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Re: Anyone assembled one of these ESS1868F clones?

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/hkzlab/ES1868_ISA8/master/ISA_ES1868.kicad_pcb ``` (module Inductor_SMD:L_0805_2012Metric_Pad1.15x1.40mm_HandSolder (layer B.Cu) (tedit 5F68FEF0) (tstamp 60E998D6) (at 304.165 150.241 90) (descr "Inductor SMD 0805 (2012 Metric), square (rectangular) end terminal, …

Re: Anyone assembled one of these ESS1868F clones?

I think there are some small surface mount components on the back of the card. I was unable to identify those. on a side note, i found my original sbpro 2.0 in a drawer the other day :D I received my boards from jlcpcb yesterday, they look like pullup/down resistors to me. On another ES1868F board …

Re: Restoring a small form factor 486

For what it's worth I have switched over to sbc systems exclusively for my retro computing, and I have yet to see a 486 sbc with L2 cache, out of about a dozen I have gathered over the years. Ah, well, no need to grieve at not having any L2 cache on my board then at least :) Can see why you did …

Re: Converted an ancient AT case to ATX, is case grounding at motherboard screw holes important?

It’ll be fine, it’s grounded through the PSU and the expansion cards anyway. Even if you were concerned, you could affix a ground strap between the chassis and one of the mounting holes. That's precisely what I'd thought as well. Seems to be plenty of grounding opportunities but it was one of those …

Converted an ancient AT case to ATX, is case grounding at motherboard screw holes important?

System uses one of Sergey Malinov's atx ISA backplanes and supports various single-board computers that I've collected over the years, as my primary MSDOS/windows 3.1 machine. Instead of tapping new screw holes or anything like that, I capped each of the existing mount studs with a plastic stud and …

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