Fishy Board Date

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Fishy Board Date

I found this odd, and amusing. I suspect that someone cleaned the board, accidentally wiped off the numbers, and rewrote 79 as 74. 

 

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what revision board is it?

what revision board is it?

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dorkbert wrote:what revision
dorkbert wrote:

what revision board is it?

Rev 04 or ealrier. Canna tell w/o the owner pulling the 6502. Doesn't matter as it cannot have been made in week 45 of 1974

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I asked since earliest IIs

I asked since earliest IIs logical board had serial number instead of date code.

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dorkbert wrote:I asked since
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I asked since earliest IIs logical board had serial number instead of date code.

Oh? Then perhaps it is reasonable. 

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My observation is that logic

My observation is that logic board serial numer were in use up till end production of rev 1 boards.

They were housed in shells with non-matching serial number under 10k.

 

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It could be legitimate... see

It could be legitimate... see my registry.

 

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