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  1. You gave me an excellent idea. I will add a 2 rows * 5 pin idc connector there with the missing signals. But after that, its up to you to find and solder the needed points inside your Atari. Thanks for your addition!
  2. 1. Yes 2. Yes it have. This will solder in the bottom of pcb, as you see the picture. Is a 2x25 pin edge connector. Near the final result is the picture below.
  3. Let's do some things clearer. 1. This production if it's finally done, will include both adapter boards for use with XE/XL Atari's for each buyer. It will sold as a full packet in the price mentioned before. 2. @freetz Is mean that you will receive one complete device built inside a plastic shell, plus the two pcb adapters needed to connect it on a Atari XE either XL series. Also I made a new thread because the previous one isn't mine, and maybe things have changed now about the interest of the members. 3. @jamm The previous version was designed also by me. In fact the first design that ever hapened for this device in one pcb was made by me in 2016. After a while time because I was not excited with the original plastic shell -was to big for my newer pcb design- I tried a new design with a more smaller pcb to fit in a small cartridge. To be this possible all the components are in smd form, and especially the ic of main ram has been converted in one component of 1MB, versus the two components of 512 KB in all the previous versions. This happen in 2017. 4. @Mathy Thank you.
  4. New in information's here. https://atariage.com/forums/topic/307420-atari-freezer-2011-declare-interest-thread/
  5. Hello to all the 8-bit community. I has take the decision to start to produce the "Turbo Freezer 2011" again. I am already with communication with Hias "the owner of this" about my intentions and have his consent to that. Pcb was designed back in 2017, and stay in my drawer all this years. My initial thought was the pcb to become at the size of a cartridge shell. Specific to fit on a colorful shell like the Atari Max. Now for some reason Steven Tucker isn't available, so it will be needed to me find some other shell and redesign the pcb to fit on this. The original adapters for XL/XE series will still exist and supplied together. So to give you the complete picture, the offer is for the sell a Atari Freezer 2011 pcb with a plastic shell, followed by the two classic adapters for use on XL and XE Atari's. Technically speaking will be a small 4 layer circuit board, for the first time with one ic of 1MB RAM versus the previous 2 x 512KB. Adapter boards will be the same as in original project, with "gold fingers" in edges. An estimated cost to make this possible is around $ 70 - $ 75 plus postage. To be this range price possible I will need to order components to construct 100 pieces. Of these, at least 80% should be distributed here. So here I would like to ask you to express your true interest in whether you need such a device and exactly how many pieces. Please post only those who really want at least one such device. The cost of production is meager for me, and I would like to know if it's worth it to embark on such a big adventure. Thank you all, Panos
  6. This was not the point of the question of AA member, but thanks for the explanation. The same explanation must given in many web sites which refered to firmware on fpga. For example these are some and if someone take a look will find enough more. https://intellijel.com/support/fpga/ http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi= Also, a very usefull controversy is shown below... https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/comp.arch.fpga/p4C2LwHoUoE
  7. Mark calls it Core... I call it firmware. At the end we meaning the same thing. Why dont try some steady previous version and stay there?
  8. Sold out Commodore Amiga 1200 with Chinon FZ-354 (Japan) floppy drive, original mouse, original psu, Indivision ACA1232 accelerator card, Indivision AGA MK2 flickerfixer, 4GB compact flash card, and DVI to DVI cable for connection with SVGA monitor. Original boxes from accelerator and flickerfixer included. Notes: 1. In Amiga have been placed new capacitors. 2. ACA1232 fitted with a 50MHz 68030 processor in a socket. This is the gold/ceramic version including MMU, with 128MBytes fast ram. 3. Compact Flash socket, with ability to import/remove the card externally of the computer. 4. PSU with new capacitors and fan mod for cooler operation. This is crucial if a accelerator is used. 5. Amiga comes ready to work, with 3.1 OS and Scalos desktop GUI installed. Also registered WHDLOAD with Igame loader, Dopus 4 and some more utilities. For sell is only the total, not parts individual. I am looking for ... euro with shipping cost included on this. Prefered method Paypal gift or bank deposit. Thank you for looking here. Photos available here
  9. 8$ per piece for an order of 100 pieces required! Also if I remeber right these have some imperfection at pin end to weld. They need some extra work I think?!
  10. I think that the users need the original SIO connector as to connect their Atari peripherals.
  11. Unfortunately no for two reasons. First I need at least 10 interested members to start making and second no more SIO male connectors available anywhere.
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