6502 0277 Date code on Ebay.

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6502 0277 Date code on Ebay.

I'm selling a early white 6502 cpu, date code of 0277.

Should be period correct for a Apple 1 Replica.

 

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Thanks for looking.

 

Later,

dabone

 

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Wrong package for an Apple-1

Wrong package for an Apple-1

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Wrong package because of the

Wrong package because of the holes? 

The tape across it certainly be removed.

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yes, the 6502 with the holes

yes, the 6502 with the holes was never used on an Apple-1.  There were two MOS packges and one Synertek package used, none had holes.

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Did the NTI boards ship with

Did the NTI boards ship with ceramic packaged IC's at all? Alot of the registry boards have plastic 6502's. I have read at least one place that the plastic packaged 6052 was changed into a ceramic one.

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Yes, NTI boards had CPUs with ceramic packaging

Yes, most NTI boards also shipped with ceramic 6502 CPUs. The ones you see with plastic packaging were either swapped or boards that were never populated when assembled and were populated later. My Apple-1 has a Synertek 6502 with ceramic packaging.

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Did the NTI boards ship with ceramic packaged IC's at all? Alot of the registry boards have plastic 6502's. I have read at least one place that the plastic packaged 6052 was changed into a ceramic one.

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Some of the very very early

Some of the very very early Apple II systems used a white Synertek, so odds are if the NTI board was populated by Apple when they were just about to start or already started Apple II production it had a ceramic Synertek.  The MOS had one package with the ROR bug used with the pre-NTI boards that was wider and the NTI generally used the "spider legs" 6502. 

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