DEC MM15 core mem found
RichA at LivingComputerMuseum.org
Wed Dec 9 14:32:15 CST 2015
From: Pontus Pihlgren
Sent: Tuesday, December 08, 2015 11:52 PM
> On Tue, Dec 08, 2015 at 09:42:27PM +0000, Rich Alderson wrote:
>> Flip Chip technology was invented for the PDP-7, after the failure of
>> the large System Modules used in the PDP-6.
> What where the failure(s) with System Modules in the PDP-6? cost?
Soldered edge connectors on 2 sides of the board. In order to remove or
repair a board in the middle of a module (say, a bit in an accumulator),
you had to carefully unsolder all the connections to boards next to it and
move the wiring out of the way.
>> If you'd like to visit the museum, I'll happily show you the internals of
>> a running PDP-7. :-)
> Oh yes! If/when I cross the atlantic you will have to show me internals
> of _everything_. Can you buy a five-day pass? :-)
Annual memberships are available. I'll send you costs of 1 day vs.
membership privately, or you can look them up on our site under the
"Visit Us" and "Get Involved" tabs on the home page.
Vintage Computing Sr. Systems Engineer
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