1591RE: [Altair Computer Club] Re: 8800 on eBay
- Aug 15 2:48 PMI can second that the card guides are from Processor Tech. I pulled a
ProcTech motherboard out of one of my systems and it had those same guides.
The motherboard is actually for sale on the VCGM at the moment. I'll throw
in the guides if anyone buys it and mentions them.
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[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Dan Roganti
Sent: Friday, August 15, 2008 11:31 AM
Subject: Re: [Altair Computer Club] Re: 8800 on eBay
I've seen the same card guides in the ALTAIR at the March Museum in the
InfoAge Science Center. We were working with this several months ago
together with the owner who donated it to the museum. He said it was a
retrofit kit that was made back then by Processor Tech. It bought that
along with their VDM-1 video card which was also included in the donation.
> Among the 9 or 10 boards, I can only identify a MITS 2SIO, CPU-A, andIt does appear to be several 3rd party cards in there, judging from the
> 2K PROM (PMC).
pcb style and parts. It's hard to distinguish which kind from looking at
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