ISA cards for free...

From: John Boffemmyer IV <>
Date: Tue Oct 23 22:31:18 2001

Cool, old ISA SCSI, from Seagate no less. I'm game =)

At 09:21 AM 10/23/01, you wrote:
>Hello all,
>Cleanout time again... I have the following ISA cards available for cost of
>postage only. These cards were part of a lot I picked up just for the two
>Compaticard II cards that were in the pile :-).
>Let me know what you want. In fairness to international and digest readers,
>if I get more offers than I have of a certain card, then I will throw names
>into a hat and pick.
>These should be fairly cheap to ship, as they all are light...
>Also, they are UNTESTED, and given to you AS-IS...
>Here we go:
>Boards from Zenith Z-150
>- CPU Board 85-2889-1 -- 8088, keyboard port, ROMs, etc
>- Disk Controller Board 85-2890-1 -- 2 WD 8250, i8272, external ports
>- Memory Board 85-2891-1 -- 5 banks of 9 4164 chips
>- Video Board 85-2945-1 -- 6845, 2732 ROM, D9 and RCA outputs
>- 8-slot backplane board 85-2964-1 -- 8 8-bit ISA slots, power connector
>Qty. 3 8-bit ISA VGA cards -- Paradise chipset, 8 MB81464-12 memory chips
>Qty. 1 8-bit ISA VGA card, renaissance chipset, 8 D41464C-10 memory chips
>Qty. 3 8-bit Seagate ISA cards, SCSI??, EPROM marked Seagate ST01/02 BIOS,
>TI CF61891FN, 50-pin header
>Qty. 1 8-bit ISA card, marked "UPS Monitoring Board, Copyright 89 APCC"
>Switch settings silkscreened on board
>Qty. 2 8-bit ISA cards, marked "ASYNC CARD 1501485APS" -- INS 8250, 25-pin
>male connector
>Qty. 1 8-bit Everex ISA card, I believe SCSI controller -- PWA-00081-0002
>EV-833, 50-pin header, 62-pin high-density connector out the back, 8085AP-2,
>8257C, 6116, 27C64, TI CF60128N, Everex custom chip
>Qty. 1 16-bit ISA SCSI card, Adaptec AHA-1542B, w/ 50-pin ribbon cable
>Qty. 1 16-bit full-length ISA SCSI card, board marked AHA-1542A, custom chip
>marked AHA-1540A -- No floppy connector, 50-pin SCSI connector, no connector
>out the back. -- 50-pin header has some bent pins.
>Qty. 4 8-bit 3/4 length ISA floppy controller -- 37-pin D connector out the
>back, 34-pin edge connector along the front edge of the card. No obvious
>manufacturer's markings. Three have the i8272 chip, one has an NEC 765.
>Qty. 6 8-bit 1/2 length ISA floppy controller card. One uses the NEC 765,
>Two use the Zilog Z0765A08PSC, and three use the i8272. All have no
>connector out the back, and a 34-pin edge connector along the front edge of
>the card. One is marked "Kouwell KF-503C"
>"They that can give up essential liberty
>to obtain a little temporary safety deserve
>neither liberty nor safety." -- Ben Franklin

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