Adriaan wrote on 2022-01-02, 15:02:
PC@LIVE wrote on 2022-01-02, 13:19:
Hi, for me they would be interesting, I have no idea of the cost for shipping to Italy, but if it doesn't cost much for me it […]
Adriaan wrote on 2022-01-02, 12:00:
Hi All, […]
Maybe I can make someone happy with an original 1978 processor?
I found in my old stack two processors and you can get them for free, just pay the post costs.
They are an Intel '78 8086-2 and an Intel '78 P8088.
Just let me know...processors.jpg
Adriaan wrote on 2022-01-02, 12:04:
Also found an AY-3-9810 sound chip.
Also for free...
Hi, for me they would be interesting, I have no idea of the cost for shipping to Italy, but if it doesn't cost much for me it could be done.
If you prefer you can send me a private message.
If the combined weight is 100grams or less it will be about 5 euro to send this to Italy
Ok thanks for the info.
I don't know if the three chips plus one package weigh more than 100g.
If this were the case and therefore the cost would be around € 5, it would be fine for me.
You should do a test, put a rectangle of polystyrene under the chips, and try to weigh them, if they are under 100g it should be ok, then add the weight of the bag to that.
I think that in this way it is not necessary to wrap them, the only thing that perhaps would be useful is an antistatic bag, put them inside and close it to prevent them from coming out.
I usually go back online in the evening, if you prefer you can also reply here, or send me a private message.
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