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Hoping someone can help identify this


it was in a collection of 1050 spare parts i recently acquired.

one board had ICs removed that are usually consistent with a drive upgrade

and this was a "loose" addition but the pins (although thicker than those on most upgrades) do line up with the vacant slot


there's no discernible markings or id of any kind.



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Whoever designed that was an evil sod, totally the wrong gear for the job, as said it will work but the brute force alone will knacker the socket. Wonder why they chose wire wrap pins rather than a traditional cheap chip socket.


For me it sort of reminds me of the Lazer (happy clone) I had but its sooooooooo long ago...

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