DEC boards at recycler

Dave Wade dave.g4ugm at
Wed Jul 13 17:37:21 CDT 2016

M8061 is RL01/RL02 and I would like if you could ship to UK. 

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> I found various DEC (Qbus?) boards at my local tame recycler earlier.
> They're scheduled for preprocessing this evening (e.g. ceramic ICs pulled
> diverted into different pile due to higher gold content), but I may be
able to
> get them a stay of execution (as of now I've got about 2 hours in which to
> him know before I'm awol for a family event).
> Anything below strike anyone as being worth saving (vs. common as dirt
> serial interfaces etc.)? I'm not sure at the moment if I can rescue the
> M7957
> M8189
> M8192
> M8061 x 2
> M8044 x 2
> M8190
> M8043 x 2
> M7961
> M8067 x 2
> M7856
> In addition to those, a board branded Dilog CQ1610, another marked PXX-2
> with four SC44077P ics in the center, and a memory board marked 980110014
> containing 128 mmc3764 RAM ics. Also several Emulex boards which didn't
> contain anything that was obviously a part number (from memory a couple
> that were "full width" and three that were "half width") - I'm guessing
> they're probably tape controllers, but they might be hard disk.
> Working status unknown, but cosmetically they looked good. It sounds like
> the previous owner had complete machines which he split and scrapped at
> some point in the past, and this box of boards had sat around in his
> since.
> cheers
> Jules

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