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Does anyone have any info on this chip?
is this anon still around?
>>https://warosu.org/diy/thread/690765#p696554

>> No.1510272

>>1510270
or any info on the YM2610B ?
can the cpu write on its memory ?

>> No.1510281
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1510281

>>1510270
>no one
selfbump

>> No.1510293

I like s100 computers, so I'll give you a bump.
This website has been a great help to me

http://www.s100computers.com/

>> No.1510296

>>1510293
>I like s100 computers,

why

"He then looked for an inexpensive source of connectors, and he came across a supply of military surplus 100-pin edge connectors. The 100-pin bus was created by an anonymous draftsman, who selected the connector from a parts catalog and arbitrarily assigned signal names to groups of connector pins.[2]"

>> No.1510336

>>1510270
>>1510272
>>1510281
There is literally a Wikipedia page for it, you lazy cunt.

>> No.1510342

>>1510336
the wiki doesn't show how the dram is connected though

>> No.1510344

>>1510336
>There is literally a Wikipedia page for it
>YM2610B
fucking kek
there is literally O data for the chip

>> No.1510345

>>1510344
>O
0

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>>1510270
>Does anyone have any info on this chip?

http://nemesis.hacking-cult.org/MegaDrive/Documentation/YM2608J%20Translated.PDF

>> No.1510389

>>1510351
ok right, i was looking for a schematic to see how to connect the dram

>> No.1510449

>>1510293
that yamaha thing is wayyyy newer(80s or 90s) than s100 stuff (70s).

>> No.1511258

>>1510270
>>1510272
what even is this thing?

>> No.1511272

>>1511258
Antique sound chip.

>> No.1511543

For practical info you might want to pop over to https://anycpu.org/ where many of the regulars had a long professional career working on 8-bit chips.

Those were the days, my friend.

>> No.1512399

Ay38910 MASTER RACE!

Sn76488n honorable mention.

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