Dive into nostalgia with our Commodore 64 replica main board, the 250407 revision with Artwork 251137. This isn’t just a replica; it’s art. Showcasing a rich FR4 Black Core substrate highlighted by a transparent solder mask, it elegantly reveals the details beneath. Finished with ENIG for durability and a golden touch, this lead-free, RoHS-compliant piece is both a tribute to the past and a nod to modern design. Explore its craftsmanship on our project page. Secure a blend of history and contemporary artistry.
Step back in time and relive the iconic era of computing with our meticulously crafted Commodore 64 replica main board. Introducing the 250407 revision, adorned with Artwork 251137.
This is not just any replica – it’s a captivating work of art. Dive deep into its rich FR4 Black Core substrate, elegantly set off by a transparent solder mask that unveils the intricacies beneath.
The board’s finish isn’t merely for show. Utilizing the renowned ENIG (Electroless Nickel Immersion Gold) finishing process, it promises a sleek, flat surface that assures longevity and durability. Beyond the radiant golden solder pads, this finish stands proud as lead-free and RoHS compliant, upholding both safety and environmental standards.
We’ve poured our heart into ensuring every detail resonates authenticity. From the subtlest nuances to the defined curves, our replica mirrors the original with unmatched precision. To journey into the meticulous craftsmanship behind this creation, please visit our project page.
Grasp this opportunity to own a harmonious blend of history and modern design, gracefully reenvisioned.
What else do I need?
Assuming you’re adding on everything that is on the product page, you’ll still need the following:
U1, U2 – 6526 CIA – eBay
U7 – 6510 CPU – eBay
U19 – 6567 VIC II – eBay
All Ceramic Capacitors – Mouser
L2 Coil Inductor 2.2uH – Mouser
L5 Coil Inductor 1.2uH – Mouser
L4 Choke Coil (SU10VD-10010) 10uH AC Line Filter – Mouser
M1 Modulator – eBay
F1 Fuse, Normal Blo, 250V, 1.5A – Mouser
Last but not least, you’ll need a case. You can sometimes find these for sale on eBay but if you’re looking for something brand new, then you should check out the cases at icomp.de.