[rescue] huge DEC rescue in TX?

Wai-Sun Chia waisun.chia at hp.com
Thu Feb 3 21:56:58 CST 2005

Jonathan C. Patschke wrote:
> On Thu, 3 Feb 2005, Wai-Sun Chia wrote:
>>> That's funny.  There are quite a lot of socketed chips on mine.
> Well, again, it depends on the model.  The CPUs in the 11/23, 11/73, and
> 11/53 are socketed.  They're large DIPs, though, instead of PGAs.

Hmm..don't have those "modern" ones..
All I have for complete systems are the 11/03, 11/04 and 11/05 (notice 
the trend here.. :-)

> Very true.  It's a shame that it's so impractical (to the point of being
> impossible) at higher clock rates.  You really can't hack on modern
> machines like you can on older stuff like that.  I mean, I'm going to
> extend my 11/23's bus from 18-bits to 22-bits sometime in the future.
> That's a very foreign concept in the microcomputer world.

So you're running a KDF11-A on a BA11-N?



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