In my retro chips box I have a lot of chips. Many were donated by Lez Anderson. I keep a few as spares for my retro computers, and little projects, but I have far more than I can ever use. I'd rather they got used for something, than sit unused.
If you need any of these for some retro project, spares or repair, email me, and I still have them, I'll send to you.
|Zilog Z80 CTC||4||Counter-Timer-Chip|
|R65C02||6||CPU, CMOS variant of 6502|
|AMD AM9511||4||Arithmetic Processor|
|Hitachi HM628128||6||128KB SRAM|
|TI TMS9918A||2||Video Display Processor, NTSC|
|General Instrument AY-3-8910||6||Programmable sound generator|
|Yamaha YM2149F||4||Programmable sound generator (rebranded 8910)|
|Toshiba TMP82C55||2||Programmable peripheral interface|
|Intersil 82C55AC||7||Programmable peripheral interface|
|Hitachi HD63C09||6||Improved 6809 replacement|
|Hitachi HD64180||2||Hitach Z80 based embedded CPU with MMU|
|Microchip AT89C51||5||8 bit microcontroller with 4KB flash|
|Maxim MAX232EPE||3||RS232 Drivers/Receivers|
|National Semiconductor LM1889N||3||TV modulator|
|TI SN76489AN||1||Sound chip|
|Maxim DS1307||3||Serial Real-Time Clock|
|Dallas DS12887||4||Real-Time clocks|
I may have other retro chips I don't need too.