*>> The boards appear to be the following in the photos:>> M8186
KDF11-A 11/23 CPU>> ????? 256KB parity RAM>> ????? DSD disk
interface for the DSD-440?>> ????? bus grant card?>> M8028 DLV11-F
Async interface>> M8012 BDV11 Bus terminator, bootstrap and
diagnostic ROMs>> M8016 KPV11 Power fail, realtime clock,
????? 256KB parity RAM >> Yes, the board was made by National
Semiconductor Memory Systems but is has TI RAMs on it
????? DSD disk interface for the DSD-440? >> Yes :)
????? bus grant card? >> Yes :)
>> In some of the photos the M8012 BDV11 is installed upside down. Make >>
sure you don't power it on that way.
I noticed that :P
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> From: Scott Baker <scott.l.ba...@gmail.com>
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> Subject: PDP-11/23 system for sale in Portland Oregon
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> Pictures can be found here: http://sierracircuitdesign.
> The system is located in Portland, Oregon. Local pick-up is preferred.
> Not sure if it still works. I have not tried to turn it on in years.
> I do not have any software of floppies for it.
> I'm not sure what it's worth. If you are interested in it, make me an
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