 8741 7852 1978 DIP40 M.T. 2010-09-21 1 MCU 8041 microcontroller, EPROM version
Intel 80186 ???? K.H 2011-01-22 2 CPU Ceramic flip-chip with metal lid
Intel 80188 PGA K.H 2011-01-22 2 CPU Ceramic PGA with metal lid
Intel 80286 8523 K.H 2011-01-22 2 CPU Ceramic flip-chip with metal lid
Intel 8085AH-2 8501 DIP40 M.T. 2010-09-21 1 CPU
Intel 80C188XL-20 ? PLCC68 K.H 2011-01-22 2 CPU 2 pcs, one known dead. CMOS
Intel D3001 S4015 I1430041 1974 DIP40 2
Intel P8041A 1102 8201 104566-001 1977 DIP40 2 MCU microcontroller, ROM version
Intel P8080A-2 L2057569 1979 DIP40 DPKG, T5xBF-NS CPU
Intel P8085AH 9849 -1976 DIP40 2 CPU
Intel P8275 L2167191 1976 DIP40 2 VID CRTC
Microchip AY-3-1015D 8011 DIP40 2 I/O UART
Microchip AY-3-8910 8212 DIP40 K.H 2011-01-22 2 AUD sound generator VHDL models available. The sound mixer circuit was very non-linear, which made VHDL model have to use a table
Microchip SP-0256-AL2 8247 DIP28 K.H 2011-01-22 2 AUD speech synthesis chip. ROM contents available.
MOS Technology 6502 8316 1683 DIP40 9:Sim 3510 19530 CPU
MOS 6507 8151 C010745 5181 DIP28 DPKG, T5xBF-NS, T10xBF-NS CPU Used in Atari 2600
MOS 6550 7827 2778 DIP22 2 SRAM 1kx4 bit
MOS 6532 8202 C010750-12 R6532-15 8202 DIP40 DPKG, T10xBF, S10xBF, CV I/O RAM, I/O, Timer. Used in Atari 2600
MOSTEK MK3880N 8229 MK3880N DIP40 2 CPU MOSTEK Z80 2nd sourced
Motorola MC6800 8616 68A00P R7E8616 DIP40 DPKG, T5xBF-NS CPU
Motorola 68000 DPKG CPU Used in Atari ST
Motorola MC68008 8334 DIP52 K.H 2011-01-22 2 CPU ceramic, metal lid. 8-bit bus interface
Motorola MC68010 E.S. 2010-09-18 1 CPU
Motorola MC6808P 7847 4H7847 DIP40 2 CPU
Motorola MC6809 DIP40 E.S. 2010-09-18 1 CPU Internal clock
Motorola MC6821P 8149 MN8149 Korea DIP40 2 I/O
Motorola MC6846P3 7844 TV BUG DIP40 2 VID
Motorola MC6847P 8008 DIP40 N.M. 2010-09-17 2 VID Used in Tandy CoCo and Dragon, and Acorn Atom
Motorola MC6850P 7938 7938 DIP24 2 I/O
Motorola MC6854 9218 DIP28 K.H 2011-01-22 2 I/O Advanced Data Link Controller
Motorola MC68B09EP 8446 DIP40 K.H 2011-01-22 2 CPU External-clock, E and Q, 2MHz
Motorola MC68B45SP 8733 DIP40 K.H 2011-01-22 2 VID Popular video address sequencer, used in many old machines.
Motorola MCM21L14P30 8203 D8203 DIP18 2 SRAM 1kx4 bit
Motorola MCM6810P 8321 JF38321 DIP24 2 SRAM 128x8 bit. Not very worthwhile, can use modern RAM chips instead.
Nat. Semi INS 8255 8420 DIP40 K.H 2011-01-22 2 I/O popular I/O chip
Nat. Semi? 825 482305594-001/A DIP40 2
NEC D8035 DIP40 K.H 2011-01-22 2 MCU
NEC DP5380 8736 DIP40 K.H 2011-01-22 2 I/O SCSI chip
NEC upD3710 M.T. 2010-09-21 1 I/O tape drive controller
NEC uPD7220 M.T. 2010-09-21 1 VID display controller
Nintendo GameBoy 1989 A.B 2010-09-18 1
Nintendo N64 PAL CIC B.E. 1 VID
Nintendo NES CPU B.E. 1 CPU
Nintendo NES motherboard J.L, B.E. 1
Nintendo NES NTSC CIC 1 VID
Nintendo NES PAL CIC 1 VID
Nintendo NES PPU 1 VID
Nintendo SNES motherboard B.E. 1
Siemens/Intel SAB8748 7808 1978 DIP40 M.T. 2010-09-21 1 MCU 8048 microcontroller, EPROM version
Signetics SCN68681 PLCC44 K.H 2011-01-22 2 I/O 68000 compatible basic UART
SMC CRT5027 8242 8242C 4/83 DIP40 2 VID
SMC CRT9007 8330 A8330N DIP40 2 VID
Synertek 2650 7643 DIP40 K.H 2011-01-22 2 CPU CPU. Ceramic, metal lid. Obscure microprocessor
Tektronix PI U-260 160-0974-01 1981 DIP24 2
Tektronix PR U-440 160-1000-01 1981 DIP24

Status level codes

  1. Samples wanted
  2. Samples awaiting delivery
  3. Samples acquired, analysis not started
  4. Depackaged
  5. Metallised Surface photographed
  6. Metallised layer removed
  7. Silicon surface photographed
  8. Polygon capture
  9. Modelling
  10. Simulation

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