On 21/09/2016 15:15, Paul Koning wrote:
On Sep 21, 2016, at 1:35 AM, Scott Baker <scott.l.ba...@gmail.com>
It says "FOR F-11" and that seems plausible judging by the label on
the box (KEF-11) shown in one of the photos. That would make it a
floating point option. I don't know if that matches the chips and
whether all the right pieces are present, though.
The top two in the first picture are a pair of KEF11-AA floating point
microcode options for an F-11 CPU. One of those would go in either an
M8186 KDF11-A (11/23), an M8189 KDF11-B (11/23plus or microPDP-11/23) or
an M7133 KDF11-U (11/24).
The third chip is a KTF11-AA memory management unit, for any of the above.
You sometimes find a KTF11 with a KEF11 because you need the MMU to use
the floating point, as the FP microcode uses some of the MMU registers.