On 03/29/2015 12:16 AM, Josh Dersch wrote:
Hey all --
Last summer I picked up a Ridge 32/330 that became available
locally. This is a fairly obscure early RISC machine intended to be
a competitor to the VAX, it uses a 32-bit CPU at 12.5Mhz built from
discrete components (spanning three large PCBs). Mine's outfitted
with 8mb of ECC memory, Pertec, SMD and SCSI QIC controllers, and
You can see some pictures of this beast at:
WOW, this is something like what I was trying to build in about 1982.
But, trying to do this all by myself, I kind of got bogged down.
Wow, that is seriously cool! Sounds like something you need to finish
up one of these days :).